A behind-the-scenes look at a Chinese "Shanzhai" market, where you can get an iPhone in any colour or shape and with features Apple doesn't offer. But what are the drawbacks of these unofficial phones?
Our erstwhile Shanghai correspondent Brendon Chase wanders into a Shanghai tech market to sort the fake from the real and to see how the fake iPhones stack up to the real thing.
Wait, is that a Samsung Galaxy Note on display at the PC Show in Singapore? Nope, it's China-based Ainol's Android phone, appropriately called the Android.
If the pictures are to be believed it looks like Nokia plans to back up the success of the 5800 XpressMusic with a new music touchscreen, this time with more disco ball-like sparkly bits.
If it wasn’t for the glitchy software and sub-standard battery life, the fake iPod Nano might have been almost as good as the real thing.
Typical price: $30.00