A British woman passionately needs her 12-year-old dachshund, Winnie, to be copied. So she wins a competition and a Korean company clones Winnie for free.
Developers complain that games with the word "flappy" in the title are being rejected from the two app stores.
What's the next best thing to a real iPhone 5C? Japan's Iosys believes it's an iPhone 5C look-alike running Android.
CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains in this edition of Ask Maggie why those too-good-to-be-true deals on cheap smartphones from China should be avoided.
Flappy Bird is gone from app stores, replaced by a mountain of copycats, including at least a few from some pretty big names.
Save the clones
This week, it's all about vinyl records, action cams, and of course, robots.
Tokyo paves the way for creepily realistic clone dolls, Apple innovates in headphone design, and Gummi bears make your ears smell.
Jordan's King Abdullah wants to build a 1.5 billion dollar haven for Trekkers and artist Chris Burden creates a 30-foot tall dream city filled with racing Matchbox cars. Also, Tokyo paves the way for creepily realistic clone dolls, Apple innovates on headphone design, and Gummi bears make your ears smell.
The Duet W002 can take two SIM cards, but it's nothing more than a poorly conceived iPhone imitation.