China's leading search engine is said to have developed a personal web browser currently being tested internally. This development may put Baidu in competition with Microsoft and Google in the future.From Bloomberg News: The...
by Elena Favilli | Oct 23, 2005
From The Telegraph Online: Two new Internet bans may offer insight into the Chinese government’s biggest fears. One bars Internet news services from inciting “illegal” assemblies, marches and demonstrations; the other prohibits activities on behalf of “illegal” civil groups. Together, they evince the communist regime’s concerns over growing civil unrest – and particularly technology’s role […]
by Sachi Fujimori | Mar 9, 2005
From BBC NEWS: A demo placed on the internet has triggered the initial success of one of China’s first hip-hop groups, Hi-Bomb. Hi-Bomb – composed of Lionel “Little Lion” and Shang Hao – rap in English, Mandarin and the Shanghainese dialect. Their success was triggered by Lionel placing a demo on the web – which […]