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Panellists at the World Internet Conference discussed the development of a distinctly Chinese online culture in a censored environment. China is home to the world’s largest online community, but the government imposes strict controls on users.
Google and Facebook stay away but smaller US firms scout for business at China’s World Internet Conference
Some American hardware providers attend state-backed event along with Chinese entrepreneurs Jack Ma and Robin Li. Honeywell, Qualcomm, Intel, and Cisco Systems, as well as software and cloud services provider Microsoft attend event also known as the Wuzhen Summit.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg defended the huge social network's policy of refraining from fact-checking politicians.
Drones and satellites used to boost Ethiopia’s agricultural exports and improve food security in a nation once synonymous with famine.
Traditional members of Indonesia’s Baduy tribe shun footwear and live in woven bamboo houses without electricity, harvesting honey from natural beehives and weaving intricate traditional fabrics by hand. Some younger members then sell the stuff on Instagram.
Tencent Holdings Ltd’s Call Of Duty Mobile has attracted 20 million gamers within the first two days of its worldwide debut, a big boost for the company’s ambition of adapting top-tier titles with global name recognition for smartphones.
Beijing recommends right to control Internet and tech for ‘social stability’, and make cyberspace a branch of sovereignty. Growing influence could help it shape international cybersecurity rules alongside countries that favour free, open cyberspace.
Google's plan to establish a new immersive media format on YouTube and beyond has hit a roadblock: VR180, the stereoscopic video format that Google launched with big fanfare in 2017, has lost some of its key supporters, Variety has learned.
The inquiry showed that the US continues to have its own issues with surveillance and cybersecurity
Chinese manufacturer Byton is presenting its first vehicle, the fully electric M-Byte SUV, at the Frankfurt Motor Show through Sept 22.