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China’s coronavirus status app shuts many citizens out of society, but there are ways to bridge digital divide
There needs to be a complementary system for people who have poor digital skills or no Internet access, say experts. Uneven tech distribution echoes gaps in age, wealth and education and, if not rectified, may lock many out of Chinese public life.
Forced apart by the coronavirus pandemic, South-East Asian leaders linked up by video on April 14 to plot a strategy to overcome a crisis that has threatened their economies and kept millions of people in their homes under lockdowns.
Hundreds of keyword combinations blocked on the social media app, Canada-based researchers find. Blacklisted terms change over time and include uncontroversial references to Chinese leaders.
Behind the Great Firewall, the Chinese version of TikTok is worlds apart in terms of political content
Short video app TikTok could loom large in the US 2020 election, with hashtags related to presidential candidates trending on the platform. On Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, political content from users is virtually non-existent while government agencies upload thousands of videos.
Smart robotic arms that can put butter on your toast? Shenzhen startup Yuejiang Technology is working on it
Founded in 2015, the company started as a project at the American crowdfunding platform Kickstarter.
A race for global supremacy in the tech sector is at the centre of the fraught trade war negotiations between the United States and China.
Medieval drama is known for its X-rated content, but audiences in China are unlikely to see much sex or violence. Scenes of nudity and swearing were cut from earlier instalments of the hit HBO series, which is broadcast by Tencent Video in China.
Ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing, online food delivery platform Meituan Dianping as well as streaming services like Huya, Douyu and Kuaishou are facing challenges.
The European Union is considering proposals that would effectively amount to a de-facto ban on Huawei Technologies Co equipment for next-generation mobile networks, four senior EU officials said, adding to mounting international pressure on the world’s largest maker of telecom gear.
Propaganda chief tells opening of World Internet Conference each country should choose its own internet ‘governance model’.