China’s population of Internet users, already the world’s biggest, has risen to 538 million, driven by rapid growth in wireless Web surfing.
The World Bank says mobile use in developing economies surpasses that of richer nations, with usage geared toward education and development than entertainment.
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Chinese authorities have blocked access to search terms related to the 23rd anniversary of the 1989 crackdown against protesters at Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.
Tablets will outpace smartphones in web access by 2013, and will comprise 10% of all web traffic by 2014, says Adobe.
Liberal Beijing think tank website has been closed for days, though its web administrator says it was for technical reasons.
China’s efforts to stifle dissent by controlling what people say online are doomed to fail, renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has said.
China is ordering pro-Maoist websites to delete sensitive content after a once high-flying government official who promoted Mao Zedong-era songs and stories was fired.