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22 Mar/10

Google China Service Availability

Google China Service Availability

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Google today announced that they stopped censoring Google services in China, something that many Internet users did not believe they would be doing even though they made it very clear that it was a possibility. As of today Google Search, Google News and Google Images search are delivering censor free search results to Chinese people. The google.cn domain has been redirected to google.com.hk, the Google Search engine of Hong Kong....

13 Gen/10

Google dichiara guerra alla Cina: stop alla censura

Google dichiara guerra alla Cina: stop alla censura

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Lo scenario che vede protagonisti Google, il più importante motore di ricerca al mondo e la Cina, maggiore mercato planetario in termini di utenti che accedono alla Rete è, sollo in apparenza, di facile ed immediata interpretazione. Il colosso di Mountain View aveva fino ad oggi accettato, più o meno di buon grado, di sottostare alle restrittive norme imposte dal governo di Pechino in materia di Web, cosa...

13 Gen/10

Google Versus China, According to Twitter

Google Versus China, According to Twitter

Google says it’s taking “a new approach to China” and will stop censoring search results there, even if it means they have to shut down Google.cn and their China offices. The announcement is a huge deal, and it set off some fantastic insta-commentary from tech writers on Twitter. My favorite, shown above, is courtesy of Joel Johnson. More inside. Most people’s reactions were emotional, proud, celebratory: Others dug deeper or cracked jokes. From a friend who...


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13 Gen/10

“But Is There Internet on a Submarine…?”

“But Is There Internet on a Submarine…?”

Apparently the U.S. Navy is on the social media bandwagon, because this Friday they’re taking a gaggle of San Diego tech bloggers–myself included–out for a day trip on a Los Angeles class nuclear submarine. This thing is the length of a frakkin’ football field, descends between 650-950 feet under the sea, and comes equipped with a few Tomahawk cruise missiles. The nerd in me is very excited about seeing a sub in action, the claustrophobe in me is terrified, the...

25 Nov/09

China Is About To Cause An Android Flood

China Is About To Cause An Android Flood

If there’s a good piece of technology doing its rounds around the world, you can rest assured that small, unknown Chinese companies are likely to try their hands at it. It happened with the iPod, the iPhone and now it is time it happened to Android. No. I am not talking about some freak phone that looks like an iPhone but runs Android. I am talking about actual Android phones that are about to burst forth from Shenzhen, China. According to a news article on ce.cn, local manufacturers...

29 Feb/08

iPhone: nuovo clone cinese; il migliore di tutti?

iPhone: nuovo clone cinese; il migliore di tutti?

Prosegue senza sosta, da parte degli emergenti produttori di tecnologia cinesi, l'opera di clonazione dei più gettonati articoli hi-tech in vendita in Occidente; in cima alla lista, ovviamente, iPhone. L'ultima creazione made in China in tal senso è DaXian X999, che si propone come la più riuscita imitazione del melafonino finora realizzata. Schermo QVGA touchscreen, dual camera da 2MPixel e sensori di prossimità sono alcune delle caratteristiche.   ...