New Earlier this year, Tencent-owned WeChat, a mobile messaging app with more than 300 million users, came under fire for censoring ‘sensitive’ topics that its users were discussing. Now, Line, a rival app developed in Japan which has 150 million users, is the next in line to pal up to the...
Last week in Asia: China censors Tiananmen and tightens online controls, GREE buys Korean firm and more
Welcome to the latest Last Week in Asia round-up, our selection of the key stories and developments from across Asia’s growing technology and Internet spaces. China Top story: China’s Sina Weibo disables emoticons, quietens microbloggers on Tiananmen Square anniversary The Tiananmen Square massacre is one of the most controversial events in the history of...
In a post that went up a few minutes ago on its official "Inside Search" blog, Google offers some fascinating tips on "improving our user experience" for people inside mainland China. As a background reminder: after its showdown with the Chinese government two years ago, Google moved its Chinese search...
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?