China's top 10 Web sites have agreed not to pirate video clips of the Olympic games.
The International Olympic Committee is launching its own VOD channel for the games in cooperation with YouTube.
Aside from air pollution, the one issue that has occupied the final days before the Beijing Olympics is Internet censorship.
IOC President Jacques Rogge denies a deal with Beijing Olympic officials to permit censorship of the Internet during the games.
Martial arts actor Jet Li called upon people around the world to use the Internet to support the causes that are important to them, he said Saturday.
Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son has set a goal to become the world's largest mobile Internet company.
Alibaba.com Group CEO Jack Ma said Saturday that no matter what happened with major shareholder Yahoo, the company would retain its independence.
A press freedom organization is planning to stage a virtual protest just before the Olympic opening ceremonies.
China brushed off accusations that authorities are forcing foreign hotel chains to install Internet eavesdropping devices...
UPDATE: The IOC admitted Wednesday that it had made a deal with Chinese officials to accept censorship of the Internet during the Beijing Olympic Games.
Google is planning to start a venture-capital arm, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
ournalists connecting to the Internet at the Beijing International Media Center are discovering China is still blocking access to some Web sites.
Senator Sam Brownback said Tuesday that China is forcing hotels foreign-owned hotels to install eavesdropping equipment ahead...
New search engine Cuil seems to be off to a rocky start, associating some unrelated logos and photos with other content.
China Telecom will pay US$6.41 billion for China Unicom's CDMA business.