Rod Beckstrom, president and CEO of ICANN, visited China this week.
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Based in Beijing, ZDNet bloggers report on ICT industry developments from the Chinese perspective.
<p> <a href="http://www.zdnet.com.cn/"><b>ZDNet China</b></a> is run by Ken Gao, Editor-in-Chief of ZDNet China and his editing group, whose members have an average of 10-year-plus working experience in this field.It aims both at providing a China's perspective for the International IT events and offering an international perspective to Chinese IT companies.</p> <p> Found in 1997, ZDNet China is one of the earliest IT websites in China. Currently, ZDNET China covers a range of topics, including technique and application of cloud computing, innovative internet business modes, management and strategies of multi-national companies, and neotechnology such as low-carbon and new energy.
Legend Holdings isn't the only Chinese IT company to step into the field of agriculture: One web portal is putting its money into pig-rearing, while an e-commerce giant invests in growing rice to sell online.
Will cloud computing, a topic frequently referred to in all kinds of conferences, be applied by CIOs in their corporations soon? Will cloud computing affect CIOs in a good or bad way?
In September 1997, Microsoft's brave launch of a new-generation Internet Explorer 4.0 dragged by then browser tycoon Netscape-which had boasted 2/3 of market share-into war. Eventually, Netscape met its doom's day and Internet Explorer survived as the winner.
Last month, a group of global IT players and investigators gathered in Singapore to discuss PC maker HP's cloud strategies in the Asia-Pacific Region.
China’s group-buying websites, struggling to turn profits, have reduced their staffs and branches to curtail costs.
Lenovo becomes the No.2 PC firm in global market share. Dell, which used to be No. 2, says it doesn’t care -- because it's a solution provider rather than a pure PC firm.
While the United States and Japan remain the most significant powers in the global IT R&D investment, China spending on R&D is rising sharply.
Google China vice president John Liu said that Google China revenues are steadily growing quarter on quarter. Google has never really left the Chinese market.
How could a niche player have edged its way onto the top place in less than four years, leaving behind the two forerunners and online B2C giants--Dangdang and Joyo, both with a ten-year claim on the turf? The answer is low price.
The battle between Alibaba and Baidu projects a vivid picture of the fierce competitions in China's internet industry.
This new blog, written by the Beijing-based ZDNet China editorial team, will report on IT industry development from the Chinese perspective.