As many of you know (if you haven't heard), china is pretty restrictive on their internet world. Not really that strict, just most of the sites I use, like youtube, facebook, are blocked in china. I plan to visit china soon, and I really want to download an app that can bypass china's censored internet (or proxy, etc).
Google Says Its Internet Search Partially Blocked in China
Google Inc.’s Web search service has been partially blocked in China, according to the company’s latest daily accessibility report for the country.
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A news report in Forbes says that China has blocked Google with its great firewall, now the world waits to see if Australia’s Minister for Censorship, Senator Stephen Conroy, will do the same following his outrageous attacks on Google.
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The long-anticipated release of Kindle devices in China may finally become a reality. On Wednesday, the Kindle iPhone and iPad apps launched in the Chinese App Store; the Android version is also available for download. Meanwhile, Amazon China’s Kindle bookstore is now stocked with about 22,500 Chinese language titles.
I'm currently traveling in China and discovered that most of the Google services are blocked here due to the Great Chinese Firewall. Although I can live without most of them for now, I'd like to proceed with Android development that I was doing lately. I use Android Studio and need to download some additional packages from the SDK.
We have a website which targets customers in China, both expat and local Chinese. We have an ICP license which allows us to host in a datacenter inside China. Internet in China is actually as fast as anywhere else (faster than most places actually), so long as the content is served-up within the boundaries of the Great-Firewall.
China Mobile has finally signed a deal to offer Apple iPhones on its network, an agreement that took years to reach, reports the Wall Street Journal. China Mobile is the world’s largest mobile carrier, with more than 700 million subscribers, and is the last of China’s three major carriers to offer the iPhone. We have emailed Apple and China Mobile for more information.