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Here is a podcast of W3C President Tim Berners-Lee's press conference at the WWW2008 conference in Beijing.
I'm now sitting in the opening keynote of the 17th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2008) here in Beijing, adjacent to the newly opened Olympic Stadium.
A panel of social media experts believe that in 2020, social media will be far more pervasive, interlinked, and location-aware than they are now. Here are my comments as published on Twitter, with some comments following.
It's a tough nut to crack, but the system being worked up by Google researchers aims to sort out images by means of visual cues rather than by associated text.
A trio of mobile companies including two global giants will collaborate to find more ways to profit from and develop mobile phone-based internet use, the Financial Times reported.
William Chang, chief scientist at China's leading search engine, said it's natural for Chinese to use Baidu's encyclopedia rather than the foreign Wikipedia.
This year's big international web conference is in Beijing next month, and hundreds of innovators from around the world will see the Chinese internet first hand.