The Chinese government is once again trying to get its citizens to only use their real names online. After a similar law failed to have a noticeable effect earlier, the authorities are trying again.
Hands-on with the Microsoft Surface Book and Surface Pro 4
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Hands-on: Lumia 950, 950 XL, 550 and the Continuum Dock
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Here's the recap for Microsoft's Windows 10 Devices event in NYC
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Less than a month after Gmail was banned in China, Microsoft's Outlook email service has found itself under attack with users unable to access the company's servers.
South Korea has been found to be controlling its internet more than you might realise, ensuring you don't say anything that could be inflammatory towards the government.
It seems that the United States has been trying to find ways to get current news through the censors of various countries including China, and according to Fox News they have been successful with a...