The Google advertising has now declared its real purpose in the month of March, to move its Chinese language Internet Research Operation to Hong Kong. The action will take place with the hope of getting a bypass to all censorship laws for the companies that are generally being operated in mainland China. But the Chinese had a fight with their own government, as a result of which the government never intended to have a pleasing ending. Thus, on the late Monday night, Google has now announced that the China will not at all renew its entire Internet Content Provider License. A chief approval is already scheduled to expire on Wednesday unless and until Google stops the whole redirecting.
YouTube is considered to be the most famous site offering video services and free streaming. With the millions and millions of viewers visiting the said site, YouTube can’t just get enough of all the attention and plans to improve it more for the users. This is actually what the rumored YouTube Leanback is all about.
Social media networking sites have been pretty famous since the start of the technology era. And, one of the earliest networking sites is MySpace. Though with the existence of Facebook, Twitter and other famous sites MySpace has ranked low in the list. However, it is said that the networking site still holds a strong root. Moreover, MySpace is said to be struggling and trying its best to stand upto the test of time and competition between the networking sites. But will the decision of making MySpace Music be offered for subscription a good step in the competition?
If you are looking for information of basically everything and anything under and over the sun, what do you actually do? Where do you actually go in the web for research? Wikipedia is technically and basically the most famous and most used website for gathering information on a certain topic at hand.