China had 772 million netizens by the end of 2017, with a penetration rate of 55.8 percent, and 40.74 million more than the number in the previous year, Beijing News reported citing a report released by the Internet Society of China.
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As I have tried to both persuade and coach corporate and NGO sustainability leaders of the beauty of social media engagement these past few years, a simple five-phase theory has emerged.
Fewer people are using Facebook to discover and discuss news, as messaging apps such as WhatsApp gain in popularity, a study has suggested.
In former mining towns across northern England and Wales, the scars from the collapse of the U.K. mining industry in the 1980s are still visible.
On Toronto's Eastern waterfront, a new digital city is being built by Sidewalk Labs - a firm owned by Google's parent Alphabet.
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Innovation is underway to rethink one of the biggest headaches we face on a daily basis: getting to work.
Amazon says it does not eavesdrop on customers' conversations to target advertising at them, after it emerged it had patented "voice-sniffing" tech.
Fewer people's jobs are likely to be destroyed by artificial intelligence and robots than has been suggested by a much-cited study, an OECD report says.
Researchers in Australia say they have traced the country's indigenous languages back to a single, common tongue.