The iPad has been selling at a furious pace around the world and its official release in China means one thing is certain: you’re about to see these devices all over the place in China’s major cities.
Even though it was only announced a few days ago, Apple’s iPad already has me thinking about how app developers will use the large, high resolution display to make learning Chinese easier than ever before.
After spending untold billions earning its significant search market share, Google has had enough and is preparing to pull out of the largest Internet market in the world.
Several days after comparing the options and publishing a guide on how to get unrestricted internet access in China, I got an e-mail from Astrill, who offers a VPN service offering unlimited internet access. I take a look at Astrill and compare it to Freedur, which it bears a strong resemblance to.
Apple’s Character Palette is great for finding problematic characters that can’t be located by Pinyin, and if you’re on a Mac, you don’t even have to download anything! Read about how it works in this post.