Google chairman Eric Schmidt's glimpse of the Web being used at a top university in Pyongyang makes him part of a tiny elite that has seen the Internet in North Korea.
A private delegation including Google's Eric Schmidt is urging North Korea to allow more open Internet access and cellphones to benefit its citizens, the mission's leader said Wednesday in the country with some of the world's tightest controls on information.
Students at North Korea's premier university showed Google's executive chairman how they look for information online: They Google it.
Students at North Korea's premier university showed Google's executive chairman Tuesday how they look for information online: they Google it.
As his right hand grips the mouse, the physics major's eyes are fixed on a flat-screen monitor labeled with a red sticker reminding him the computer was a gift from Kim Jong Il.
Comrade Gadhafi: You have my undying support in your struggle with the American devils and their lapdogs. May you live ten thousand years to pay them back for their cowardly hypocrisy. However, it pains me to say this, but if you had followed my example, you would not be in such dire straits.