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Monday, September 23, 2002
IT Click

A person takes picture of a cup and saucer with a new Nokia 3650 mobile phone in Helsinki. Nokia, the world's largest mobile phone maker, unveiled two new colour screen handsets for youth and predicted they will help boost the sluggish mobile phone market. 

Sony's futuristic concept personal computer server "VAIO Content Egg" is displayed at Sony Dream World 2002 in Yokohama, south of Tokyo. The server is designed to store entertainment files. 

A Chinese Internet user browses for information on the popular search engine Google in Beijing. China has restored access to Google, but is still blocking the Internet users from content it deems politically taboo as part of a media crackdown ahead of November's pivotal Communist Party congress. 

Chinese students enjoy a computer lesson at the 5th Zhongguancun IT Festival & Exhibition in Beijing. Zhongguangcun Science Park in Beijing is one of the largest of the national high technology development zones in China. More than 6,700 high-tech enterprises are located in the park, according to official figures.