The year of 2013 is a big era of the Internet. It is changing people's way of life and promoting social progress. From PC era to mobile Internet ear, people can access and connect to the Internet anytime and anywhere. Now, we have summarized the development trends of the Internet in this year for you.
First, mobile client application has become the new engine to drive the Internet development..
Second, Internet has penetrated China's social and political life. It is changing every aspect of them.
Third, cyberspace gradually becomes clean and clear. To include cyberspace into the public management has a significant and far-reaching impact on protecting citizens' rights of expression, supervision, and reputation.
Fourth, Internet financial products have enriched the channels and ways of investment and financing, and promoted the flow of private capital. They have provided a new channel for micro-credit and also raised new topics for financial regulation.
Fifth, 'Internet+' pattern is changing traditional industries in 2013. The 'Internet+' pattern means the combination of traditional industries and Internet technology, such as Internet education, Internet health care, and Internet tourism, which will bring innovation and development opportunities in various industries.
Sixth, 4G will allow people to enjoy unlimited resources. China's telecommunication industry has embraced 4G era. It will bring greater reform and more industrial chances to the society.
Seventh, the rapid development of the Internet has generated big data, which in turn drove the evolution of a variety of Internet applications.
Eighth, Internet and information security face huge challenges. With the wide use of virtualization, big data, cloud applications, bring your own device (BYOD), and wearable smart devices, Internet information security is facing a growing number of new challenges and privacy issues have become more prominent.
Ninth, the development of e-commerce shows strong forward momentum. On November 11, the transaction value on the Taobao.com and Tmall.com reached 35 billion yuan (about 5.76 billion U.S. dollars), accounting for nearly 50 percent of China's total retail sales of social consumer goods that month.
Tenth, wearable devices will open up the third largest market on the Internet. Wearable devices, also known as wearable smart devices, including eyewear, watches, bracelets, hats, and other items, which have functions such as taking pictures, recording, making videos and more.