|Forum: Asia and Pacific Region|
|Displaying Topics 41 - 80 (169 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: reverse|
|41:|| Google May end China Operations|
Google No Longer Willing to Censor Results in China
|Jan 13, 2010|
|42:|| China's top search engine Baidu hacked||Jan 12, 2010|
|43:|| Baidu launching online-video company|
Baidu announced on Wednesday that it is creating an independent company to offer premium online videos to Chinese Internet users.
|Jan 7, 2010|
|44:|| .CN domains no longer available outside China|
An announcement in December to crack down on improper registrations of .CN domains has now led to a halting of sales of the ccTLD outside China.
|Jan 7, 2010|
|45:|| Microsoft Offers Microblogging Service In China||Dec 1, 2009|
|46:|| Baidu Introduces New Keyword Bidding System: Phoenix Nest||Oct 27, 2009|
|47:|| Kai-Fu Lee leaving as President of Google China|
"Google said in a news release early Friday in Beijing that Mr. Lee, who was president of Google Greater China and vice president for engineering, would leave the company in mid-September."
|Sept 6, 2009|
|48:|| Typhoon Morakot Cuts Off Asian Net Connections||Aug 13, 2009|
|49:|| What's Best For Korean domains and Korean Audience?||June 20, 2009|
|50:|| China's Web Filter Plans Clarified||June 19, 2009|
|51:|| Naver Japan Search Revealed||June 19, 2009|
|52:|| Ask.jp Closes its Doors|
"Ask.jp has announced that they are reorganizing to focus on B2B solutions."
|June 12, 2009|
|53:|| Will Google Comply with Korea's Real-Name Verification Law?|
"The law states that South Korean web sites with at least 100,000 daily visitors must force users to register with verifiable real names."
|Apr 14, 2009|
|54:|| MSN Japan Zenbu Kensaku|
"This new search engine beta actually will work with a lot of English keyword searches in addition to the Japanese."
|Mar 17, 2009|
|55:|| China's Net Users Up 42pct to 298 Million|
"At the end of 2008, the number of net users in China, which has a population of 1.3 billion, was almost the same as the entire population of the United States."
|Jan 15, 2009|
|56:|| Baidu to Differentiate Sponsored Links||Jan 9, 2009|
|57:|| China to Crackdown on 'Vulgar' Content Sites|
"...decided to launch a nationwide campaign to clean up a vulgar current on the Internet and named and exposed a large number of violating public morality and harming the physical and mental health of youth and young people,"
|Jan 5, 2009|
|58:|| China's .cn Becomes the Second Most Popular TLD|
"For the third quarter of this year, growth rates were 76 percent for China's country code .cn compared to the same time last year."
|Dec 8, 2008|
|59:|| Baidu Promises Overhaul of Operations Following SERPs Scandal|
"China's Internet search leader Baidu said on Friday it will overhaul operations after state media said it allowed unlicensed medical services to buy high search rankings to win more customers."
|Nov 28, 2008|
|60:|| Telstra's Sensis Gives In To Google|
"Telstra's Sensis has given up on competing with Google in online search and mapping, announcing today it would provide its Yellow business listings to Google Maps and abandon its own search engine for one powered by Google."
|Nov 3, 2008|
|61:|| Baidu Reports Growing Chinese Search Engine Results|
"Baidu just released their financial results for the 3rd quarter (ended Sept. 30 2008) and it looks quite good for the Chinese search giant."
|Oct 23, 2008|
|62:|| Baidu Q2 Profit Rises 87pct|
"Sales doubled to 802.6 million yuan. The company also forecast sales that may beat analysts' estimates."
|July 24, 2008|
|63:|| News Corp. Plans Online Ad Operations in Japan||July 10, 2008|
|64:|| Music Industry Calls For Blacklisting Baidu||June 5, 2008|
|65:|| Yahoo Site Explorer is launched in Japan||May 14, 2008|
|66:|| China Closes More Than 4300 Open Email Relays|
"Huang Chengqing, secretary general of the Internet Society of China, has disclosed that ISC has closed down the open email proxies and relays of more than 4300 email service providers."
|Apr 30, 2008|
|67:|| Registering Chinese Domain Names .cn|
2008 update on the state of registering .CN domains
|Apr 15, 2008|
|68:|| Alibaba Looks For Buyers Of Yahoo-Owned Stake|
"China's Alibaba Group is seeking investors to buy the 39 percent stake in the Internet company held by Yahoo Inc, a person with direct knowledge of the situation said on Tuesday, outlining a plan that could stop Microsoft Corp from getting the Alibaba stock."
|Mar 19, 2008|
|69:|| Youku Hooks Up With MySpace China|
"The partnership is aimed at driving Internet traffic to both Web sites and sharing online products, Youku Chief Executive Victor Koo said in a statement on Friday."
|Mar 15, 2008|
|70:|| Baidu Plans To Launch Instant Messaging Service "Baidu Hi"|
"China's top search engine Baidu.com Inc said it plans to launch an instant messaging service, called "Baidu Hi."
|Feb 29, 2008|
|71:|| .asia Landrush Begins|
"Those of you who did not acquire your trademark names and keywords can now join the masses and pick up your domains."
|Feb 21, 2008|
|72:|| China's Alibaba Ponders Microsoft's Yahoo Bid|
"Alibaba Group, the Chinese Internet company part-owned by Yahoo Inc, has hired advisers to evaluate issues related to a possible purchase of its U.S. partner by Microsoft Corp after the Chinese government said it would scrutinize the deal..."
|Feb 18, 2008|
|73:|| Global Music Companies Take Legal Action Against Baidu|
"Three global record companies have launched legal proceedings against China's top Internet search engine Baidu.com Inc, accusing it of violating copyright by giving access to music files, an international music trade body said."
|Feb 5, 2008|
|74:|| Google Adopts Universal Search in South Korea||Jan 31, 2008|
|75:|| China Set To Surpass US Internet Population|
"The Chinese government said Friday its Internet population has soared to 210 million people, putting it on track to surpass the U.S. online community this year to become the world's largest."
|Jan 19, 2008|
|76:|| Baidu Gets Approval To Become Domain Name Registrar||Jan 18, 2008|
|77:|| Yahoo Extends Mobile Carrier Deals In Asia|
"The Silicon Valley-based Internet company also said on Tuesday that it was introducing a mobile service called Yahoo Go in traditional Chinese in Taiwan. These deals build on six earlier Asian carrier partnerships announced in June."
|Nov 13, 2007|
|78:|| comScore Puts Baidu in Third Place for Worldwide Searches|
"A comScore press release shows Asia topping the list for the most searches worldwide."
|Oct 11, 2007|
|79:|| Baidu plans R&D centers in Shanghai, Tokyo|
"China's top Web search firm Baidu.com Inc plans to launch a research and development centre in Shanghai as early as this year, an industry source said on Wednesday, as it seeks to fend off rival Google in the world's second-largest Web market."
|Oct 11, 2007|
|80:|| Yahoo Wants to Buy Stake in China Market With Alibaba|
"Yahoo Inc will buy 10 percent of a share sale by Alibaba.com Ltd, China's biggest e-commerce firm, as it steps up a battle with Google Inc and Baidu in the world's second-biggest Internet market."
|Oct 9, 2007|