|Forum: Asia and Pacific Region|
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|81:|| 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|
|82:|| 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|
|83:|| 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|
|84:|| 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|
|85:|| Yahoo Taiwan gets PPC||Sept 7, 2007|
|86:|| Virtual Cops to Patrol Chinese Portals & Sites|
"Police in China's capital said Tuesday they will start patrolling the Web using animated beat officers that pop up on a user's browser and walk, bike or drive across the screen warning them to stay away from illegal Internet content."
|Aug 30, 2007|
|87:|| Google Plans Acquisitions, Alliances, Social Network In China - Report|
"Google has plans to buy up and partner with companies to keep apace with Baidu, according to various reports."
|Aug 18, 2007|
|88:|| Wikipedia Criticises Chinese Search Engine|
"The group behind the Wikipedia online encyclopedia has accused Baidu.com, China's most popular internet search engine, of being the worst violator of its copyrights. Florence Nibart-Devouard, chair of the Board of Trustees at the Wikimedia Foundation yesterday asked the company again to give credit where it is due."
|Aug 6, 2007|
|89:|| China Company to Sue Google Over Name|
"A Chinese company is suing Google's China subsidiary for copying its name, saying the U.S. search engine's registered Chinese name is too similar to its own and has harmed its operations."
|July 13, 2007|
|90:|| Google Signs Partnership Agreement with Chinese Portal Sina|
"Leading Chinese Internet portal Sina Corp. said Monday it has reached an agreement with Google Inc. to cooperate in the areas of searching and advertising."
|June 11, 2007|
|91:|| China Yahoo Will Launch Mobile Search|
"...oneSearch was first launched in North America at the beginning of this year as one of the biggest programs of Yahoo."
|June 8, 2007|
|92:|| Baidu heading for Europe?|
"Baidu.com, China's most popular search engine, reportedly plans to announce details of a European expansion later this month."
|June 5, 2007|
|93:|| Amazon Japan Opens Online Shopping Mall|
"The Japanese arm of U.S. e-tailer Amazon.com Inc. on Tuesday opened a virtual shopping mall that allows third parties to set up shops on its Web site."
|Apr 27, 2007|
|94:|| Google Does Deal to Sell Online Ads on China Telecom Web Sites|
"Google Inc. won the right to sell advertising on 400 Web sites owned by China Telecom Corp., helping it compete with Microsoft Corp. and dominant local rival Baidu.com Inc. in the world's second-biggest Internet market."
|Apr 26, 2007|
|95:|| Yahoo China Announces Blog & Networking Service|
"Yahoo China on Tuesday launched a new blogging and networking service, in a move aimed at diversifying its revenue streams as it steps up expansion in the world's second-largest Web market by subscriber numbers."
|Apr 10, 2007|
|96:|| Google Korea Hires President|
"After almost 2 years of looking, Google finally found itself a Google Korea President. He apparently is a Korean-American guy graduated from Purdue and came out of their recently established R&D center, name of Lee Won Jin."
|Apr 10, 2007|
|97:|| Baidu Japan Now Open|
"The leader of the Chinese search industry now has a foothold in the Japanese market with the opening of their new Japanese language search engine Baidu Japan."
|Mar 22, 2007|
|98:|| Yahoo to launch Chinese Version of Flickr|
"Yahoo will be targeting the Hong Kong and Taiwan markets with this release. "
|Mar 21, 2007|
|99:|| Yahoo! Japan Launches Digg-like News Service|
"A new service from Yahoo! Japan called 'Minna no Topics' which means 'Everyone's topics' is now open."
|Mar 17, 2007|
|100:|| Google China's New directory|
"Google China has a new directory in their Labs"
|Mar 10, 2007|
|101:|| Google Launches Book Search for China|
"The trial Web site, which went live on March 2, is the latest addition to Google's Chinese search engine, Google.cn."
|Mar 6, 2007|
|102:|| China Bans New Internet Cafes for a Year|
"Fearful of soaring Internet addiction and juvenile crime, China has banned the opening of new Internet cafes this year, state media reported on Tuesday."
|Mar 6, 2007|
|103:|| Our Server IP Is Banned In China|
"Got a mail from our Chinese translator today. He can't access our server via FTP. Checking, I found that none of our 3 sites in Chinese have had any traffic from China since November. "
|Mar 5, 2007|
|104:|| Google Korea Ordered to Delete Unfair Clauses in AdSense Contracts|
"South Korea's corporate watchdog said Monday it has ordered Google Inc., the world's largest Internet search engine, to revise or delete unfair clauses in its advertisement contracts with Web site operators."
|Feb 26, 2007|
|105:|| Google tweaks Chinese search engine with more features|
"....adding several new features to its Google.cn search engine, including some capabilities that are not available on Google.com."
|Feb 26, 2007|
|106:|| Baidu Says Profits Up 400 Percent|
"Chinese Web search leader Baidu said on Wednesday quarterly net profits quintupled, but stepped up investments and the impact of a late New Year's holiday season will cut sales growth early in 2007."
|Feb 15, 2007|
|107:|| Google Maps Now in Chinese|
"I see that Google China has added maps to their list of services."
|Feb 13, 2007|
|108:|| Google's YouTube to Warn Japanese Users on Piracy|
"Google's YouTube.com agreed to display warnings on its website in Japanese not to upload copyright materials to the popular Internet service, a group of Japanese media firms said on Tuesday."
|Feb 6, 2007|
|109:|| Microsoft - MSN R&D Center In China: Sources|
"Software giant Microsoft Corp. is setting up a research and development center in Shanghai for its online MSN service, its first such center outside the United States, sources familiar with the plan said on Wednesday."
|Jan 31, 2007|
|110:|| China To Launch DNS Root Server|
"China Network Communications Group signed with US-based VeriSign Incorporation, the world's largest domain name registry services provider, to launch the Chinese mirror server of root domain name on December 14."
|Dec 21, 2006|
|111:|| Microsoft To Carry Baidu Search Ads|
"Baidu.com Inc., the leading search engine in China, said Thursday its paid search ads will now appear on some sites operated by software maker Microsoft Corp. "
|Dec 14, 2006|
|112:|| Dot Asia Domain Gets The Go Ahead|
"..anyone wanting a .asia domain name will be able to express their interest on www.asiadns.com, following agreement between the EuroDNS registry and DotAsia, the sponsoring organisation behind .asia."
|Dec 12, 2006|
|113:|| Baidu To Enter Japanese Search Market In 2007||Dec 4, 2006|
|114:|| China Considers "Real Name System" For Blogs|
"The Internet Society of China has recommended to the government that bloggers be required to use their real names when they register blogs, state media said on Monday, in the latest attempt to regulate free-wheeling Web content. "
|Oct 23, 2006|
|115:|| Yahoo! Korea Create Webzari Site Explorer|
"The Yahoo! Korea team has taken Site Explorer a step forward with with a different look and created Webzari."
|July 27, 2006|
|116:|| Google Korea; Failing or Locked-Out?|
Google is reportadly failing to make any notable inroads into the Sth Korean search marketplace, one of the world's most-wired countries. But is it more a case of not being allowed access to spiderable material?
|May 2, 2006|
|117:|| Google China Localizes With New Name & Defends position on Censorship|
"Google launches their Chinese language name 'Gu Ge,' or 'Valley Song,' which the company says draws on Chinese rural traditions to describe a fruitful and rewarding experience."
|Apr 13, 2006|
|118:|| China Launching Alternate Root Domain Name System|
"China launched several native language domain names that resolve within the .cn domain back in 2003. Today several bloggers misread the Chinese and claimed that China was going to compete with ICANN in the domain space."
|Mar 1, 2006|
|119:|| Korean Site Drags Google into David-Goliath Match|
"....site has been flooded with negative comments about Google from its viewers. Also, there are a few claims that there are other Web sites, which were treated in the same way by Google, deserted after running Google's advertisements."
|Feb 13, 2006|
|120:|| MSN Search China (beta) launch|
"The beta version of Microsoft's Chinese language search engine is now online. The beta offers web search and desktop search options along with some of the search refinement tools offered on other language versions of MSN Search."
|Jan 17, 2006|