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China's top search engine Baidu.com Inc said it plans to launch an instant messaging service, called "Baidu Hi."
Baidu Plans To Launch Instant Messaging Service "Baidu Hi" [uk.reuters.com]
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Baidu says 'Hi' with IM testing [chinadaily.com.cn]
Baidu said on Friday in a press release it has started internal tests of its IM product "Baidu Hi", which only Baidu employees who have submitted applications through internal networks can get approval to download.
A Baidu spokesperson said the company does not have a schedule for launching its IM service.
Tencent, a Shenzhen-based company that runs the QQ platform holds about 80 percent of China's IM industry.