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|521:|| Baidu May Face Tighter Regulations After Criticism From State Media|
Increasing scrutiny into China's top search engine company Baidu by state media is highlighting the fierce competition developing between traditional and new media over lucrative advertising dollars.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Aug 20, 2011|
|522:|| Google Launches Deals Aggregator In China|
Shihui is an experimental search feature that aims to help people find deals through China's enormous number of group buying sites, said Google spokesman Robin Moroney.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Sept 13, 2011|
|523:|| Baidu Profit Up 80 Percent, Forecasts More Growth|
Baidu Inc., which operates China's most popular search engine, said Friday its latest quarterly profit jumped 80 percent as strong growth in usage of its site helped to drive advertising revenue higher.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Oct 29, 2011|
|524:|| Alibaba Group Invests RMB 1 Billion into ETao Search Engine|
Chinese e-commerce conglomerate Alibaba Group has announced plans to invest RMB 1 bln in its ETao e-commerce search engine.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Nov 3, 2011|
|525:|| Yahoo Sued By Singapore Press Holdings Over Copyright Infringement|
Singapore media organization Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Yahoo for reproducing content from its stable of newspapers. The Web giant has refuted the charge, however, saying it intends to "vigorously defend" itself.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Nov 25, 2011|
|526:|| U.S. Removes Baidu From "notorious markets" List|
Baidu, which has been on the notorious markets list for years, in July inked an agreement with top music studios to distribute licensed songs through its mp3 search service, ending a legal dispute over accusations the company encouraged piracy.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Dec 23, 2011|
|527:|| Yahoo Sells 20pct of Alibaba for $7 Billion|
Yahoo and Alibaba Group have finally reached an agreement for the Silicon Valley Internet giant to sell back half its stake in the Chinese Web company in a $7 billion deal.
|Asia and Pacific Region||May 21, 2012|
|528:|| Google Panda Moves to Japan and Korea|
"...We're launching Panda for Japanese and Korean..."
|Asia and Pacific Region||July 19, 2012|
|529:|| Microsoft Reveals New Version Of Chinese Bing Search Engine|
The new version reportedly features a new dynamic front page, more concise web search pages, and more accurate results.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Sept 18, 2012|
|530:|| Google Japan Gets Scraper Algorithm|
Google has announced a new scraper algo for Japan which targets scraped content.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Oct 29, 2012|
|531:|| Internet Explorer becomes Korean election issue|
IE has a whopping 75% market share in South Korea due to a government imposed crypto scheme that requires ActiveX. A new presidential candidate wants to kill that.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Nov 15, 2012|
|532:|| Google Closes Shopping Search In China|
"In order to better optimize resources, we have decided to close the shopping search service in China."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Dec 12, 2012|
|533:|| Baidu Launches English Website for Developers|
If you aren't fluent in Chinese this new site can help you make your apps discoverable on Baidu's Mobile App Center.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Feb 28, 2013|
|534:|| South Korean Authorities Admit They Are "Behind the Times" with Internet Explorer Laws|
"We are behind the times, clinging to the old method," said Rep. Lee Jong-gul of the main opposition Democratic Party.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Nov 10, 2013|
|535:|| Alibaba Files IPO in the U.S.|
The Alibaba IPO is expected to be one of the largest stock listings in history.
|Asia and Pacific Region||May 7, 2014|
|536:|| Alibaba Shares Soar on First Day Trading, Surpassing Facebook|
"Alibaba reached $228.5 billion in market value after surging 36 percent above its initial public offering price to $92.70 per share."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Sept 19, 2014|
|537:|| Microsoft Drops Bing Default Search In China For Baidu|
As part of Microsoft's move to get Windows 10 into China, Microsoft is to drop Bing as the default search on Edge browser and replace it with Baidu.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Sept 24, 2015|
|538:|| New China Domain Law Now Much Tougher|
Getting a .cn domain is now much tougher with this new law.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Oct 31, 2017|
|539:|| Tool To Check How Your Site Performs from China|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss a tool to check how a site looks from China.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Dec 21, 2017|
|540:|| Asia-Pacific: A Regional Overview.|
An incredible indepth review of the region. Demographics, search engines, and directories.
|Asia and Pacific Region||Mar 20, 2001|
|541:|| Ask Now with Added Blog and Feed Search|
"On Thursday, the Oakland, CA-based search site plans to add a Blogs & Feeds tab to its Internet search tools menu and to more thoroughly integrate its search engine with its online news aggregation site, Bloglines."
|Ask - Teoma||June 1, 2006|
|542:|| Ask.com opens German Office|
"Eric Heymann -- given the title of director of global content acquisition -- will run the new office. He worked previously at Seekport Internet Technologies GmbH. He also worked at Lycos Europe N.V. and helped create two German-language search engines."
|Ask - Teoma||Sept 11, 2006|
|543:|| Ask Goes Mobile|
The internet in your pocket is getting faster.
|Ask - Teoma||Oct 12, 2006|
|544:|| Lycos Partners with Ask -- for both Search and PPC|
Mercury News: "Oakland-based Ask.com and Lycos Inc., a leading web portal, announced a multiyear agreement whereby Ask.com will be the search and sponsored listings provider for the Lycos Network, including Lycos.com, Hotbot.com, Tripod.com and Angelfire.com."
|Ask - Teoma||Nov 2, 2006|
|545:|| AskCity: Ask.com Introduces New Services In One Interface|
"On Monday, Ask.com is introducing AskCity, a service that integrates maps with information about local businesses, restaurants, concert and movie listings and reviews. "
|Ask - Teoma||Dec 4, 2006|
|546:|| Ask.com Renews AdCenter License with LookSmart|
"IAC, has extended its license of LookSmart's AdCenter for Publishers through 2009."
|Ask - Teoma||Feb 20, 2007|
|547:|| New Ask 3D, a Leap Forward?|
"Referred to as Ask 3D inside the company, the revamped search engine groups results by media type, including video, music, photos, news and blogs."
|Ask - Teoma||June 5, 2007|
|548:|| Ask.com Still Indexing Pages 301ed Three Years Ago|
"They are still indexing pages that were 301 redirected three years ago, redirects which have been followed by every other search engine in the known universe."
|Ask - Teoma||June 11, 2007|
|549:|| Ask.com Datacenter Coming to Washington State|
Internet search engine Ask.com plans to open a data center in Moses Lake, WA. They were lured east of the Cascades by the cooperative business environment, access to low cost, renewable power, and superior network connectivity.
|Ask - Teoma||July 13, 2007|
|550:|| IAC Reups with Google|
"...IAC Chief Executive Barry Diller said in a briefing Monday that the Google deal is worth in excess of $3.5 billion to IAC. "
|Ask - Teoma||Nov 6, 2007|
|551:|| Ask.com Privacy: Scrubs Search Requests With 'Eraser'|
"The new privacy control, called 'AskEraser,' is scheduled to be unveiled Tuesday. When it's turned on, the safeguard purges a user's search requests from Ask.com's computers within a few hours."
|Ask - Teoma||Dec 11, 2007|
|552:|| Privacy Advocates Want Ask.com To Change AskEraser|
"We believe that the flaws are correctable, and hope that you will work to bring the reality of AskEraser in line with your stated objective of protecting your customers' privacy,"
|Ask - Teoma||Dec 22, 2007|
|553:|| Ask.com PPC Settlement|
"The Settlement Notice informs you of the Court's certification of a class; the nature of the claims alleged; your right to participate in, or exclude yourself from, the class; a proposed settlement; and how you can claim an award of advertising credits under the settlement."
|Ask - Teoma||Jan 3, 2008|
|554:|| Ask Crawler Issues Resolved||Ask - Teoma||Jan 4, 2008|
|555:|| Ask to Dump Teoma and Use Google Search?|
"An insider tells us that IAC is considering finally pulling the plug on Teoma, the engine that powers Ask's search, and just using Google. Online search site Ask.com is not getting rid of its specialized search technology, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday, saying a blog report to that effect was incorrect."
|Ask - Teoma||Mar 3, 2008|
|556:|| Ask Abandons Effort in Leading Search - Becomes a Women's Vertical|
"Ask.com is abandoning its effort to outshine Internet search leader Google Inc. and will instead focus on a narrower market consisting of married women looking for help managing their lives."
|Ask - Teoma||Mar 5, 2008|
|557:|| Ask.com Acquires Lexico Publishing Group, Including dictionary.com|
"Ask.com has bought a stable of Internet reference sites that includes Dictionary.com in its latest effort to distinguish itself from online search leader Google Inc. and other much larger rivals."
|Ask - Teoma||May 15, 2008|
|558:|| SERP Changes in Ask.com?||Ask - Teoma||May 20, 2008|
|559:|| Ask.com Re-Launches|
"With this upgrade Ask.com, owned by IAC, is also aiming to recapture the functionality that gave it its prominence during its heyday: the ability for people to type in queries in natural language."
|Ask - Teoma||Oct 6, 2008|
|560:|| Barry Diller Interview: Why IAC Didn't Work|
"Now, after years of defending his Internet conglomerate, IAC/InterActiveCorp, Mr. Diller broke apart the company six weeks ago, explaining it was too complicated and in too many diverse businesses."
|Ask - Teoma||Oct 7, 2008|