Google China unveiled a daily deal aggregator website named Google Shihui (Shihui means economical and practical in Chinese).
Shanghai hosted an English edition of Startup Weekend on September 9th, 10th and 11th.
Founded in the US, Startup Weekend is a non-for-profit organization promoting entrepreneurship.
Startup weekend events consist of gathering people and making them focus on an idea, so they can strive to transform it into a credible business.
Nearly 300 startup weekends have been organized over the world since 2007, leading to create more than 2,400 start-ups.
China’s top search engine company Baidu, which recently launched a new homepage with modules and unveiled its new mobile software platform compatible with Android Baidu Yi, decided to partner with the US company Dell.
As you may have read on our SEO blog, many Chinese Internet companies have been growing very fast in the past few years.
THEM has also been growing recently, and we are glad to announce that we have expanded our presence in China: we have indeed just opened a new office in Shanghai!
We are ready for new challenges. Are you located in Shanghai? We look forward to discussing your needs with you. Let us meet and talk about your projects!
During its annual Technology Innovation Conference 2011 in Beijing, Baidu - China’s largest search company - announced a few new products including a new mobile software platform, as well as a new homepage with modules.
China’s top search company Baidu unveiled a new mobile software platform called Baidu Yi, compatible with Android phones.
Chinese search engine Baidu announced a few weeks ago that it signed an agreement with Microsoft Bing.
According to the partnership between the two companies, Bing will provide English search results for Baidu.
Have you already heard of Easou? You may not be familiar with this name, though it's China's top mobile search engine.
As you know, Baidu and Google largely dominate China's online search market. However, when it comes to mobile search, Easou leads.
Easou was founded in Shenzhen in 2005 by Wang Xi as the first mobile search engine company in China. It became the biggest player of the mobile search industry.
The Internet is expected to beat newspapers in advertising revenues in China by 2012, according to a recent report released by the Data Center of China Internet (DCCI).
Online advertising revenues are expected to reach 46 billion yuan, thus passing the 42 billion yuan earned by newspapers, by 2012.
Therefore, the Internet will become the second-largest media for advertising in China, behind television advertising.
Last year, television advertising revenue hit 76 billion yuan, far ahead of newspapers (37 billion yuan) and online ads (26 billion yuan).
The People's Daily newspaper recently officially launched Goso.cn, a news search engine.
Previously available as a beta version, Goso.cn has beaten Xinhua News Agency to become the first search engine in China run by a national media organization.
Last year, Xinhua joined forces with China Mobile to establish an Internet search service.
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