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Asia-Pacific search engine rankings for April 2008

comScore just released an interesting data about the search rankings in Asia-Pacific region. According to their data, Google and Yahoo were the regional leaders as “top search properties” followed by China’s Baidu. “Because Google and Yahoo! have a strong presence … Read More

China blocks YouTube after Tibetan protests

China has apparently blocked access to YouTube.com after video clips appeared on the website showing massive pro-independence protests in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet. Internet users that were trying to access YouTube were served a blank screen. This isn’t the … Read More

China takes the lead in internet users

According to estimates from the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), Beijing research firm BDA and the online market anlayst Nielsen/NetRatings, China has overtaken the US in the number of internet users at around 220 million. These numbers were estimated … Read More

Baidu, Omniture form strategic alliance

Omniture Inc., a leading provider of online business software, announced they will provide Baidu.com, the leading Chinese Internet search engine, technology to measure online marketing campaigns. According to the companies, combining their technologies will allow marketers the ability to analyze … Read More

Google sued over name "Guge" in China

Beijing Guge Sci-Tech alleges that Google has infringed on the firm’s name. According to the court documents, the name “Guge” was officially registered in April 2006 by Beijing Guge Sci-Tech and Google didn’t register the name until November of 2007. … Read More

Baidu's person of the month

Baidu does a new take on the Google logos. It’s the person(s) of the month which started in November with a Mr. Xu Sandou, a famous soap opera star in China. This month features Yao Ming and Yi Jianlian, two … Read More

China's Baidu pondering Hong Kong listing

Baidu, the leading Chinese search engine is contemplating a secondary share listing in Hong Kong. Baidu is currently listed on the Nasdaq (BIDU) and is one of Google’s strongest rivals in China. The idea may have been brought about by … Read More