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Hi5 closes deal with SAPO in Portugal

Hi5, one of the most successful web 2.0 sites in Europe, and one of the most visited sites in Portugal, chose Sapo, the most important entertainment portal in that country, as the search engine for its Portuguese users. Sapo replaces … Read More

Sapo Noticias takes on Google News in Portugal

Sapo, the largest Internet entertainment portal in Portugal, launched Sapo Local this week. This move follows others from Sapo news pages, that now specifically target sport, technology and economy. Sapo Local uses AJAX to gather news from different places into … Read More

Portuguese use the Internet to create businesses

The Portuguese Justice minister Alberto Costa announced that the Internet is fast becoming the preferred method for Portuguese businessmen to create new businesses. A year and half ago, a program called “Empresa na Hora” (Create your company in one hour) … Read More

European telecoms operators threaten US search hegemony

Europe’s largest telecoms operators – with one American firm – are planning to launch a mobile phone search engine to rival Google and Yahoo. The companies concerned include Vodafone, France Telecom, Telefonica, Deutsche Telekom, Hutchison Whampoa, Telecom Italia and US firm Cingular. Combined, they have a user base of 600 million people – with some 20% in the UK expected to have broadband speed mobile phone access by the end of 2007.
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Web 2.0 in Portugal

Social media and Web 2.0 are rather recent concepts, but well known ones in the US. But in Portugal its praticaly unknown. In fact, only recently did some companies begin to invest seriously in some online initatives, that could be … Read More

Portuguese Telecom in takeover bid war

Last year has been quite a busy one for the Portuguese stock market, mainly because of the takeover bid of Sonaecom over PT Telecom, the Portuguese main Telecom operator. In a very small market like Portugal this may have impredicable … Read More

Introducing search marketing in Portugal

A typical middle-sized company in Portugal has a website on the Internet, 85% of big companies do. That’s the good news. The bad news is that the website has probably never been updated since 1998, it’s in flash, you can’t … Read More