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  1. The Growing Importance of International Mobile Search

    Compare this to Spanish (807 percent), Chinese (1,479 percent) or Arabic (a massive increase of more than 2,500 percent). The incidence of mobile search is also high in other developing markets, including the other emerging economic powerhouses of...

  2. Asia Search Update: Yahoo Algo Transition Goes to India, Google Eyes Southeast Asia

    It is unclear how Yahoo’s algorithm transition will impact organic search results for Chinese speaking cities such as Hong Kong and Taiwan where Yahoo search continues to dominate. Although Google Analytics is the most popular web analytics tool...

  3. Low Interest in Social Networks in China [Study]

    While sites from Google, Yahoo, and Bing may be able to get products into the Chinese market – on a technical level – groups like Facebook have little chance for success. Google actually withdrew after censorship debates in early 2010, and the...

  4. SearchDay | Putting the 'Search' in Research

    Kai-Fu Lee has resigned as Google Vice President and President of Google Greater China to work with Chinese start-ups at a new company he founded, Innovation Works. Google China Head Departs Posted by Kevin Newcomb Sep 8, 2009 Dr.

  5. Brin Suggests Google Might Reverse Chinese Censorship In The Short Term; Meanwhile, China Ramps Up Google.com Blocks

    But Google.com has remained held out by the company as a way for those in China to still get an uncensored look at search results (at least uncensored according to Chinese laws; US laws still get a far more limited amount of material removed).

  6. Google: Can The Marcia Brady Of Search Stay Sweet?

    In fairness to the misguided Chinese authorities, they did apparently deem AltaVista subversive enough to block as well. Just this week, China apparently deemed Google so potentially subversive that it blocked access to the search engine.

  7. Google: Can The Marcia Brady Of Search Stay Sweet?

    In fairness to the misguided Chinese authorities, they did apparently deem AltaVista subversive enough to block as well. Just this week, China apparently deemed Google so potentially subversive that it blocked access to the search engine.