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  1. China Blocks Google Ahead of Tiananmen Square 25th Anniversary

    It is speculated that the disruption is due to the 25th anniversary of the crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrations around Tiananmen Square in Beijing. In what was a very violent turn of events, the Chinese People's Liberation Army mobilized and...

  2. Google Shihui Deal Search Launches In China

    Mark Natkin of Beijing’s Marbridge Consulting commented on Google’s move, saying that Google “is still very interested in growing its business in the China market,” and that the deals sector may be a good opportunity to do so because “it's a...

  3. Reputation Management: PR vs. Search vs. China’s Water Army

    China’s Internet PR business alone is worth $143 million, based on data from the country’s International Public Relations Association in Beijing. If Facebook were to try something similar in China (no, I’m not advocating smear campaigns

  4. Government Controlled Search Engine Panguso Launches in China

    One big omission: a search for People's University in Beijing returns no results on Panguso. Baidu rules in China, boasting a 75.5 percent market share, and Google is second with 19.6 percent. Panguso, a new search engine from state-owned Xinhua...

  5. Weekend News From Web Majors You Might Have Missed

    The license was reconducted for Beijing Guxiang Information Technology Co Ltd, who operates Google's China website, it said. Here's a shortcut to interesting news that you might have missed this weekend: Google App Inventor, Google China, Facebook...

  6. Google's New Approach to China: A Closer Look at the Attack Heard 'Round the Web

    Taking this method of attack into consideration, combined with the high profile of the targeted institutions, Google's implication that Beijing sponsored these attacks, and the United States Secretary of State releasing a statement asking the...

  7. Baidu Profits Soar 87% in Second Quarter

    Boosted by advertising sales in advance of the Beijing Olympics, the Chinese search engine posted an 87% jump in profits in the second quarter of 2008. Baidu owned 63% of the search market in China, accoring to iResearch.

  8. SearchDay: Local Search for Little Biz

    Continue reading mInfo Chosen as Official Mobile Search Provider for Beijing Olympics Posted by Nathania Johnson Jul 8, 2008 The Beijing Olympic Committee has chosen mInfo as the official search provider for the mobile version of the 2008...

  9. SearchDay: The Search Wars Are Over

    China Real Estate Search Engine Launches in English Before Beijing OlympicsPosted by Kevin, a real estate search engine in China, officially launched an English version of the site yesterday.