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  1. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Alibaba Reboots Its Cloud-based Mobile OS Strategy – AlizilaCompany outlines new plans seven months after Google blocked a smartphone featuring Alibaba's OS software in China. Percent of Time Spent Online is on Social Networking – Experian...

  2. Microsoft & Alibaba Seeking Partners for Yahoo Bid

    Meanwhile, Alibaba – a diverse internet company based in China – would be buying its own freedom by investing in Yahoo (Yahoo owns a 40 percent stake). While Microsoft, Alibaba, and several purchasing groups ready their figures and hunt for...

  3. Baidu Releases Mobile OS, Dell Making Hardware

    However, Chinese companies are starting to enter the scene, with the Alibaba Group – a Chinese internet company – showcasing the AliYun OS in late July of this year. Baidu, China's largest search engine, has released a mobile operating system built...

  4. Bing Search in IE9; Skyhook Sues Google; Latest comScore Search/Mobile Stats & More Search News

    Skyhook sells a mobile location platform to wireless handset makers and app-makers.comScore Search plans to retain Alibaba stake. China Mobile Plans Online Search, Challenging Baidu - BusinessWeek As mobile growth stalls for China Mobile, the...

  5. Daily SearchCast, August 17, 2006: Hot Search Blogs; GoogleTalk Gets New Features; Filing Time For Yahoo Click Fraud Settlement; Beaming Up Google Engineers & More!

    Hongyi has a 40 percent stake in, which was bought by Yahoo for $1 billion last year. Yahoo China Head Sues Yahoo For Defamation Reuters reports that Zhou Hongyi, the former head of Yahoo China, has sued

  6. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    Alibaba CEO: EBay Is Beat In China; Baidu, Google Are Next. Google eyes China's mobile market. Yahoo executives talk up growth in Internet advertising. Matt Cutts' Indexing Timeline blog post has finally let the cat out of the bag, I think.