A roundup of the latest news in search from Asia, including what the alliance between China's biggest search engine and major content portal Sina means, Baidu's latest algorithm change, and YouTube's new local versions for Indonesia and Malaysia.
A study looking at mobile search data in Australia, urban China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand reveals which countries search the most via smartphones, who they are, and what they’re searching for.
Twitter is slowly but surely imposing itself as a player to be taken seriously in the search business, with the number of ... read more
comScore has released its latest report on social networking activity in the Asia-Pacific region (excluding China). The study found that 50.8 percent ... read more
Anchor Intelligence has released its click fraud report for the third quarter of 2009. It paints a different picture than the Click ... read more