VIPmimi.com is revolutionizing content marketing in China through the syndication of exclusive promotional content for lifestyle and travel businesses in China.
Yahoo China has sent an official email to its mailbox users, stating that the company will close its email service on August 19, 2013, and all user data will be temporarily taken over by Alibaba’s…
Online game company Blizzard Entertainment Inc. says there was unauthorized access to some Battle.net account information, but Chinese players appear unmolested.
Chinese Internet portal NetEase.com has announced the launch of a new URL shortening service, 126.am.
Google’s latest attempt to warn and protect Chinese Internet users reveals the company’s misunderstanding of how its services are accessed in China.
Chinese Internet portal NetEase.com has launched a new coupon platform, Quan.163.com, marking its latest online move following the unveiling of its recent lottery and insurance e-commerce businesses.
Nokia has announced that starting from August 19, 2011, it will terminate its Ovi email and chat room services on the Chinese mainland.
The microblog channel of Sina.com and China Telecom have signed an agreement to implement a cooperation for products based on the microblog services at Sina.com.
Google says a likely phishing attack from Jinan has targeted hundreds of its Gmail email users.
Chinese Internet company NetEase.com has recently announced that the number of its email users has reached 360 million, a net increase of 40 million from 320 million at the end of 2010.