Roy Rong, chief financial officer of Chinese Internet company UCWeb, revealed during an interview in Bloomberg’s office in San Francisco that the company plans to launch its initial public offering in 2013.
UCWeb, Chinese provider of mobile Internet software technology and browser services, confirmed that the company has acquired 9game.cn, a mobile games platform, and it plans to build an open platform for mobile Internet games.
Chinese Internet security company Kingsoft Network announced that its secured web browser has formally started public beta tests.
UCWeb, a leading provider of mobile Internet software technology and browser services in China, plans to establish its operating platform in America in 2012.
Kingsoft Network has reportedly launched its Web browser initiative and the new product is currently undergoing beta testing.
China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology published new security and advertising provisions for regulating the Internet information service market, effective March 15, 2012.
The B2C e-commerce website Dangdang.com reportedly plans to launch a new e-book business channel in the second half of December 2011.
Chinese mobile browser developer UCWeb has officially established a new subsidiary in New Delhi, India, and the company launched its latest UCWeb 8.0 version for Android in the country.
Chinese application service provider UC will sue Tencent, the Chinese Internet giant, for alleged unfair competitive practices.
Chinese anti-virus software provider Rising has announced that its first Internet client product, Rising security browser, has started beta tests.