Taiwan’s National Communications Commission has published a list of seven carriers that applied to operate the LTE services.
China Mobile’s Hong Kong-listed branch and Vodafone jointly announced that the two parties have signed a cooperation agreement to participate in the telecom license bidding in Burma.
Chinese Internet video website Youku.com has received its Internet Publication License issued by the General Administration of Press and Publication of China.
Chinese Internet video website Tudou.com has announced that it has created a joint venture with another Internet video website, Letv.com, in Shanghai.
Chinese online game developer Changyou.com Limited today announced its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2010.
China’s Ministry of Commerce has issued a notice to regulate the sales activities of foreign-invested enterprises that are engaged in either Internet sales or vending machine sales.
China’s Ministry of Culture has published announcements on its official website stating that it has issued the first batch of four licenses for operating Internet cafe retail chains in China.
Google.com, which has failed to gain momentum in China against rivals like Baidu.com, has issued a statement that it will end its automatic redirect to its Hong Kong website.
Chinese Internet media company NetEase.com Inc. now has approval to run its World of Warcraft expansion game in China.
Chinese online game operator 9you.com has announced that the company has gained an Information Network Communicated Audio-Video Program License, with the license number of 0910541, enabling it to operate online video businesses in China.