The American social networking website MySpace has cut two-thirds of its staff in China and several executives in the Chinese division have departed their positions.
A representative in charge of the planning of China Mobile’s online application store Mobile Market has revealed that the company’s location-based service module is currently finishing its test phase, and will be launched next month.
Chinese social networking site Renren.com has published its five annual strategic products, covering information, entertainment, and location services, and what it plans for 2011.
Beijing Second Intermediate People’s Court has announced its decision for Kaixin001.com’s lawsuit against Oak Pacific Interactive, which previously launched a similar social networking site as that of Kaixin001.com, asking the latter to stop using the…
Chinese online gaming firm The9 has announced that it plans to introduce the game-oriented social networking site OpenFeint into the Chinese market before the end of 2010.