China Tech Roundup - February 17, 2007
China Internet and Technology Roundup provided by Chinamemes.com:
Social Bookmarking in China
China Web2.0 Review on Chinese Social Bookmarking Sites.
Baidu Thinks It Can Play in Japan
Faced with slower growth at home, China's No. 1 search engine looks to its island neighbor for new growth opportunities. Will it translate?
BBC in Content Deal with Chinese Portal
Users of Chinese web portal QQ.com can now learn English directly from the site thanks to a partnership deal with BBC. It is the first Chinese portal to enter content partnership with the BBC.
Ebay's Deal with Tom Online Offers Some Timely Lessons for Managers of Global Online Companies
Knowledge Wharton China looks at why eBay failed in China, quoting China experts Dwight Perkins, professor of economics at Harvard University.
China Gaming: Shanda's Back in the Action
The online-game producer is in the black again as its free-entry model, and sale of avatar accessories, clicks with young Chinese gamers
Chinese Netizens' Online Time Increases By 56% Annually
The "Report on the Internet Use of Netizens In Chinese Cities In 2006″ from CTR Market Research says that the time Chinese netizens spend on the cyberworld per day has increased from 88.2 minutes in 2002 to 137.8 minutes in 2006, an increase of 56% annually.
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