China Tech Roundup - September 05, 2007
China Internet and Technology Roundup provided by Chinamemes.com:
MSN's China Partner Wants out of Joint Venture
The state-owned Chinese partner of MSN, Microsoft's online services group, is looking to sell its 50 percent stake in MSN China due to its dissatisfaction with MSN China's revenue model.
CDC Games Launches U.S. Operations
CDC Games a pioneer of the "free-to-play, pay for merchandise" model for online games in China, has launched operations in the U.S. under a new business unit called CDC Games USA.
Chinese Military Hacked into Pentagon
The Chinese military hacked into a Pentagon computer network in June in the most successful cyber attack on the US defence department, say American officials.
Novoking: A New 3D Virtual Community in China
A new virtual 3D world akin to "Second Life" will start its private test in coming September.
China Puts Cartoon Cops on The Internet
Cartoon police officers are to appear in "pop-up" warnings on the internet every half hour to warn Chinese users that they must steer clear of unapproved websites.
Alipay Takes World to Chinese Shoppers
China's leading online payment service Alipay on Tuesday launched a new international service that will allow consumers in mainland China to buy directly online from global retailers.