Web 2.0

My personal opinion on the Web/Mobile2.0 market in China

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A wholly-owned subsidiary of Tencent has purchased US$99.95 million worth of shares in 58.com (NYSE: WUBA) that increases Tencent's stake in the latter to 24.09%,...

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MYOTee Cartoon avatar creation software isn't new, and to many including me it's a hit-driven business like gaming. But today, some Chinese developers and...

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Chinese online classifieds service Ganji recently announced a new US$200 million financing round from U.S.-based Tiger Fund and The Carlyle Group. The company has...

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Why are TV programs in Taiwan so terrible? Like Brokeback Mountain, everyone has an answer in mind. You can blame rating algorithm, rigid regulations...

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  Retro tech market has been a big one. The Apple-1 Computer release price was $666.66 in 1976. Now it's been auctioned off for $2,729.26, up...

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Facial recognition, a technology that reminds us of law enforcement and Mission Impossible movies, is making its wave in the news again.  This time,...

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Follow5, a Chinese microblog syncing tool announced to discontinue its services in 30 days, advising its users to download all their data. Founded in late...

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Why LinkedIn does not work in China? This is one of the hottest questions being discussed recently in China because Linkedin went to IPO...