Weibo

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IFTTT, the service for automating common tasks on the web, has announced that it now supports cross-posting on the Chinese microblogging service Weibo. IFTTT...

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I was surprised when I came across a pop-up bar featuring a piece of news at the bottom of my Weibo homepage the other...

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China’s newly-listed microblog service Weibo have entered a partnership with CSM Media Research, a TV & radio audience measurement institute, to collaborate on Weibo...

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Screenshots of Weibo Weibo released its first mobile app update after getting listed on NASDAQ this April. In order to diversify the Twitter-like microblogging service, the...

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Weibo launched Weibo Payment less than half a year ago. Today Weibo Payment announced to open up to “every user”, either business or individual, at...

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Sina Weibo, as expected, has filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission for IPO to raise up to $500 million. The Weibo Corporation says half of...

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2011 has been recognized as the year of microblogging in China with Sina leading as the prophet of a religion growing strong there. By simply combining disciples of the two shepherding platforms, Tencent Weibo and Sina Weibo, believers in the holy power of Weibo-ing have exceeded 350 million in just over two years. With more than a third of Weibo users connecting to this divine community through their smartphones, this phenomenon represents the fastest growing and most connected community in China up till now.