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Tudou Goes Public, Again

The Tudou going public drama is all coming over again. After countless rumors of being rejected by investment banks or being flattered with Baidu acquisition offer or resuming IPO process, Wang Wei, founder and CEO of the battered online video service, comes up with an new package concept of marketing Tudou in an aim to touting […]

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Mobcent, Making SNS Available to Mobile Apps

If you are a mobile app developer, maybe you should check out Mobcent, who presented at Technode’s TNT event last Sunday.  Founded last October in Beijing, Mobcent provides tools  for mobile apps developers.   With a few lines of code, they can add the complete social network functions to their apps. “Adding social network will naturally increase page-view of […]

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NetEase invests $ 31M in Online Video Business

NetEase, one of the largest portal site slash game vendor in China is reported to invest more than RMB 200 million (US$ 31 million) into its online video business with special focus on copyrighted contents. According to people familiar with the matter, NetEase has planned something fiercely regarding online video strategy, however its late move […]

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Tencent, Baidu and Alibaba Compete in Investing

In May, Tencent invested RMB 84.4 million (US$ 13.1m)  in online travel service eLong and RMB 445 million (US$ 69.1m)  in film production Huayi Brothers.  As for June, Baidu invested RMB 306 million (US$ 47.6m) in another travel services aggregator Qunar. And in July, Alibaba Group led the US$ 50 million funding for group buying […]

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