International voice service giant Nuance, which supports Apple’s Siri speech recognition technology, is reportedly seeking a content cooperation partner in China to expand the speech recognition market.
Chinese social networking site Kaixin001.com recently published its software client for smart TV, which will be pre-installed on smart TV products manufactured by Samsung, Haier, and Hisense.
Chinese social networking site Kaixin001.com has launched its new version of homepage, which is the first major version change over its four-year operation.
Chinese group buying website Ftuan.com announced that its physical company has been renamed from Beijing Kala Interactive Technology Company Limited to Beijing Wangluo Tianxia Life Technology Company Limited, and both Ftuan.com and Gaopeng.com will be integrated into the company.
Chinese social networking site Kaixin001.com has announced that its group buying business, which it previously operated on its own, will transform to a third-party cooperation model.
Chinese social networking site Renren.com has published its five annual strategic products, covering information, entertainment, and location services, and what it plans for 2011.
Beijing Second Intermediate People’s Court has announced its decision for Kaixin001.com’s lawsuit against Oak Pacific Interactive, which previously launched a similar social networking site as that of Kaixin001.com, asking the latter to stop using the Chinese name of “Kai Xin Wang” and pay compensation of CNY400,000 to the complainant.
Chinese social networking sites operator Oak Pacific Interactive has announced that it will gradually integrate its two social networking sites, Renren.com and Kaixin.com.
A new report issued by a Chinese government-funded research organization states Facebook and Western social networking sites pose spy risks, and these problems should make social media mavens worry about possible clampdowns on social networking sites in China.
A representative from China Hualu Group has revealed that the video website Hualu5.com developed by its subsidiary Hualu Culture Industry Company is expected to be launched in a month.
China’s leading travel search engine Kuxun.cn announced it has reached a strategic cooperation with Kaixin001.com, the famous social networking service provider in China, saying the two will work together to expand online travel business opportunities.