Chinese search engine company Baidu recently reached an agreement with Nokia to provide map services to Chinese users outside China as Baidu aims to develop international businesses through mobile services.
Chinese Internet video provider Youku-Tudou Group confirmed that Yang Weidong, former Nokia executive, has been appointed senior vice president for Youku-Tudou Group and president for Tudou.com.
Chinese mobile browser developer UCWeb has officially established a new subsidiary in New Delhi, India, and the company launched its latest UCWeb 8.0 version for Android in the country.
Nokia has announced that starting from August 19, 2011, it will terminate its Ovi email and chat room services on the Chinese mainland.
Chinese online travel service provider eLong.com has officially launched its mobile reservation service in Beijing.
Chinese lifestyle information and classifieds listings website Ganji.com has announced that it has gained joint investments of USD20 million from Nokia Growth Partners and BlueRun Ventures.
After a half-year trial operation, Ctrip.com has launched its wireless mobile website m.ctrip.com. Consumers now can log on to the site via their mobile phones to book hotel rooms, buy airline tickets, and manage personal information.
Renren.com, the social networking site owned by Oak Pacific Interactive, has launched a beta test version of its new online recruitment platform named alpha, marking Oak Pacific Interactive’s entry into the Chinese online recruitment sector.