Posts Tagged ‘AOL’

Facebook Hits The Same Wall As Apple In China

The leaders of Facebook and Apple were in China this past week on separate missions with the same goal: gain better transparency and more access to the Chinese market. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg was in Beijing for an event at a local university, and Apple’s Tim Cook met with Chinese Vice Premier Ma Kai to review […]


Tencent Does Gaming Deal In America

Mochi Media has inked an online games distribution partnership with Tencent America, a subsidiary of mainland China’s Tencent Holdings, that gives users of QQ Games, Tencent America’s free multiplayer gaming service for the U.S. market, access to thousands of titles from MochiAds, Mochi Media’s network of online games.


Digital China Unveils New B2C Website

Digital China, a Chinese IT service provider, has launched its B2C website xgou.com, providing IT, communications and consumer electronics products.


AOL Opens Chinese Website

America Online finally opened its Chinese website on September 9, 2008.


The Americans Are Coming: AOL Lands In Beijing

AOL’s research and development company has been unveiled in Beijing with the Chinese name of Aolong (Beijing) Technology Development Co., Ltd.


Rumor: AOL To Enter Mainland Chinese Market

A rumor has been going through Chinese media that AOL is coming to China and it is sending job invitations via local job hunters to editors of many Chinese portal websites.


AOL Tries For Hong Kong

Days after stepping into Taiwan in a Herculean attempt to compete with local Web portals, AOL has now established a Hong Kong presence with the launch of an AOL.hk web domain.


AOL Converting Taiwanese To American Internet

Almost ten years after it first made an investment in second-tier Chinese web portal China.com, AOL has now announced a beta launch — not even a full service — of AOL.tw, a dedicated website for the region.