Authorities in China today issued interim provisions that crack down on WeChat and other messaging apps.
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Facebook hits new milestone, now makes an average of $1 from each of its 410 million active users in Asia
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The hotly anticipated WeChat edition of Candy Crush Saga is now out on Android.
“We think it’s a ridiculous accusation,” says one of the guys behind Oi, which is made by an Australian startup.
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Inbound marketing: how social media can be your startup’s strongest and cheapest lead generation machine
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And now here’s the Chinese version of Yo. It’s called Hehe, which is the sound of laughter in Chinese (just as it is in English).