With the prospect of the country's favorite photo sharing app never making a comeback, what will fill the void?
Elsewhere in the world, Google reigns surpreme, but in China, search is dominated by a different name: Baidu. One of China’s earliest successful internet companies, Baidu has grown from just a search company into an internet behemoth with offerings ranging from music and video to cloud storage and antivirus software. And with the company now facing increased pressure from rivals and expanding into Southeast Asia, it’s an exciting time to be watching Baidu.
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"The DuBike system includes sensors on the bike as well as apps in the cloud," confirmed Baidu to TechinAsia today.
The next frontier in the internet of things? Chinese web giant Baidu has just announced a smartphone-connected home blood pressure monitor dubbed Mumu BP 2.
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Chinese web giant Baidu today launched a new personal investment fund that lets users crowd-invest in upcoming movies and television shows.
Apple's allowance of third-party keyboards iOS isn't just about "openness" - it's also about getting more Chinese to buy iPhones.
Alibaba will be the third-biggest internet company in the world by market cap if analysts' estimates hold up.
In three years, you might see a partially self-driving BMW roaming about Beijing
The smart chopsticks, called Kuaisou, can test food for safety issues. It’s limited to sampling the oil to detect dangerously substandard cooking oil.
Chinese search engine titan Baidu has just teased a working prototype of its upcoming Google Glass rival that’s called Baidu Eye.
The Chinese search giant looks set to bring indoor mapping technology to the country's brick-and-mortar retailers.
Tencent’s and Baidu’s $814M joint venture with Wanda signals the coming tide of in-store WeChat payments
China's largest tech corporations are rushing to penetrate an industry that's historically not tech-savvy - brick-and-mortar retail.
Android’s firm hold on the market has only grown stronger. Baidu says Android has 79 percent market share in China, up from 73 percent one year earlier.
Baidu CEO Robin Li hails the fact that the company’s mobile revenue now accounts for 30 percent of the web giant's total revenue.