Asian Mobile Operators Well-Represented in Global Top 20

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Here’s an interesting report from Wireless Intelligence ranking the top 20 global mobile operators according to revenue. As you might expect, China Mobile is way out front with revenue of almost US$20 million […] Related posts: 98% Recommend Global Mobile Internet Conference Last year’s Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) was a huge… Global Mobile Internet Conference, Day 1 Live Blog …

The Mobile Internet in Emerging Markets

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At the Global Mobile Internet Conference in Beijing, there was a discussion on the development of the mobile internet in emerging markets around Asia. Here are some selected highlights. Participants: Daniel Morton, CFO, […] Related posts: The Road Towards a Mobile Internet IPO Keynote: Road for mobile internet IPO Michael Song said that… The Future of Mobile Internet Surfing In …

10 Early Stage Start-up Pitches [LIVE BLOG] #gstartup

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Live notes on start-up pitches. 16Fun (China) Focuses on mobile games imitating virtual reality Features include playing games with friends Business model: Virtual currency, in-app purchases, linking game with business owners Distribution strategy: […] Related posts: Global Mobile Internet Conference, Day 1 Live Blog Live updates from the Global Mobile Internet Conference in Beijing,… East Ventures Jakarta Ventures Night [LIVE …

China Police Tweets with the Public

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We have a list of 18 really interesting ways people are using Twitter and that includes stopping bicycle thieves in Boston. We’re seeing a similar use in China’s micro-blog, Sina Weibo (????). The police department in Beijing has found micro-blogging a useful way to connect with the public. Peace Beijing (????) is the official Sina Weibo micro-blog account […] Related posts: …

Google Slides To Third Place In Chinese Online Ad Market

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It’s a pretty well-known fact that Baidu’s beaten Google in China, and all of Google’s efforts to reverse that fact haven’t accomplished much.  Unfortunately for the company, those efforts also failed to hold off another rival, as a new report puts Alibaba ahead of Google in the online ad market. Owen Fletcher wrote earlier today, "In a breakdown of Chinese …