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‘Desperate Housewives,’ ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Streaming to Chinese Viewers

Hollywood studios are set to break into China's massive Internet market as domestic video sites scramble to screen U.S. movies and dramas on their digital platforms, a move that could also curb…

China Closes Fake Apple Stores in Southwestern City of Kunming

Officials in the southwest China city of Kunming have ordered two fake Apple shops to close, not because of piracy or copyright concerns, but because the stores did not have an official business…

China Search Engine Baidu Launches Legal Music Service

Baidu, China's largest search engine, signed an agreement with a joint venture owned by Universal Music, Warner Music and Sony Music to distribute songs through its mp3 search service, ending years…

Microsoft Ties Up with China’s Baidu in Search Deal

Baidu, which has three-quarters of China's search market, signed a deal with Microsoft's Bing to offer English-language search to Baidu users, as it eyes an overseas expansion and Microsoft aims to…

China satisfied with Google tweaks

U.S. search company ending partnership with Tianya

China awash in bootleg iPads

Apple has delayed the device's international rollout

Google mobile service blocked in China

Move comes a week after company moved off mainland

Google asks China site to stop using logo

Sends cease and desist letter to search site Goojje

Disney, Google eye China bus media firm

Deal would offer a new platform for promotion

Shanda Games buys U.S. firm for $80 mil

China's second-largest online game company Shanda Games made its first U.S. acquisition on Tuesday, buying online game firm Mochi Media for $80 million, to advance its global ambition and consolidate…

Sohu, Ku6 to show H’wood films

Chinese Internet portal firm Sohu and video sharing firm Ku6 said on Tuesday they will set up a fund to buy licenses to show Hollywood movies and television shows on their Web sites, catering to…

Shanda enters $88 mil joint venture

Chinese media firm Shanda Interactive Entertainment said its unit will set up a joint venture with a Chinese television company with an investment of 600 million yuan ($88 million) to produce and…