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Baidu doubles the reach of its maps service to tap into China’s global travel boom - http://www.sogotechnews.com/2016/11/30/baidu-doubles-the-reach-of-its-maps-service-to-tap-into-chinas-global-travel-boom/?utm_source=Pinterest&utm_medium=autoshare&utm_campaign=SOGO+Tech+News

With an estimated 597 million people active on social media in China, the country’s top 10 sites actually have a staggering 3.2 billion individual accounts. Read more: http://www.techinasia.com/2013-china-top-10-social-sites-infographic/
from Tech in Asia

Check Out the Numbers on China’s Top 10 Social Media Sites (Infographic)

With an estimated 597 million people active on social media in China, the country’s top 10 sites actually have a staggering 3.2 billion individual accounts. Read more: http://www.techinasia.com/2013-china-top-10-social-sites-infographic/

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Baidu just set up a $3 billion fund to back maturing startups - http://www.popularaz.com/baidu-just-set-up-a-3-billion-fund-to-back-maturing-startups/

from TechRadar

China-based web company Baidu wins right to censor search results

China-based web services company Baidu has won the right to exclude pro-democracy results from its US search engine results following a cour...

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China's Baidu Leaps on to Mobile with Speedy HTML5 Android Browser

Baidu, China’s Google, jumps on mobile, launches speedy Android browser

from BBC News

'Smart' chopsticks unveiled in China

Electronic chopsticks that can detect whether food is unsafe to eat have been unveiled by Chinese tech company Baidu. (BBC News)