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Motorola to Put Bing Search on Android Phones

Motorola will start loading Microsoft Bing search and map services onto its Android smartphones in China, and possibly elsewhere later.

Twitter to Begin Screening Some Links for Phishing

Twitter launched a new link-screening service aimed at preventing phishing and other malicious attacks on users of the popular microblogging service.

Chinese Companies Plan Tablet PCs Amid Apple IPad Hype

Several Chinese companies have jumped on the tablet PC bandwagon as buyers await the sale of the iPad, possibly presaging wide imitation of the Apple device.

Thailand Approves Credit Card Hacker's Extradition to US

A Thai court has approved the extradition to the U.S. of a Malaysian man allegedly involved in a big credit card hacking ring of which U.S. citizens were victim

Officials Cloud Status of Google-China Talks

China's IT ministry has not formally talked to Google about its row with the Chinese government, an official said, leaving unclear the status of talks.

Android Largely Unharmed in Google-China Row

A mobile phone with Google's Android OS that was delayed in China will ship next week, another sign that Android is largely unharmed by the Google-China row.

Company Puts Android on Laptop With China-backed Chips

A Chinese company is tweaking Google’s Android OS to run on a laptop using homegrown Chinese microprocessors, which are backed by the government.

China Unicom to Use Android Despite Google-China Row

Chinese state-owned mobile carrier China Unicom will use Google’s Android OS on phones, despite a row between Google and the Chinese government.

Apple IPhone With Wi-Fi May Soon Enter China

China Unicom is in talks with Apple to sell a version of the iPhone with Wi-Fi, something the companies could not do previously due to Chinese regulations.

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Users Fear Big Chinese Twitter-like Site May Not Reopen

Popular Chinese microblog service Fanfou, shut down last year after ethnic riots in China, triggered concern among users that it may not reopen.

ICANN Head Visiting China After 'dot-China' Request

The head of ICANN will visit China this week as the country awaits approval domain names ending in "dot-China," written with Chinese script.

Baidu: Registrar 'incredibly' Changed Our E-mail for Hacker

Chinese search engine Baidu says a hacker who took down its site accessed its domain registrar account during an online chat with the registrar's tech help.

Web Conferencing: New Tools Go Beyond Screen Sharing

Global teams could benefit from evolving web conferencing tools that allow individuals to jointly use browser-based apps.

Source: Google Cancels Android Developer Event in China

Google's row with China has led it to cancel an event for Android developers in China next week, according to a person familiar with the situation.

Xerox Sues Google, YouTube and Yahoo Over Search Patents

Xerox has filed a lawsuit against Yahoo, Google and Google's YouTube alleging infringement of Xerox patents on search technology.