Online restaurant reservation service, Chope, inks partnerships with a lifestyle news website in China as well as TripAdvisor, as the three-year-old startup looks to reach more diners and F&B outlets in the region.
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After huge success in the Japanese market, adultery website Ashley Madison is now making a push to mainland China by testing the waters in Hong Kong.
With eVoice, small businesses can now make it simpler for customers or prospects to initiate a phone conversation.
Gaopeng.com, Groupon's joint venture in China, will reportedly merge with another local daily deal website FTuan.
Microsoft has shut down Office Live Small Business, the hosted website creation and business email platform that has since been superseded by Office 365.Office 365 took over from Office Live Small Business (OLSB), Live@edu and BPOS in late 2010.
The Zamzar website, which converts files between formats, has launched a new service: it will now convert files submitted by email. This could be particular useful to smartphone users who are often emailed files that their device is unable to display.
Hackers have broken into Lady Gaga's website and stolen thousands of personal details, according to the Guardian.The Swagsec hacker group stole Lady Gaga fans' details on 27 June, including names and email addresses.
According to an email sent out by Groupon India they have asked users to change their passwords due to a possible security breach found. The website has assured users that no financial information was leaked.
Of late, many of my organisational computational tools are online (Google Apps for company email, contacts, calendar and presentations; WordPress, Eventbrite, MailChimp, Google Analytics, bit.ly, Vimeo, and DreamHost panel for my website; Remember The Milk todo manager, NetVibes feed reader, online banking, Flickr for my blog… you get the idea).
Net Applications has reported an increase Internet Explorer's market share with the release of new data from the CIA showing a huge growth in Internet use in China. The NetMarketshare website bases its figures on browser use at a selection of websites then adjusts them to reflect the global population of net users.
Telstra has scored a win for its T-Suite software as a service platform, with property website realestate.com.au signing up for the platform's Microsoft Exchange email product for 750 employees across Australia, Italy, Luxembourg and Hong Kong.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has launched an investigation into a security hole in the AT&T website that hackers exploited to gain iPad users' email addresses
More patent lawsuits involving Apple, announcements from Intel, AMD and Dell, a peculiar Google outage in China and the slow start for JooJoo lead today’s themes. You can get the day’s rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.
Customers have begun receiving iPad shipping confirmations via email. The only problem is that they're shipping from Shenzhen, China and unlikely to arrive any earlier than the contracted, April 3 date.
The aftermath of Google-China, CTIA showdowns and a hacking contest are the key themes of the day. You can get the day’s rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.
Google's China exit, an iPad countdown and a new week for Palm are the themes of the day. You can get the day’s rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.
Google might be calling it quits in China after a number of problems plaguing the search engine giant over there, namely repeated targeted email attacks and conflicts with the Chinese government over searchable content.
The Guardian Jobs website has come under attack from a 'sophisticated and deliberate hack' that has exposed sensitive data, according to an email sent to affected users on Saturday.The breach is related to data submitted by people who have applied for a job via the Guardian Jobs site.
Here's a summary of how the Waxman-Markey bill before Congress relates to the Copenhagen climate change conference in December and how that in turn depends on what China does, or doesn't do, which in turn will push or pull Congress.Here's link to the Copenhagen conference website.
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