SHANGHAI | By Andy Xie via Caixin | The current Internet boom and the new economy, centered around social networking, e-commerce and online gaming, has not produced a significant productivity boost for the economy and likely will not in the future. The boom is mostly about redistributing existing demand from offline to online.
BEIJING | By Zhu Yishi at Caixin | The war between the country’s two Internet giants, Tencent Holding and Alibaba Group, in the mobile Internet arena has escalated. The Internet giants enter the mobile Internet industry with different strengths but a similar determination to come out on top.
MADRID/BRUSSELS | Most European users of Internet-connected mobile phones–81%–aren’t willing to pay higher bills even if this brought improvements in speed or download capacity
LONDON | By Victor Jimenez | That the CBI has aired a word in favour of their smaller colleagues reveals the extent to which the real economy strives to free itself from the anti-pro austerity meaningless conflict.
Like other American tech giants such as Facebook, Google or Microsoft, Spain is the new gate for Twitter’s international expansion… although all of them go to Ireland to pay taxes.
Students and politicians know it: a remarkable number of followers make a Twitter profile shine, look cooler or more credible. And not all of them…
Infoadex published this week the advertising investment data in media in Spain during the first quarter of 2012. To most financial analysts, the figures are…
NEW YORK | “It’s the same Google experience that you’re used to, with the same controls,” said the company about its new privacy rules on…
NEW YORK | You update your status. You share last weekend pictures in the snow and react on your colleague’s comments to the football game….