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  • valueplay_2000 valueplay_2000 Mar 13, 2010 8:12 AM Flag

    GOOG FT & REUTERS STORIES WITH HOLES IN IT

    SHANGHAI, March 13 (Reuters) - Talks with China over censorship have reached an apparent impasse and Google, the world's largest search engine, is now "99.9 percent" certain to shut its Chinese search engine, the Financial Times said on Saturday.

    It said in a report on its website Google (GOOG.O) had drawn up detailed plans for closing its Chinese search engine.

    The newspaper cited a person familiar with the company's thinking as saying that, while a decision could be made very soon, Google was likely to take some time to follow through with its plans.
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    OK,OK : "people familiar" WHO IS FAMILIAR OUTSIDE OF SCHMIDT,PAGE & THAT LITTLE SH1THEAD BRIN..lol it doesn't get any more phony than THIS.

    now it's a cat and mouse game...CHINA DOES NOT WANT THEM TO LEAVE & BELIEVE ME THEY DON'T WANT TO LEAVE .

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    • It is about Google and Mobile and Video on all SCREENs of your life in Chine and NOT, possibly Search Engine in PCs:


      That is Google possible waited to STEAL ON2 and then .... search engine... China????


      -----Eric Schmidt, Google’s chief executive, told the Financial Times at the time. “We have a good business in China."




      Google’s executives have made it clear that they still hope to stay in the country, whatever the fate of Google.cn. “It’s very important to know we are not pulling out of China,” Eric Schmidt, Google’s chief executive, told the Financial Times at the time. “We have a good business in China. This is about the censorship rules, not anything else.



      http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_G/threadview?m=tm&bn=25263&tid=1313163&mid=-1&tof=11&rt=1&frt=1&off=51



      Re: USA & China AGAINST ON2 shareholders 10-Mar-10 11:33 am

      Add to the list China Mobile, China Unicom, ON2 TrueMobile saystem in China & Chinese Operators: China Mobile, China Unicom, and Possibly China Netcom.


      1) Hantro & Vimicro [China]

      2) ON2 & China Netcom

      3) ON2 & China Nanwang Multimedia Technology

      4) ON2 & CTTNet [China]

      5) Hantro(ON2) & Spreadtrum [China]

      6) ON2 & Tencent [China]

      7) ON2 & Tudou.com [China]

      8) ON2 & 56.com [China]

      9) ON2 and CCTV.com [China]

      10) ON2 & 21Vianet [China]

      11) ON2 & NetEase [China]

      12) ON2 & Shanghai InfoTM [China]


      http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_G/threadview?m=tm&bn=25263&tid=1313163&mid=1313163&tof=11&frt=1


      ON2 customers/partners: China Mobile and Marvell:


      In September 2007, China Mobile and Google, Marvell, China-based software developer Borqs International formed a technology alliance to promote a Linux-based open mobile system (OMS), integrating mobile applications specifically for the China market.



      ----Sources indicate that Chine Mobile originally planned to offer a Google phone by the end of this year [2008]


      Will China Mobile offer the Google Android phone?
      Under: Google Android, Mobile Phones, News Date: September 29th, 2008

      The latest rumour is that Chine Mobile may be offering Android based mobile phones, well that’s the word coming from industry sources in Taiwan, and the facts do suggest that this is possible in the future.

      Firstly, China Mobile is the only China-based mobile operator that is a member of Google’s Open Handset Alliance. Secondly, In September 2007, China Mobile and Google, Marvell, China-based software developer Borqs International formed a technology alliance to promote a Linux-based open mobile system (OMS), integrating mobile applications specifically for the China market.

      Sources indicate that Chine Mobile originally planned to offer a Google phone by the end of this year along with OMS apps developed by Borgs; however it is more than likely that Chine mobile will now postpone any launch of the Google phone until Q2 of 09.

      http://www.phonesreview.co.uk/2008/09/29/will-china-mobile-offer-the-google-android-phone/

 
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