All items tagged with "Baidu"

Apple Releases Safari 6 For OS X Lion

Apple Releases Safari 6 For OS X Lion

A little treat for those sticking to OS X Lion.

If you’ve decided to wait for OS X Mountain Lion until all of your apps are compatible, don’t think Apple has forgotten all about you already. The Cupertino company has just released Safari 6 for OS X Lion, which introduces a number of new features, including the smart search field, an offline Reading List, and more.

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Apple Adding Baidu Search Engine For Chinese iPhone Owners [Report]

Apple Adding Baidu Search Engine For Chinese iPhone Owners [Report]

Chinese iPhone owners rejoice!

Apple offers a number of search engines for iOS users, including Google, Yahoo! and Microsoft Bing. According to a new report today, Apple will be adding Baidu search engine support for iPhone owners in China as early as next week. The feature will likely be announced alongside other iOS 6 announcements at WWDC.

Baidu is basically the Google of China, owning 80% of the market there while Google only owns 17%. It’s not surprising that Apple would want to support the largest search engine in the iPhone and iPad’s fastest growing market. Not to mention that this is another move that pushes a certain company farther away from iOS.

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Apple Woos Chinese Speakers With New Mac Features [OS X Mountain Lion]

Chinese features in Mountain Lion

Hey China! Apple loves you. To prove it, there are a whole bunch of China-specific features built into OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.

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Chinese Authors Sue Apple For $1.9 Million Over iBooks Copyright Violations [Report]

Chinese Authors Sue Apple For $1.9 Million Over iBooks Copyright Violations [Report]

A group of Chinese authors have reportedly filed a lawsuit against Apple in Beijing claiming that the Cupertino company is infringing copyright with books sold through its iBookstore. The Chinese financial magazine Caixin reports that nine authors from the China Written Works Copyright Society (CWWCS) are involved in the suit, which is hoping to secure 11.9 million yuan ($1.9 million) in compensation.

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