Friday, October 26, 2007

Google to focus on mobile Internet in China

Google says it's grappling with an unusual challenge in China's Internet market how to cater to masses of Web surfers who go online for the first time via mobile devices, rather than migrating from PCs. That is prompting the company to design new products tailored to the local market, and it may make more acquisitions in the country to help that along, Lee Kai-fu, Google Inc's president for greater China, said.

1 comment:

hanum said...

IT security consultancy Sophos said the number of companyfocused internet attacks was doubling each year, potentially costing companies billions of pounds through piracy, spying, sabotage and blackmail.