Jun 30, 2011
China Mobile (NYSE: CHL; 0941.HK) will reportedly merge its various mobile internet properties such as its Monternet WAP portal, Fetion mobile IM software, 139.com "Shuike" microblogging service, and the Mobile Market app store under the management of Guangdong Mobile, according to an industry source.
Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer Routon Electronic responded to Chinese online video site LeTV's (Leshi) (300104.SZ) allegations of copyright infringement yesterday, saying that Routon's products and servers contained no infringing content and that its products constituted no infringement upon LeTV's rights.
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