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Baidu in talks to create smart TVs -- report

The Chinese search giant is said to be in discussions with Huan Technology to develop a set-top box or chip for smart TVs -- a move designed to take on Alibaba's move into Internet TV.

By August 28, 2013


Baidu to spend $1.9 billion on app distribution company

The acquisition of 91 Wireless, a Chinese app platform company, helps Baidu expand its presence in the mobile app space.

By July 16, 2013


Baidu integration lands on iOS as early as next week, report says

According to Bloomberg, Apple could make integration of the Chinese search engine in iOS a reality at next week's Worldwide Developers Conference.

By June 7, 2012


Baidu integration in iOS still in the works?

If it comes to pass, the search feature would sit alongside Google search for China-based customers looking to search the Web with the operating system's integrated function.

By May 25, 2012


Baidu launches Android phone with eye on Windows Phone, iOS

The company is reportedly considering bringing its Cloud Smart Terminal platform to Windows Phone 7 and iOS too, though it's not clear how amenable Apple would be.

By May 15, 2012


Baidu integration coming to iOS, report says

China's top search engine might soon find its way to Apple's iOS platform, according to a report out of the country.

By March 26, 2012


Dell, Baidu team up for tablets, phones for China

The PC maker and the Chinese search engine are working together to create smartphones and tablets for the Chinese market.

By September 6, 2011


Baidu launches browser with Chrome-like design

China's largest search engine comes with a single bar that can be used to input Web addresses or searches. It also has a marketplace to download thousands of applications.

By July 20, 2011


Baidu signs distribution deal with music labels

Chinese search giant will license catalogs from Universal Music, Warner Music, and Sony Music for streaming and downloading.

By July 18, 2011


Microsoft signs search pact with China's Baidu

The two Google rivals are teaming up for search results in China, territory Google left after censorship concerns.

By July 4, 2011