The well-known Chinese executive and censorship critic posts a list of how often his comments on social networks are deleted. It's a lot.
Former Google China chief gets kicked off China-based microblogging sites after complaining about state controls over the Internet.
The founder of Microsoft's Chinese research group, who Microsoft sued in a failed attempt to prevent from joining Google, has just published an English translation of his Chinese book, "Making A World Of Difference."
In 2005, Lee decamped from Microsoft to take over Google's China operations, sparking a legal battle between the companies. Now he's starting his own venture.
I'm now sitting in the opening keynote of the 17th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2008) here in Beijing, adjacent to the newly opened Olympic Stadium.
Kai-fu Lee, now focused on Chinese start-ups after heading Google's China ops, says Apple is ready to unveil a sub-$1,000 tablet PC--and to churn out 10 million in the first year.
Kai-Fu Lee, president of the Google's Greater China operation, says the company plans to beef up its Chinese workforce by 30 percent.
Blaise Aguera y Arcas, who played a key role in development of Microsoft's Bing, has left the software giant for a position at Google, The New York Times reports.