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NFL games are now live streaming on China’s Sina Weibo network

NFL games are now live streaming on Chinas Sina Weibo network

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NFL to live-stream Super Bowl, additional games in China on Sina Weibo

Weibo CEO Says Clutter Suits Its Chinese Audience

Weibo CEO: Clutter is good for us, and microblogging can thrive alongside messaging apps

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Instagram for Android Arrives, But Missing Sina Weibo Support

The massively popular Instagram app has just arrived on Android – but, oddly, it is missing the support for Sina Weibo, China’s hottest microblog service, that was added to its iOS version last month. More: http://www.techinasia.com/instagram-for-android-missing-sina-weibo-support/

Sina Weibo Breaks 300 Million Registered Users, Mobile Users Growing

Sina published some new statistics about its microblogging service, Sina Weibo. More: http://www.techinasia.com/sina-weibo-breaks-300-million-registered-users-mobile-users-growing/

Why I Think Real Name Registration Hasn’t Really Affected Sina Weibo

We’ve done an awful lot of talking about weibo real-name registration here at Tech in Asia, because it’s both interesting and important. But one thing we haven’t talked about is how Sina’s half-assed approach to the real name rules has affected how many people are actually using the site. More: http://www.techinasia.com/real-registration-affected-sina-weibo/

Sina Weibo Valued at $6 Billion

Today's social media landscape is a congested and consolidated one that is not easy for new services to enter, particularly those that fail to offer clear differentiation over what already exists and used by millions!!! What do you say about this?

British Prime Minister David Cameron joins Sina Weibo, China's Twitter

British Prime Minister David Cameron joins Sina Weibo, China's Twitter