taiwanese users

taiwanese users

Mobile messaging service LINE opens new office in Taiwan to help grow its international userbase

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LINE, a cross-platform mobile messaging app with more than 160 million registered users, is doubling its efforts in Taiwan by opening a new office and kicking off a fresh recruitment drive in the region. Cindy Park, Manager of LINE Business Office, was quoted at a promotional event in Taipei by Focus...
Mobile messaging service LINE opens new office in Taiwan to help grow its international userbase

Japan's DeNA partners YahooKimo to bring its mobile social gaming platform to Taiwan

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Japanese mobile social gaming firm DeNA is stepping up its focus on Taiwan after it partnered with YahooKimo to provide localized versions of its gaming titles via the popular local Web portal, which is owned by Yahoo Inc. and sees 13 million unique monthly visitors. Visitors to the YahooKimo mobile...
Japan's DeNA partners YahooKimo to bring its mobile social gaming platform to Taiwan

Why Koreans Love Tumblr, And Other Social Network Surprises

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URL shortening service Bit.ly has released a breakdown of social network service usage worldwide--and there are some surprises. Bitly, the popular URL-shortening service, released a graphic visualization of the world's social networking site usage this week. The interactive graphic, which includes international favorites such as Weibo and Renren (China),...
Why Koreans Love Tumblr, And Other Social Network Surprises

Choosing your Facebook profile photo might have more to do with your culture than your realise

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A lot of thought probably goes into the photo you choose to use for your Facebook profile, but a new study shows that your culture might have far more to do with that decision than you think. Research Digest points to a study which shows that Facebook users in the US...
Choosing your Facebook profile photo might have more to do with your culture than your realise

Paid apps return to Google Play in Taiwan after 18 months of legal wrangling

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Android users living in Taiwan have something to celebrate: paid apps have returned to the Google Play store. The ability to purchase apps from the Taiwanese Play store was suspended over a year and a half ago when Google entered a legal battle with the local government. The issue?...
Paid apps return to Google Play in Taiwan after 18 months of legal wrangling
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