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  • 1. Week  of  November  14,  2011   Digital Report  www.asiadigitalmap.com                                                Since  2009   Google  officially  launches  Google  Music   (headline) After introducing its music service as a “beta” version in May, Google now launched Google Music as a complete suite of music services. Google Music is the Search Engine giant’s attempt to take on iTunes and Amazon in the music store and cloud music storage space. The big news is that Google finally has a store that partners with artists and labels to give users the opportunity to buy music (legally). Source: http://www.mashable.com/ Social  movie  review  website  for  Bollywood   A new Indian website, Muvi.com, is set to become the RottenTomatoes of India. This is a testament to India’s booming home-grown social media and digital scene. The site uses its own algorithms to rate movies. 50 percent of the score comes from established movie critics, 30 percent from tweets and the remaining 20 percent from user reviews on the site. At the moment, the site is still in private beta but counts already more than 12,500 users. Source: http://www.penn-olson.com/ New  Google  study  on  Smartphone  usage  in  China     Google released a new study on Smartphone usage in China. Some important findings are: 1.  Of all Chinese urban residents that own a mobile phone, 35% use a smartphone 2.  China ranks 3rd in the category of daily smartphone usage (time spent with/on smartphone) 3.  50 percent of China’s smartphone users notice mobile ads 4.  64 percent of China’s smartphone users conduct online searches every week For more info, visit http://it.sohu.com/20111107/n324791922.shtml/ (Chinese) Source: http://www.penn-olson.com/

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