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Mobile boosts Baidu's second-quarter revenues; buy-outs grip sector

BEIJING/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Revenues from Baidu Inc's mobile services surpassed 10 percent of its quarterly total for the first time in the April-June period, dispelling fears that China's largest Internet search was losing market share to rivals. Full story

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Shares of Baidu Inc., which operates China's most popular search engine, climbed Tuesday after it said would buy 91 Wireless, a distributor of smartphone applications and games, for $1.9 billion. Full story

Baidu to buy Chinese app store for $1.9 billion

(Reuters) - Baidu Inc, China's top search engine, plans to acquire app store 91 Wireless for $1.9 billion to strengthen its foothold in the country's highly competitive mobile computing sector. Full story

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