Thursday Tech Briefing: Meituan Rebrands Mobike
Microsoft has confirmed that its search engine, Bing, is currently inaccessible in China.
Reports that Bing’s China service was down began circulating late Wednesday, prompting fears that it could become the latest foreign website to be blocked in the country, joining Google and Facebook.
Microsoft said it was “engaged to determine next steps,” without specifying a reason for the outage. (BBC)
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