Microsoft debuts Twitter-like Juku in China

12/1/2009 | PCWorld

Microsoft has launched an instant-messenger-meets-Twitter hybrid in China, where its chat software remains popular. Though the company is claiming MSN Juku is "a local innovation," the service, which lets users share posts 140 characters at a time, is raising eyebrows from local media. Several other companies have launched Twitter-inspired sites in the Chinese market.

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