Sina, which owns the Twitter-like Weibo, added a mobile check-in service called WeiLingDi.
Weibo — “China’s Twitter” — already represents one of the top five-most important Web entities in China, and with the mobile check-in service, this new service will tighten its grip on the “real-time web” in China.
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