(BBC) - China's search giant Baidu is trying to fend off rival search engine Qihoo 360, launched less than a fortnight ago.
Qihoo told the BBC that the market leader had been using aggressive measures to preserve its user base.
It said that when people used its new engine to search for a Baidu-related service, its rival re-directed them to its own search page.
Qihoo said it had now decided to prioritise services other than Baidu's in its results. Baidu did not comment.
One analyst said that it was unlikely Qihoo would threaten Baidu's lead in the short term, but the dispute was already frustrating web users. At the moment, Baidu has an 80% share of the Chinese search market... Source/Origin >> Read More