Chinese Mobile phone startup rumored to shut down despite massive cash injectionChinese Mobile phone startup rumored to shut down despite massive cash injectionSmartisan, China’s high-profile mobile phone startup founded by Luo Yonghao, known as an Internet celebrity and marketing genius, is rumored to dissolve its Chengdu headquarters, which reportedly received an investment of 600 million yuan from a local state-owned company one year ago.

Alibaba sets up academy to study social impact of technologyAlibaba sets up academy to study social impact of technologyAlibaba Group has stretched its tentacle to working out solutions to the global challenges faced by the societies arising from the fast d…

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Alibaba affiliate eyes global logistics network to boost e-commerceAlibaba affiliate eyes global logistics network to boost e-commerceA logistics affiliate of China's e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is accelerating the construction of its grandiose delivery network domest…

Google to invest into JD.com to build more versatile retail infrastructureGoogle to invest into JD.com to build more versatile retail infrastructureUS tech giant Google announced on Monday an investment of $550 million in cash in JD.com, a Chinese e-commerce powerhouse. The deal would…

Tencent to launch e-pass in Greater Bay Area in support of national planTencent to launch e-pass in Greater Bay Area in support of national planInternet giant Tencent will soon launch a digital pass system to facilitate travel, mobile payment and personnel exchange in the Greater …

Alipay striving to make deals with more banks, luxury brands in EuropeAlipay striving to make deals with more banks, luxury brands in EuropeTwo years after expanding into Europe, Alipay said the biggest challenge for its services lies in a highly divided market, and more local…



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