Kakao Taxi is set to launch in the first quarter of 2015, initially just in South Korea.
As the world of mobile payments integrates with social media, the lines between communication and commerce will continue to blur.
By creating this fund, it hopes to find “new sources of growth for Daum Kakao” and move away from its core messaging service.
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Following a media uproar regarding South Korea's alleged plans to curb the spread of online rumors, Daum Kakao is trying to assure its users their data is safe.
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Daum Kakao had initially complied with the authorities, providing the communication logs of users on a weekly basis.
The newly merged firm, which will be called Daum-Kakao, will certainly give Korea’s other unicorn Naver a run for its money.
Status updates made by users in Japan now support Pusheen, Meep, and other stickers in the comments.
China got the internet in 1994. But soon after, the government started working on ways to restrict it. Here's a list of all the major sites that are now blocked.
KakaoTalk adds in epayments to its messaging app. But at the moment this is just for South Korea and for Android users.
KakaoTalk now has 520 social games, along with 20 million monthly active gamers.
VNG has made millions off of its desktop gaming platform, but now it faces the challenge of transitioning everything to mobile. How will this $1 billion Vietnamese company make it happen?
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Korean messaging app KakaoTalk to merge with Daum, the country’s second-largest web portal (UPDATED)
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Korean chat app company, Kakao, has disclosed that its 2013 revenue hit $203 million, netting $59 million in profits.