China’s tech giants are working hard to make sure that consumers use their phones to pay for things. Today Alipay Wallet, the Alibaba-affiliated mobile wallet, announced it now enables Chinese users t...
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Soon you can buy stuff on Taobao with your mug.
During the 24-hour period of Chinese New Year’s Eve, users of the Alipay Wallet app gifted a lot of cash to their buddies and family members.
Alibaba and Tencent ramped up the taxi-booking battle in China by incorporating the startup services in their own mobile apps.
What could go wrong when you're giving away free money? Quite a lot, as Alibaba's Alipay discovered yesterday.
This year, Tencent announced plans to unleash 500 million red envelopes full of cash and another 3 billion virtual coupons to WeChat users over a 10-day period.
China's ecommerce giant wants in on India.
China's WeChat has just shut down sharing connections between WeChat and a number of Alibaba apps, including Alipay's red envelope service.
Wanda Group, the brick-and-mortar conglomerate that formed a US$814 million joint venture with Baidu and Tencent, bought a stake in online payment firm 99Bill.
Lei Jun’s share of Xiaomi is worth US$31 billion to US$38.9 billion, well above Ma and somewhere in the range of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Alibaba announced China’s biggest online payment system and online marketplace launched their channels for Australian merchants to sell their goods in China.
V-Key gains an important new customer in China's largest online payment processor.
The Alibaba-affiliated payment processor is launching a ePass, which provides western ecommerce site with access to Chinese shipping and logistics services.
This poor showing might be the result of unstable market conditions.
The Chinese ecommerce giant continues to get serious about entering the banking sector.
Two of China's internet giants are already investing money to merge their e-commerce businesses with the country's retail vendors.
Tencent’s and Baidu’s $814M joint venture with Wanda signals the coming tide of in-store WeChat payments
China's largest tech corporations are rushing to penetrate an industry that's historically not tech-savvy - brick-and-mortar retail.