Buying coffee... buying groceries... paying utility bills... WeChat wants to help you do all that along with being a social network. But how good is it?
The popular social app wants to take your money, now.
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.
WeChat got a minor update on iOS overnight that adds in the ability for users to transfer money to each other.
WeChat is taking its ecommerce ambitions one big step forward today by allowing anyone to set up a store inside WeChat.
Tencent radically shakes up its ecommerce strategy as it takes a 15 percent stake in Alibaba rival JD
Tencent (HKG: 0700), the tech giant behind China’s QQ and WeChat messaging apps, is radically shaking up its ecommerce operations by forming a strategic partner...
WeChat, the popular messaging app made by Tencent, is pushing even further into mobile commerce territory. Today Tencent (HKG:0700) added support for any brands...
Chinese WeChat users sent out 20 million cash-filled red envelopes to friends and family within two days
Last week WeChat, the popular Chinese messaging app, launched a feature letting users based in China gift money to friends and family. The feature went viral in...
Just a year or two ago, Alibaba’s Alipay was really the only game in town when it came to online payments in China. It dominated its competitors, and had the lu...