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Chinese e-commerce platform has the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite on sale! But it's not related to the Mi A2 at all. In fact, it's a different phone entirely!
It is going against an earlier report saying that a Google Maps app for iOS had popped up with ties to Alibaba's mapping app, AutoNavi.
By many indications, Google seems to have made a partnership with an Alibaba subsidiary in order to return its Maps service back to the very restrictive regime of China.
China-based e-commerce giant Alibaba has taken the wraps off a domestic-focused smart speaker inspired by the Echo, dubbed Tmall Genie.
JD.com and Baidu both already have smart speakers out with their own artificial intelligence backends. Will Alibaba disrupt this space in the early runs?
It really does not seem like a practical mobile payments system when compared to ones already available in the US, but there is a market for Alipay here.
Launched in China a few months back, Samsung Pay deals a heavy blow to Apple Pay... for a change, being the first of the two to offer Alipay integration
South Korea and the United States are bases for some major mobile payment systems which are now and will soon serving several other countries in Europe and North America. But alas, China has been the elephant in the room and the hardest nut to negotiate a way into. Within China, Alibaba’s been doing the work, but with a surge of interest in Apple, it’d help things out that Apple get in and play.
It seems that it has as the company has reportedly struck a preliminary agreement with China’s only domestic card issuer, UnionPay, to use the payment network’s [...]
Apple Pay started its international romp over the past quarter after having been bound by continental shores just before. Sure, you may have a bit of trick to pull if you need to make a purchase above £30 in the United Kingdom on the popular Apple Pay or other systems, but improvements and farther reaches have been slowly and surely coming. Now we’re getting word of some huge real estate Apple wants to tackle: China.
Apple has taken $13.4 million to set up shop in China within Shanghai’s free-trade zone as Apple Technology Service (Shanghai) Ltd. and is awaiting for [...]