A partnership between Australian-listed m-commerce player 99 Wuxian and Chinese bankcard company China UnionPay will see the launch of a new cloud-based point-of-sale platform in 2015.
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During a 'road trip' to China, Apple's CEO Tim Cook said that the company is planning to extend its influence in the region within the next few years.
The new online company will be tasked with selling smart devices and services in China.
Google Capital has made its first investment in China, backing a $38 million Series C investment in Chinese cloud computing optical transceiver company InnoLight Technology Corporation.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella plans to visit China at a time when the company is under investigation by the Chinese government over alleged antitrust behavior.
Invigor Group has acquired Search Results Group, worth AU$5.8 million, as its next step of transforming the company into a digital solutions group.
The start of search operations coincides with a series of Brazil-China technology agreements.
Lower court in China rules against Apple and says a Chinese company has the patent over a similar intelligent assistant.
A Shanghai semiconductor company filed a trademark law suit against Qualcomm, claiming the US chip giant unlawfully used its trademark in China over the past decade.
Korean search giant Daum, and mobile messenger company, Kakao, will conduct a share swap to create Daum Kakao, the second largest listed company on the nation's KOSDAQ exchange.
Several staff at Kuaibo, a popular video playing and downloading site, are under criminal detention.
Walmart Labs' 12th acquisition gives its technologies to better tailor pitches to the retailer's 245 million weekly customers.
Jack Ma, founder of China's biggest e-commerce company and Shi Yuzhu, famous internet venture capitalist, make their move in the booming new media industry in China.
As the manufacturer looks to diversify its services, reports suggest the firm is seeking to buy cable company China Network Systems.
The first steps of adding extra encryption through Yahoo's services has been completed, with the company encrypting its search results and links between its datacentres.
Online users in the country were redirected to a webpage operated by a U.S. tech company which clients include The Epoch Times, a newspaper run by the Falun Gong religious group which is outlawed in China.
Apple CEO Tim Cook noted that China is "an extremely important market" to the company and touted a deal with China Mobile. The biggest perk is that Apple gets a distribution boost for the iPhone.
In China, Samsung's Galaxy S3 and Note 2 smartphones were found to have faulty data storage chips. State-owned TV pushed the company to provide a solution.
The Times columnist's move to Yahoo says a lot about how much the search company had changed in just two years.
Singapore-based developer of stock market simulation app, TradeHero, banks US$10 million in Series A funding which the company says will go toward expanding its portfolio and operations into markets like China.
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