China’s WeChat, the instant messaging app by Tencent, has Facebook’s WhatsApp, Japan’s Line, and Microsoft’s Skype service in its sights …
Chinese information technology solutions provider Ultrapower’s wholly-owned subsidiary is helping China’s biggest mobile provider compete with instant messaging apps like Facebook’s Whatsapp, Tencent’s Wechat, and Apple’s iMessage.
Microsoft will officially close its instant messaging service MSN in China on October 31, 2014. Microsoft already shut down MSN services worldwide in March 2013, with the exclusion of the Chinese mainland market; and the company started promoting its other communications product Skype. According to Microsoft, Chinese MSN services will be shut down on October […]
Chinese Internet company Tencent announced that its WeChat service has gained over 50 million registered users.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has announced plans to acquire the MSNLite team, which will focus on the research and development of the PC version of Xiaomi’s instant messaging application after the acquisition.
Chinese Internet company Tencent revealed in its financial report for the first quarter of 2012 that the company acquired a 13.84% stake in KakaoTalk, a South Korean mobile communication application, for CNY403 million.
Chinese Internet company NetEase.com has announced the official launch of its instant messaging product for corporate users.
Chinese social networking site Renren.com has reportedly formed a strategic partnership with MSN China in sectors including social networking, instant messaging service, and open platform development.
Chinese Internet company Tencent has published its unaudited financial report for the second quarter of 2011, stating that its overall operating revenue reached CNY6.739 billion, an increase of 6.3% compared with the previous quarter and an increase of 44.3% compared with the same period last year.
Tencent will incorporate Avira’s Internet security scanning engine and core technology into Tencent’s QQ Computer Manager 5.0 Anniversary Preview Edition.
Chinese Internet giant Tencent has announced that it is cooperating with China Telecom and five mobile phone manufacturers in the launch of six smartphone products, which have the embedded QQ-service platforms.
According to reports in local media, the Chinese Internet portal NetEase.com is in contact with MSN China and intends to take a 50% stake in MSN China from Shanghai Alliance Investment.