A cyber war, between China's two rival social media heavyweights, Sina Weibo and Tencent, has escalated sharply signalling sharpening competition for the country's surging web-based commerce. On Tuesday, Sina Weiba, a micro-blogging platform owned ... Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago
Clash between cyber-titans Alibaba and Tencent intensifies - The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
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China's two largest internet companies Alibaba Group and Tencent Holdings have intensified their rivalry in the world's biggest internet market. Liu Xinzheng, the director of user operations at Sina Weiboa Twitter-like microblogging ...Want China Times, 2 weeks ago AFP - China-Internet-Weibo-Alibaba-WeChat-Tencent Namibia Press Agency, 2 weeks ago Tencent, Alibaba Play Own 'Game Of Thrones' Yahoo! Finance, 3 weeks ago
The war between Sina Weibo and Tencent's WeChat, two big players in China's social media game, escalated when Sina Weibo began to ban users promoting WeChat on its service on late Tuesday. The move came after WeChat shut down the promotion channel ...Individual.com, 3 weeks ago XINHUA - War escalates as Weibo bans users promoting WeChat Namibia Press Agency, 3 weeks ago Data pick of the day: Onliners have 5 social accounts on average Digital Market Asia, 1 month ago
Beijing's notorious smog was thick in the blogosphere this past week, with tech executives sending out a flurry of cautionary messages as the city held its annual marathon. This particular issue shines an important spotlight on the fact that many of ...South China Morning Post, 1 month ago
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Summary Competition in China's mobile e-commerce industry is intensifying, yet Alibaba has 84.2% of market share. Tencent's recent investment in JD has yet to prove that it can convert WeChat users into JD buyers. Social commerce is not a threat ...Seeking Alpha, 1 week ago Alibaba's Mobile Strategy: Can UC Browser Compete With WeChat? Seeking Alpha, 2 months ago
By: Published: Dec 3, 2014 at 12:53 pm EST It's fair to say there is no love lost between Alibaba Group Holding Ltd ( NYSE:BABA ) and Tencent Holdings Ltd ( OTCMKTS:TCTZF ), two of the largest Internet companies in China. The ...Bidness Etc, 2 weeks ago Alibaba, Tencent Buy Stake In Ping An Insurance Seeking Alpha, 2 weeks ago
China's version of Twitter, Weibo, has effectively banned users from promoting the country's most popular messaging app WeChat on its platform as the two Internet giants battle for users. Nasdaq-listed Weibo said in a statement it would crack down ...Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago SNS Wars Heat Up As Weibo Freezes Out WeChat Seeking Alpha, 2 weeks ago China Internet giants slug it out for users Malay Mail, 2 weeks ago China Internet giants in tit-for-tat battle for users Business Recorder, 2 weeks ago
China social media and mobile giant Tencent Holdings reported third-quarter earnings that missed views as revenue growth slowed due to investment decisions that analysts say should pay off down the road. Tencent (OTCPK: TCEHY ), a chief rival to ...Investor's Business Daily, 1 month ago Tencent Earnings Miss On Mobile Investments Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago Tencent Q3 Earnings Miss As Revenue Growth Slows Investor's Business Daily, 1 month ago
The Chinese variant of Twitter, Weibo, has banned its users from promoting its rival WeChat on its platform, as the war for users between the internet giants escalates. Weibo earlier said in a statement that it would stop users from disseminating ...International Business Times UK, 2 weeks ago
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