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WARSAW (Reuters) - As Amazon sets its sights on central and eastern Europe, the e-commerce giant will need to convince long-time Allegro shoppers like Elzbieta Modrakowska to click away from the region's leading online marketplace.
China called on its technology giants to share key data, dealing a further blow to the companies already reeling from heightened antitrust scrutiny.
Digital tools launched in a Japanese smart city that can send disaster alerts to safeguard residents are part of an optional technology push aiming to overcome social and economic challenges, while also allaying privacy fears.
Alibaba joins Pinduoduo, Meituan, Didi Chuxing, JD.com and other Internet giants in investing in China’s latest online shopping trend. The e-commerce giant’s community group buying business is hiring for dozens of positions.
Pony Ma’s Tencent Holdings Ltd has been put on notice.
The Chinese government wants Alibaba Group Holding Ltd to sell some of its media assets, including the South China Morning Post, because of growing concerns about the technology giant’s influence over public opinion in the country, according to a person familiar with the matter.
US tech firm in 2019 said its Sycamore processor did a task in three minutes and 20 seconds that would take a classical supercomputer 10,000 years. Researchers in Beijing say they took a different approach that saw 60 graphics processors complete the job ‘in about five days’.
The State Administration of Market Regulation (SAMR) has vowed to clarify the responsibilities of e-commerce platforms. Big Tech companies have been facing increased scrutiny from regulators over their Internet businesses since December.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese app stores have removed Alibaba Group's UC Browser for mobiles, after it was criticised on Chinese state television's annual consumer rights show for including medical ads by unqualified companies.
China’s largest e-commerce operator Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is planning to offer its fast-growing bargains service on rival Tencent Holdings Ltd’s WeChat messaging platform in a major concession to regulators seeking to to crackdown on monopolies in the Internet sphere, according to people with knowledge of the matter.