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Yandex, the Internet giant said to be Russia's answer to Google, unveiled planned governance changes Nov 18 as authorities seek to tighten control over the Internet.
Beijing-based ByteDance is set to launch its new music streaming service as soon as next month, according to the Financial Times. The service is expected to be priced lower than the US$10 a month charged by Spotify, Apple and others in the US.
TikTok owner Beijing ByteDance Technology Co Ltd is in talks with big music labels – Universal Music, Sony Music and Warner Music – for global licensing deals to include their songs on its new music subscription service, the Financial Times reported on Nov 17.
SoftBank Group Corp is considering a plan to consolidate its Yahoo Japan internet business with the messaging service Line Corp.
Alphabet Inc's Google said on Nov 13 it will offer personal checking accounts next year through its Google Pay app, initially in partnership with Citigroup Inc and a small credit union at Stanford University.
Facebook Inc held talks over several months in 2016 to determine whether to buy Musical.ly, a rival app that would eventually evolve into global teen video sensation TikTok.
Japanese gaming giant Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios (SIE WWS) will be setting up a studio in Malaysia, and its participation in the local games industry is being incentivised by the government.
As Netflix Inc prepares for a bruising battle against the Walt Disney Co and Apple Inc for streaming subscribers, it’s playing a card that may deliver enough of an edge to fend them off in Asia: Japanese anime.
Lyft Inc held talks with London’s main transport regulator about making an entrée into the European city through its bike-share programme this summer – a move that, had it happened, would have marked a significant departure for the ride-hailing company that has long focused only on the US and Canada.
People are increasingly turning to strangers on social network Reddit to diagnose their sexually transmitted diseases, according to a new study published in a US journal on Nov 5 that called the phenomenon "crowd-diagnosis".