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China's WeChat blocked in Russia

Chinese internet giant Tencent said Saturday its messaging app WeChat had been blocked in Russia.

China`s WeChat blocked in Russia

China`s WeChat blocked in Russia

WeChat, known as Weixin in China, is the world`s most popular messaging service, with 889 million global users by the end of 2016.

India seeks China's help to unravel IS plot to expand in country

India seeks China's help to unravel IS plot to expand in country

The NIA has sent Letters Rogatory to China requesting for the chat details of Areeb Majeed, arrested by the anti-terror agency in December 2014, with his handlers.

China discloses cases of mobile Internet pornography

With a big jump in pornography viewing over the past few decades, China's National Anti-Pornography and Anti-Illegal Publications Office has published 24 typical cases in which pornography was distributed via mobile apps.

These top 25 apps on Apple Store have been hit by malware attack

These top 25 apps on Apple Store have been hit by malware attack

Apple Inc said the WeChat messaging app and car-hailing app DiDi Taxi were among the 25 most popular apps that were found to be infected with malicious software, the first-ever large-scale attack on its App Store.

Now, dictate messages on WhatsApp, Viber, WeChat with Google Now

Now, dictate messages on WhatsApp, Viber, WeChat with Google Now

Google plans to add more support for apps and languages in the future.

China clamps down on sexual content on WeChat

China`s Internet regulator issued on Wednesday new guidelines prohibiting sexual and vulgar content on Tencent Holdings Ltd`s popular messaging app, the latest step in the agency`s perennial campaign to clean up China`s Internet.

China`s Web giants do battle over `hong bao` ahead of New Year

The Chinese tradition of giving gifts of money in red envelopes at Lunar New Year has turned into big business for Web giants Alibaba and Tencent, which now both offer electronic "hong bao".

China's WeChat sends a message to Line and Kakao in their home turf

Mobile messaging apps Line and Kakao Talk are busy trying to conquer overseas markets such as Southeast Asia and India. But they may do well to keep a close eye on their home turf of Japan and South Korea as China`s WeChat amasses more users.

'Asian mobile apps challenge tech giants like Apple, Google'

Asian-origin mobile applications LINE, YAY and WeChat are posing challenges to technology giants Apple, Facebook, Google and other telecoms carriers, cutting into their market shares, according to a Singapore -based firm.

WeChat helps Apple rack up bonus points in China

The app has proved a winning formula in getting people in China, a market notorious for not paying for software, to connect their bank accounts with their phones and pay for virtual goods like extra lives and power-ups in mobile games. 

Best mobile VoIP apps for Smartphones

VoIP can let you chat and talk to your friends, family and relatives even who are located around the corners of the world at minimal price.

Alibaba:The new face of finance in China

For Yuan Yue, a Chinese graduate student in international trade, moving all of her spare cash to an online investment fund called Yu`e Bao was a no brainer.

WeChat offers free 1GB cloud storage to users

Instant messaging app WeChat has started offering 1 GB cloud storage free to users to help them store documents, pictures and videos.

Chinese WeChat users can now interact with their favourite celebrities for a fee

Users can get to see unretouched celebrity photos, read books published by famous writers and also have their favourite movie stars wake them up.

China's Alibaba bans customers from using WeChat

Some merchants have been using WeChat to directly communicate with customers and encourage them to do business outside of Alibaba's transaction systems, Alibaba Group said in a statement.

China's WeChat says it complies with all Indian regulations

It is reported to have 300 million users in China ever since it was launched in 2011.

Tencent launches instant messaging service in India

Chinese Internet company Tencent has launched instant messaging service 'WeChat' in India to cash in on the growing popularity of such mobile services.