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China Tech Daily Briefing (April 16)

Apr 16, 2019 by The Passage Team
China Tech Daily Briefing (April 16)
  1. Didi releases reform measures: increase investment in customer service, removes private information from display.

  2. QQ updates its iOS version: adds progress bar to voice messages with a new drag feature.

  3. China Unicom says the mass layoff news is false.

  4. ByteDance to monetise TikTok by adding shopping link of e-commerce companies including Jd.com.

  5. Zhihu has discontinued the short video pilot "jiying"; said the internal test was only for one month.

  6. JD.com reportedly intends to acquire electrical appliance company 5star.cn, has been doing due diligence for two months.

  7. Alibaba’s marketing platform Alimama internally tests "Super recommended" feature, officially launched the commercialisation of information flow.

  8. Xiaomi will launch new TV products this month.

  9. 360 released its first financial report after returning to A-share market. Earnings increased by 7.28% to RMB 131.29 million.

(Reported by Yang Yang, an intern at The Passage)

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