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China Tech Daily Briefing (Jun 12)

Jun 12, 2019 by The Passage Team
China Tech Daily Briefing (Jun 12)
  1. Didi Chuxing's regulation draft says passengers should pay reasonable fee to drivers if they need forgotten items returned.

  2. Pinduoduo claims to be attacked by organised rumours.

  3. Bytedance is moving the head of Douyin and Toutiao to promote their international business.

  4. Alibaba's music streaming app Xiami to reportedly merge with Netease Music.

  5. Tencent allows users to post 30-second-videos via short video app Weishi.

  6. Cosmetic cross-border e-commerce website RED launches live-streaming feature.

  7. Xiaomi releases AI hardware Xiaoai Laoshi for English language study.

  8. Cargo aggregator Kuaigou Dache denies news of plans to lay off 50% staff.

(Reported by Ruiyao Luo, staff reporter at The Passage)

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