When shopping in China there’s no need to bring your wallet, most people use their phones to pay, regardless of if you are buying a piece of gum or a new car.
As if making a marriage announcement on Feb. 14, Alibaba Group announced that it will be deepening its cooperation with the popular Chinese video platform Bilibili.
Back in 2011, before Taobao was the e-commerce app on everyone’s lips, Luoluo discovered a charity program on the app called “Free Lunch”.
Tech giant Alibaba announced a banner year of philanthropy efforts by its e-commerce subsidiary Taobao in 2018.
More and more Chinese chose spend their Spring Festival holiday traveling. The number of people who enjoyed the week-long holiday break overseas grew by 28 percent, according to Alibaba.
Taobao is a powerful shopping app in China made by the Chinese multinational e-commerce conglomerate—Alibaba Group. You can buy everything here.
On Jan. 31, Alibaba Group announced its financial results for the quarter ended on December 31, 2018. For the past quarter, Alibaba has achieved a revenue of $17,057 million, with a 41 percent year-on-year growth.
Lancôme will be spreading joy and good wishes across the city of Hong Kong for the coming Chinese New Year, the Year of the Pig with the help of Alibaba Cloud’s image search technology and cloud services.
Luohan Academy, an open research institute initiated by Alibaba Group Holding Limited, released its first report examining the relationship between digital technology and economic growth at the 2019 World Economic Forum in Davos.
2018 has been a turbulent year for tech companies across China. The trade war tension between the US and China has been unsettling for their businesses and long time American trade partners.
Alibaba announced the launch of “A100”, a strategic partnership program in Hangzhou today. The program offers companies a holistic one-stop solution to accelerate their digital transformation.
Right before the opening of Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Intel and Alibaba announced that they were teaming up to develop athlete tracking technology powered by artificial intelligence (AI) that is aimed to be deployed at the Olympic Games Tokyo in 2020.
In 2018, many Chinese tech companies expanded their overseas markets and showcased their efforts in going global.
Technology made great advances in 2018. Wireless companies made grand progress in 5G technology; the uses of 3D-printing are expanding; and the first gene-edited twins were born. So what can we expect from 2019
Powered by technology from Alibaba, Starbucks launched its first virtual store in China on Dec. 14, providing a unified, one-stop digital experience across the Starbucks app and mobile apps within the Alibaba ecosystem such as Taobao, Tmall, and Alipay.