Sources claim that talks aimed at an agreement that would open China to Apple Pay have stalled.Apple Struggles with Apple Pay Launch in China is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Xiaomi, the fast-rising Chinese smartphone maker, has mustered a new $1.1 billion war chest in its latest round of fund-raising, the company’s founder and chief executive said on Monday, Neil Gough reports.The round valued Xiaomi at $45 billion, Lei Jun, the founder, said in a post on his verified account on Weibo, China’s Twitter-like messaging service.
Apple has updated its website for China with a new video advertisement
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It looks as if Apple Pay will soon face some competition in the mobile payments space from its biggest competitor, Android. According to a new report from China Business News, a new mobile payments service called Android Pay is coming, and it will most likely launch in the third quarter of 2015.
E-commerce may not be the sexiest consumer technology. But for some start-ups, it is certainly where the money is.That is the case for Stripe, at least, an e-commerce start-up based in San Francisco, which announced on Tuesday that it had raised a new $70 million round in venture capital. The round, which includes Sequoia Capital and Thrive Capital, values Stripe at $3.
Apple has launched a curated section in iTunes full of apps, movies, music, and books to mark the special occasion of the Chinese New Year.Apple Launches New iTunes Section To Celebrate Chinese New Year is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
When Jollalaunchedan Indiegogo campaign to fund the development of its tablet, the company was only aiming to make $380,000. Somewhere along the way -- say the moment it reached $1 million in pledges -- the people behind Jolla probably realized that the public are into the idea. So, they've now added some nice stretch goal promises, the most ambitious of which being the addition of 3.
HONG KONG — For China’s Internet czar, a trip to the United States over the past week was a contrast of coasts.In Washington, Lu Wei, the de facto head of Internet policy in China, faced frigid criticism from American officials over Chinese cyberattacks and skepticism about his vision for an Internet governance system in which China should be allowed to censor content and track users.
A number of Chinese companies have launched clones of the Apple Watch ahead of its release next month.Chinese Knockoff Apple Watches Hit the Shelves [PICS] is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Another day in tech, another company tops $100 million in money raised.Docker, a fast-moving maker of software for managing applications on a global basis, said Tuesday that it has raised another $95 million. With this fourth round of funding Docker, which two years ago was near extinction, has raised about $160 million.
If you live in Europe or Canada, you might find that some apps are now a little more expensive on your iPhone or iPad. Yesterday,Apple informed developersthat it would be raising prices before the weekend to reflect changes in VAT and foreign exchange rates. Those increases are now starting to take effect, with a 10 pence rise for the cheapest premium apps in the UK, up from £0.69 to £0.
Twenty-two members of Congress have asked Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch to determine whether race played a factor in espionage-related charges brought against a Chinese-American hydrologist and are asking her to investigate whether there is a practice of targeting federal employees based on their race or national origin.Representative Ted W.
Google is believed to unveil 'Android Pay' at its annual I/O conference in May.Google Said to Copy Apple Pay by Launching ‘Android Pay’ in May is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
China allegedly removes Apple's products from government procurement list.China Drops Apple Products from Government Procurement List: Reuters is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
China Labor Watch is urging Apple to investigate the overtime of Pegatron workers.China Labor Watch Urges Apple to Look Into Pegatron Worker Overtime is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource