Chinese e-commerce platforms allegedly cracking down on overseas versions of game consoles
Chinese e-commerce platforms, including Alibaba's Taobao, are removing overseas versions of game consoles including the PS5, Xbox Series X/S, a move that is expected to significantly squeeze the viability of this gray market.
For first time, Pingduoduo briefly surpasses Taobao app in terms of daily active users
Pingduoduo's short-lived victory may be directly related to its series of promotions.
These are the Apps most used by Chinese users
WeChat, Taobao, QQ, Alipay, Douyin, Pinduoduo, Baidu, Weibo, QQ Browser and Kuaishou were the top 10 most-used apps in China in October, according to data released Friday by research firm Trustdata.
Douyin, Taobao sign new round of co-op that could total 20 billion yuan
Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, has signed a new round of cooperation with Alibaba's Taobao e-commerce platform on advertising and e-commerce, with the overall size of the partnership surpassing that of last year, according to Sina Tech.
Taobao enters education sector with aim to help firms get new students
Alibaba's e-commerce platform Taobao today announced its entry into the education sector, with the aim to build a new online education infrastructure to help over 1,000 institutions in the next three years each get over 100,000 new students.
Taobao launches instant delivery in 16 Chinese cities
Alibaba today announced the launch of an instant delivery service called "Delivery in An Hour" on its Taobao App in 16 cities across China.
Taobao App adds '1 hour delivery' service to search results
Recently, some Taobao users found that when searching for "toothpaste", "shampoo", "watermelon" and other keywords in the Taobao App, the search results page will appear "1 hour delivery" channel.
Chinese company CGSTL is buyer of first rocket sold on Taobao
Last night Taobao anchor Wei Ya sold the most expensive product ever on Taobao Live - a rocket worth 40 million yuan - and the buyer was Chang Guang Satellite (CGSTL), the first commercial remote sensing satellite company in China.
China's Taobao platform will start selling rocket for 40 million yuan
"How to buy your first rocket?" On the morning of April 1, what Taobao posted on Weibo sparked heated discussions.  
WeChat launches virtual credit card 'Fenfu'
Chinese tech giant Tencent's messaging app WeChat on Thursday launched its virtual credit card, Fenfu, which literally means paying separately. Users can use it like a credit card without commissions.