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Alibaba, the massively popular Chinese e-commerce company which specializes in business-to-business and retail trading, has revealed that they will be planning a US debut under the domain 11main.com.
Google has a surprising response to the controversy surrounding supposed threats it made towards Acer for planning to release a device running Aliyun, a Chinese fork of Android: it's for your own good
Google have officially flexed their Android muscles. We're not talking about a new version of the OS or new features, but instead strong-arming Acer into pulling a device from launch.
Acer was all prepped and ready to release a new smartphone for Asian markets, running an OS called Aliyun, until Google stepped into the picture with an ominous threat: stick to Android, or you'll pay
The struggling Internet company has announced plans to sell half its stake in Alibaba Group, a Chinese Internet company that specializes in e-commerce.
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