According to some recent Microsoft presentation slides, Tencent is bringing one of its popular messaging apps to Windows 10 as a UWP, despite the company saying it had abandoned Windows 10 Mobile.
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Microsoft announced a new QQ instant messaging Universal app for Windows 10 last year - but Tencent has now ditched those plans, saying Microsoft isn't doing enough to retain users of its mobile OS.
Microsoft is partnering up with Tencent to push Windows 10 to the Chinese market and as part of the deal Tencent will bring its popular games and services to the Windows Store, including QQ and LoL.
New rumors claim that Vivendi is thinking about selling its 60 percent share of game publisher Activision Blizzard and that Microsoft could be one of the companies that is being sought as a buyer.
Activision has announced it has signed an agreement with Tencent to launch the free-to-play PC game Call of Duty Online in China, with public testing scheduled to start later this year.
Epic Games has announced that Chinese game publisher Tencent has bought a minority stake in the Gears of War and Unreal Engine creators. The specifics of the deal were not disclosed.
Tencent Messenger, generally referred to as TM, is the most popular free instant messaging computer program in China, and the world’s third most popular IM service. Aside from the chat program, TM has also developed...
Tencent Messenger, generally referred to as TM, is the most popular free instant messaging computer program in China, and the world's third most popular IM service. Aside from the chat program, TM has also developed...