As China celebrates its mid-autumn festival, the demand for its mooncakes skyrockets. This led four Alibaba employees to hack the company's system, to bring in more cakes to them for free.
Verizon is getting ready to announce its purchase of struggling company Yahoo by Monday, according to sources close to the matter. It will take over the company's core business for $5 billion.
Microsoft's relationship with China has always been a bit strained; on the one hand, the country has a massive economy, but on the other, Windows is pirated heavily in this region.
Alibaba, also known as the "Amazon" or "eBay of China," has teamed up with Philips to create their flagship YunOS-powered smartphone, which has some pretty interesting specs.
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.
Rumors that AOL was interested in purchasing Yahoo were reported here last month and it appears that AOL is now taking the next steps in investigating a possible merger; Reuters is reporting that they have...