According to public information on Chinese business data platform Tianyancha, Tencent has recently applied for the registration of several trademarks related to input methods on its WeChat application.
Tencent's Q2 financial report shows the total usage time of WeChat Video Channels, a content recording and creation sub-platform, exceeded 80% of total usage time of WeChat Moments, a social network feature within the app.
Chinese internet giant Tencent logged its first-ever quarterly revenue fall along with declining net profit for the fourth consecutive quarter, according to its second-quarter 2022 results released on August 17.
Chinese smartphone maker vivo announced on July 12 that it will unlock a WeChat smartwatch version at its iQOO 10 series launch event on July 19.
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Tencent's social networking software WeChat updated its operating regulations for official accounts on the platform on Monday. The regulations now address virtual currencies and digital collections.
WeChat Pay launched a three-week Low Carbon Q&A Challenge, which encourages users to flexibly apply their own carbon neutral knowledge.
Tencent Cloud announced on Wednesday that many of its internal self-research businesses were fully on the cloud. This means that Tencent's internal businesses, including QQ and WeChat, will be developed and operated based on a public cloud model.
Advertisements in Moments, a social-networking function of Tencent's ubiquitous WeChat app, can now direct users to Tmall, an e-commerce platform under Alibaba.
WeChat, a popular social platform owned by Tencent, announced on Wednesday that the status sharing function in WeChat now supports a feature in which users can share songs from their NetEase Cloud Music account.
Tencent’s social app WeChat had launched a mini program called "Tencent e-CNY Wallet", though the program is still in the process of A/B Testing.
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Tencent’s social app WeChat issued a notice on Thursday regarding the progress of its rectification efforts for the enforced following of accounts while ordering at restaurants.
Chinese authorities are considering requiring Tencent to include its WeChat Pay system in a newly created financial holding company.
People’s Bank of China (PBoC) previously issued a notice, stipulating that personal payment reception QR codes cannot not be used for business, but can still be used normally for non-business scenarios.
Chinese communications platform WeChat has recently tested a cross-border e-commerce mini program called “Shopping Around World Online,” with Tenpay as the main channel.
A social media app called Gel, which focuses on virtual images, was published in January and has quickly became the first social app since 2019 to surpass WeChat in the Chinese app store download list.
SaaS service provider China Youzan has launched its first round of layoffs this month. The first employees to be cut are product and technology R&D staff.
Huang Tieming, Vice President of WeiXin Group (WXG), announced the latest figures for WeCom, the enterprise version of WeChat. Huang said that the number of active users was 180 million.