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Apple may face backlash in China over demanding App Store cut...

Chinese app makers are reportedly upset with Apple after it issued a new policy that recognizes tips as in-app purchases.

Tencent extends WeChat Pay to the US with focus on Chinese...

Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings, which runs one of China’s most widely used mobile payment tools, has taken its cashless payment experience to the home market of Apple Pay by serving Chinese outbound travellers in the United States.

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank more than 2,000 points on Monday, its worst day since 2008, as fears about the spread of the new coronavirus and an oil price war sent investors scrambling out of stocks.

U.S. spy chief, Texas’ John Ratcliffe, stirs uproar by ending Congress’ briefings on foreign...

Three-term Texas congressman, a Trump loyalist, says the move is meant to keep Democrats from `politicizing intelligence.’

Fearing espionage, US weighs tighter rules on Chinese students

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In the head-snapping drama of the off-again, on-again U.S.-North Korea summit, the unpredictable lead actors, President Trump and Kim Jong Un, hold center stage. But...