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Beijing-based ByteDance launched on Tuesday its third-party payment service for the Chinese version of its hit short video app TikTok, “Douyin Pay”, as it presses to expand into the e-commerce business in China.

“The set-up of Douyin Pay is to supplement the existing major payment options, and to ultimately enhance user experience on Douyin,” Douyin said in a statement.

Users of Douyin, which accumulated 600 million daily active users, previously could use Ant Group’s Alipay and Tencent’s WeChat Pay, the country’s two ubiquitous third-party mobile payment channels, to buy virtual gifts for livestreamers or items from shops on the platform.

ByteDance founder and CEO Zhang Yiming built up the company’s payment capability in China by acquiring Wuhan Hezhong Yibao Technology last year. Hezhong Yibao obtained a third-party payment license from the central bank in 2014.

ByteDance has been ordered by the outgoing Trump administration to divest TikTok’s US assets

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Beijing-based ByteDance launched on Tuesday its third-party payment service for the Chinese version of its hit short video app TikTok, “Douyin Pay”, as it presses to expand into the e-commerce business in China.

“The set-up of Douyin Pay is to supplement the existing major payment options, and to ultimately enhance user experience on Douyin,” Douyin said in a statement.

Users of Douyin, which accumulated 600 million daily active users, previously could use Ant Group’s Alipay and Tencent’s WeChat Pay, the country’s two ubiquitous third-party mobile payment channels, to buy virtual gifts for livestreamers or items from shops on the platform.

ByteDance founder and CEO Zhang Yiming built up the company’s payment capability in China by acquiring Wuhan Hezhong Yibao Technology last year. Hezhong Yibao obtained a third-party payment license from the central bank in 2014.

ByteDance has been ordered by the outgoing Trump administration to divest TikTok’s US assets

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Realme X9 Tipped to Launch in India as Company’s New X-Series Flagship Phone

Beijing-based ByteDance launched on Tuesday its third-party payment service for the Chinese version of its hit short video app TikTok, “Douyin Pay”, as it presses to expand into the e-commerce business in China.

“The set-up of Douyin Pay is to supplement the existing major payment options, and to ultimately enhance user experience on Douyin,” Douyin said in a statement.

Users of Douyin, which accumulated 600 million daily active users, previously could use Ant Group’s Alipay and Tencent’s WeChat Pay, the country’s two ubiquitous third-party mobile payment channels, to buy virtual gifts for livestreamers or items from shops on the platform.

ByteDance founder and CEO Zhang Yiming built up the company’s payment capability in China by acquiring Wuhan Hezhong Yibao Technology last year. Hezhong Yibao obtained a third-party payment license from the central bank in 2014.

ByteDance has been ordered by the outgoing Trump administration to divest TikTok’s US assets

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TikTok Parent ByteDance Launches Douyin Pay Mobile Payment Service in China

Beijing-based ByteDance launched on Tuesday its third-party payment service for the Chinese version of its hit short video app TikTok, “Douyin Pay”, as it presses to expand into the e-commerce business in China.

“The set-up of Douyin Pay is to supplement the existing major payment options, and to ultimately enhance user experience on Douyin,” Douyin said in a statement.

Users of Douyin, which accumulated 600 million daily active users, previously could use Ant Group’s Alipay and Tencent’s WeChat Pay, the country’s two ubiquitous third-party mobile payment channels, to buy virtual gifts for livestreamers or items from shops on the platform.

ByteDance founder and CEO Zhang Yiming built up the company’s payment capability in China by acquiring Wuhan Hezhong Yibao Technology last year. Hezhong Yibao obtained a third-party payment license from the central bank in 2014.

ByteDance has been ordered by the outgoing Trump administration to divest TikTok’s US assets

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Posted on 4 days ago

Samsung Galaxy Fold Receiving Android 11 Based One UI 3.0: Report

Samsung Galaxy Fold is reportedly receiving Android 11 One UI 3.0 update in some regions. The update comes with firmware version F900FXXU4DUA1 for the LTE variant in France and the UAE, and version F907BXXU4DUA1 for the 5G variant in UK and Switzerland. It brings all the features of Android 11 and One UI 3.0, like chat bubbles, refreshed user interface, conversations section, and more. Samsung has been updating all its recent phones to Android 11 including the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy Z Flip, and Galaxy S10 series.

According to a report by SamMobile, Samsung has started rolling out Android 11 based One UI 3.0 for the Galaxy Fold in France and UAE with version F900FXXU4DUA1. This is for the LTE variant of the foldable phone. On the other hand, Galaxy Fold users in UK and Switzerland are reportedly receiving update version F907BXXU4DUA1 for the 5G variant.

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What Are Voice Rate Cutter Recharge Plans

Voice rate cutter plans are recharge plans that focus on, as the name suggests, cheaper call rates. The USP for these plans is not data or SMS or other benefits like subscriptions to streaming services, but to bring down call rates without affecting the validity or value of the plan. Over the years, call rates have reduced significantly with most telcos like Vi (Vodafone Idea), Airtel, Reliance Jio, and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) offering unlimited voice calling.

Voice rate cutters could be part of a plan or offer cheaper rates on existing plans. They can also come in the form of unlimited calling plans, as is the case with the major telcos in India. There are multiple ways in which these plans could work. Here are some of the best voice rate cutter plans available in India.

| Name | Rate | Validity | |——–|:——–:|———-| | Vi | Rs.
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Oppo A93 5G With Snapdragon 480 SoC, Triple Rear Cameras Launched: Price, Specifications

Oppo A93 5G has been launched officially in China as the latest smartphone offering from the company. The phone is powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 SoC and packs a triple rear camera setup on the back. The rear cameras include a 48-megapixel primary sensor and two 2-megapixel macro and monochrome lenses. Oppo A93 5G also packs a large 5,000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support. The phone also has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and a full-HD hole-punch display.

Oppo A93 5G price

Oppo A93 5G is priced at CNY 1,999 (roughly Rs. 22,500) in China for the 8GB + 256GB storage model. There is also an 8GB + 128GB storage model launched alongside, but its price is not announced. The 256GB storage model is up for pre-order via JD.com. Shipping is expected to begin on January 20. Oppo A93 5G comes in Silver, Black, and Aurora colour

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Microsoft Increases File Upload Size Limit on OneDrive, Teams, SharePoint to 250GB

Microsoft is increasing the upload file size limit of OneDrive, Teams, and SharePoint from 100GB to 250GB. The company announced that support for 250GB file size upload will begin rolling out by the end of this month and that general availability is expected by the end of Q1 2021. The change is aimed at those who need to share large files or data sets while working from home. Those using OneDrive for personal use can also make use of the large file limit by uploading video albums, zip files with large PC games, and more.

Announcing the new file size limit, Microsoft said that it managed to raise it to 250GB by optimising storage for upload performance. Each file is split into chunks and each piece is encrypted with a unique key. Besides that, all the files are backed up in Azure Storage, said Microsoft.

Users will be able to

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Steam 2020 Year in Review Shows Total Hours Spend Playing Games Doubled Compared to 2019

Steam Year in Review for 2020 shows 21.4 percent more games were purchased compared to 2019 and the total amount of playtime doubled in 2020. With the coronavirus pandemic having forced people to stay inside their homes for most of last year, more and more people gravitated towards video games, be it on their smartphones,l consoles, or PCs. Valve’s Year in Review for Steam shows just that, along with some interesting statistics showing significant increase in engagement on the platform.

The 2020 Year in Review for Steam shows there were 120 million active players on the platform per month in the year. With these many players dedicatedly playing video games, the overall hours invested increased by 50.7 percent compared to 2019. 21.4 percent more games were purchased during 2020 from Steam and there were 2.6 million first time purchases monthly.

Steam saw 62.6 million daily active players in 2020 across

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