Asia Editor, The Next Web
zdnet.com — Tencent users can make online transactions with selected merchants including McDonald's. Tencent is offering a payment service to enable online transactions for selected merchants via its mobile communication platform, WeChat. According to a Xinhua News Agency report Tuesday, online transactions can be made through credit card, online banking or TenPay, which is the company's third-party payment platform which allows merchants to process payments from customers' personal accounts.
thenextweb.com — Those of us who blog about tech in Asia do our best to give adequate attention to all parts of the continent, but for various reasons, information about Japan's startup scene sometimes remains a bit elusive.
uncrunched.com — It's becoming pretty clear, particularly from today's Snowden Q&A and the partial transcript from President Obama's Charlie Rose interview, that we're zeroing in on how the government accesses private individual data. If you're not a "U.S. person," there are few restrictions on what the U.S. government can do to monitor you.
sg.lifestyleasia.com — Name: Fabio Paradiso Age: 37 Occupation: Practice Lead for Recruitment Agency Industry: Human Resources For the ultimate boys' night out, I head to (where) for (what)? It has to be Noti Restaurant in Club Street. Authentic Italian cuisine, excellent wines and the trendy atmosphere makes this spot the perfect kick off for a boys night out.
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