Posts Tagged ‘API’

Internet Of Things Platform Boosts China Mobile’s Services

China Mobile has launched two Internet of Things platforms targeting Chinese enterprise users. During CES Asia 2015, the telecommunications company unveiled its Internet of Things exclusive business management platform and its OneNet device cloud platform. The Internet of Things business management platform combines statistical analysis and an API interface for businesses to build hardware and […]

China’s Xunlei, Qihoo 360 Team For Secure Browser Development

Chinese Internet company Xunlei announced that the company will cooperate with Qihoo 360 in the launch of a new browser product, which will integrate Xunlei’s cloud acceleration download engine and Qihoo 360’s security features. This new product will be officially launched by the end of this month. By using this new edition Qihoo 360 browser, […]

Kingsoft Network To Invest CNY30 Million For Cloud Security Platform

Kingsoft Network, the Chinese company established by the merger of Kingsoft Internet Security Software Holdings Limited and Keniu Network, has announced plans to invest CNY30 million in a project named “Cloud Shield”, and it will formally open the API of its cloud security platform to partners. So far, companies like and Maxthon have reportedly […]

Oak Pacific Opens In China

The Chinese Web 2.0 company Oak Pacific Interactive has announced the opening of its social networking site to developers.

China’s To Open Payment System To Third Parties

China’s leading social networking services website has announced plans to open its Internet payment system application program interface, making it the first SNS website that has opened its payment system to third parties. Announces Open API Platform

After merging with,, the auction website of Alibaba Group, has formally announced plans to open its application programming interface platform and third-party developers are able to visit data of through various open interfaces from September 8, 2008.

Chinese Social Networking Website Opens Platform To Developers

Chinese social networking website, which is owned by Oak Pacific Interactive, has announced the launch of its Open Platform program that will for the first time allow third-party developers to provide applications to the more than 22 million users.