iQiyi Sports, a joint venture between Chinese online media streaming giant iQiyi and Super Sports Media, has acquired the exclusive streaming rights to Spain’s top football league, La Liga Santander, for the upcoming 2019/2020 season.
Recently, Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi filed a patent in the database of the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
Tencent Music Entertainment Group, or TME, reported their second quarter 2019 financial results.
Mu Changchun, deputy director of the PBOC’s payments department, said at an event held by China Finance 40 Forum over the weekend that the bank’s own cryptocurrency is “close to being out.”
The tech industry is used to clashes between corporate rivals. Major conflicts between corporate titans usually result in the emergence of a victorious monopoly like Google, or Facebook.
Chinese Super League 2019 Weekly: Matchweek 22.
Chinese-American NBA player and recently crowned NBA champion Jeremy Lin has signed a partnership with Fujian-based Xtep International Holdings to be their brand ambassador as the firm enters the basketball gear and apparel space.
On August 16 nubia will launch their new dual-screen smartphone in China. The device builds on the success of the nubia X, which debuted the brand’s dual-screen technology.
Similar to the OnePlus 7 Pro, the 7T Pro comes with a 6.7-inch Fluid AMOLED Quad HD+ display with a PPI (pixels per inch) of 516 and an impressively smooth 90Hz refresh rate.
Pinduoduo has been a lone bright spot in what has been a very difficult time for Chinese ADRs listed in the US.
QuestMobile have recently released their semi-annual report on the short-video industry. 7.2 out of 10 mobile Internet users are using short-video products.
Chinese tech giant Tencent is planning to invest between $1 billion and $1.5 billion in short-video application Kuaishou, known outside of China as Kwai, which has a current valuation of around $25 billion.
Chinese Super League 2019 Weekly: Matchweek 21.
Chinese Super League 2019 Weekly: Matchweek 20.
Wanda Sports Group Co. debuted on the NASDAQ on Friday July 26, and was subsequently pummeled by investors, falling 36% from its opening IPO price.