2018 has been a turbulent year for tech companies across China. The trade war tension between the US and China has been unsettling for their businesses and long time American trade partners.
Technology made great advances in 2018. Wireless companies made grand progress in 5G technology; the uses of 3D-printing are expanding; and the first gene-edited twins were born. So what can we expect from 2019
The Shanghai edition of the world’s largest mobile industry exhibition, GSMA Mobile World Congress, opens doors today at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC). The three-day event is expected to attract more than 60,000 attendees and 550 participating companies.
As statistics show on May 7, Chinese applications are leading in the iPhone applications market. Recent data from an app intelligence firm Sensor Tower shows that in the first quarter of this year, the number of app downloads of Douyin or Tik Tok as it is in known overseas, has reached 45.8 million
Sellers on Elanic has brought in an average of $250 USD income to themselves through a 12-minute commitment per day, with the top 5% sellers making as much as $1500 USD and some making well over $5000 USD.
Caught destroying the locks and attempting to make the two shared bicycles from Mobike his own, a Shenzhen resident was sentenced to 6-months in jail and a fine of 3,000 yuan ($473) for theft by the People’s Court of Longgang District in Shenzhen.
On the evening of May 2, the market intelligence company International Data Corporation (IDC) released a report stating that the global smartphone shipment in Q1 of 2018 was 334.3 million units, a decrease of 2.9% from 344.4 million units in the same period of last year.
On April 27, Ke Jie, the world’s second-ranked Go player competed against another AI Go program after having defeated by AlphaGo at 0-3 last year. (Go is an extremely intensive chess game, especially at higher level gameplays.)
2017 was a great year for short video apps in China. Domestic competition was fierce, it became a Red Ocean for investors, and the Chinese market became too saturated, companies gradually turned to overseas emerging markets trying to replicate miracles under the Blue Ocean strategy.
Almost overnight, a coffee brand called Luckin Coffee made waves across China’s first and second tier cities. Luckin Coffee entered the market vigorously and aggressively.
How many Mi fans and Huawei fans are there in India? These are anyone’s guess. We can see through reports, however, that the competitiveness of Chinese brands in the Indian smartphone market is escalating, regardless of the price range. Chinese brands like Xiaomi, Huawei, Honor are changing the consumption mindset of Indians.
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In 2014, Microsoft announced the opening of its Office 365 cloud service in China with the help of local partners. Office 365 became the only international cloud productivity platform in China, as well as the first cross-platform and cross-device productivity tool in China. Prior to this, Microsoft’s Azure cloud service had also entered the Chinese…
LeEco founder Jia Yueting is welcoming his second white knight after investments by Sun Hongbin, billionaire real estate developer and the founder and chairman of Sunac China Holdings. This white knight came with 300 million U.S. dollars in hand.
At 9:30 a.m. on April 12th, Chinese co-working space startup Naked Hub held an internal management meeting to announce that it would sell the company to the U.S. co-working company WeWork for 2.5 billion yuan ($400 million).