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Few days ago, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun, posted on his Weibo account thrice in a row, celebrating the successful return of Xiaomi among the top 5 bestselling mobile phones globally. This was evident from 2 out of 3 different global sales statistics reports, marking a notable reprise of comeback from Xiaomi mobile. Today, Strategy Analytics,…

The mobile phone selling like hotcakes in Africa isn’t Samsung nor Apple, but Tecno, a Shenzhen-based telecommunications company in China. According to open statistics, the company holds more than 40% of market shares in the 6 major countries of North Africa. Tecno broke into the African market using two mobile innovations: Dual-SIMs and beauty selfie…

On August 2nd, Apple released its Q3 quarterly data, among which, the growth of peripheral services is worth more attention. In Apple's Q3 data, the revenues of greater China region were $8.004 billion, down by 10 percent of that of $8.848 billion than the same period last year, which stemmed mainly from Apple's declining sales…

On July 13, Apple’s official Chinese website announced its summer promotion, which will see users get as much as 50% off purchases and 50 times points at participating vendors in its biggest campaign since entry to the country. Overall, 29 retailers are participating including Starbucks, Burger King, Wagas, Häagen-Dazs, Lawson and Gap, with some e-commerce…

This was the first good news that came across after Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun was, once again, in control of the supply chain. On July 7th, Lei sent out an internal e-mail, announcing the sale of Xiaomi mobile phones during the second quarter of 2017 reached 23.16 million units, ranking this number a historical high…

Li Zhifei has spent his professional career cross-pollinating the world’s two most vibrant innovation ecosystems. Born in central China at the dawn of reform and opening, Li graduated college in China and dove headfirst into the country’s dot com boom of the early 2000s. When that bubble burst, he headed to Johns Hopkins University for…

Beijing Metro announced a partnership with the Beijing Municipal Administration Traffic Card to launch mobile swipe-to-ride service on June 26. The first phase will will see NFC subway payment available on the subway's Fangshan Line. Some 160 NFC-capable mobile phones by brands such as Xiaomi, Huawei, Samsung, Nubia, OnePlus and Meizu will support the new…

Hundreds of workers in bright yellow uniforms assemble small yellow bicycles at the Tianjin Flying Pigeon bicycle factory on May 19. The workers hurriedly attach the wheels and gears to each frame, and every 15 seconds a new ofo unit is born. Workers at the end of the line load each new bike into cardboard…

BEIJING — What worries you about the coming world of artificial intelligence? Too often the answer to this question resembles the plot of a sci-fi thriller. People worry that developments in A.I. will bring about the “singularity” — that point in history when A.I. surpasses human intelligence, leading to an unimaginable revolution in human affairs.…

JD's  (京东)closing price on June 26 was $43.08, raising their total market value to $61.149 billion. They are quickly approaching to Baidu's total market value of $61.973 billion at the time, thus threatening the existing group of tech giants BAT: Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent. In comparison, Baidu is lagging behind the other two in terms…

Yesterday OnePlus launched their new flagship device OnePlus 5. Here is an interview almost 3 years ago with OnePlus founder Peter Lau, at that moment their first generation product OnePlus One just made its debut. Recently, the British magazine “Connect” published the following: “What the Moto G did for the budget end of the market,…