Chinese smart electronics maker Xiaomi hosted on September 17 a Smart Living event in Bangalore, India, where the company displayed their new IoT devices to create a connected smart home ecosystem.
Smartphone shipments in India saw a three percent annual increase to 35.6 million units in the second quarter of 2019, according to a recent research report from Strategy Analytics. Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi remains the leader, with Samsung closing in and regaining foothold in the region.
The warnings were clear when CEO Tim Cook released a letter to investors on January 2, 2019, revising Apple’s Q1 guidance projections to reflect a stagnating hardware business, especially in China.
As video sharing apps go viral on social media, Alibaba invested over $100 million into Vmate, which is previously owned by its subsidiary UCWeb.
TikTok users in India can breathe a sigh of relief as the temporary ban on the app downloads gets lifted, making the app available for download again.
If someone hasn’t downloaded TikTok, the viral video-sharing app by the Chinese company ByteDance, from the Indian app store, he might not be able to ever use the app.
India has become the world’s fastest-growing mobile application market over the past few years. With more than 1.3 billion potential consumers, the Indian app market is attracting lots of attention as a huge opportunity for app growth. Thus, Chinese apps such as TikTok, Helo, LIVE, UC Browser, backed by China’s tech giants, have managed to gain popularity in India.