Qingdao-based home appliance manufacturer Hisense signed a strategic cooperation agreement on September 13 with NIO, a leading Chinese electric vehicle company.
Home appliance maker Homa Group announced on August 29 that TCL, the company's controlling shareholder, received a notice of being put on record by a Chinese regulator, suspected of violating securities laws in the acquisition process of the company.
Haier Group, a leading Chinese home appliance firm, is reportedly planning to enter the automotive industry with the launch of its own brand of cars, although a specific launch date has not yet been determined.
Chinese home appliance giant Hisense Group and German camera maker Leica Camera announced on August 3 that they had reached a technical cooperation agreement to jointly develop new laser TV technology.
Shortly after crowdfunding for the Mijia Smart Glasses started, Xiaomi showcased another wearable product – the MiGu Headband – on August 2.
Smart home security solutions provider Imilab submitted a prospectus to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange on Tuesday, in which the company is planning to raise 644 million yuan ($96.16 million).
Huawei, a global supplier of ICT infrastructure and smart devices, announced on Tuesday that its Smart Home 2.0 system will be launched at the summer launch event of new products on July 4.
Roborock, an intelligent home robotics developer, released a new sweeping and towing vacuum robot cleaner called the T8 on Thursday.
Telecommunications giant Huawei announced on Thursday that its new product launch conference will be held at 19:00 on March 16, Beijing time.
Banrixian, a home technology brand, recently received tens of millions of Pre-A round financing, which was led by Source Code Capital and followed by K2VC, with Foresight Capital acting as the exclusive financial consultant.
Tuya Smart, an Internet of Things (IoT) smart product solutions provider, has reportedly been carrying out layoffs involving hundreds of employees since last year.
Shenzhen-based smart home appliance provider Orvibo announced on Monday its completion of a new round of financing.
Haier Group issued an announcement on Friday that Zhang Ruimin, the firm's 72-year-old founder, volunteered not to participate in the nomination of new directors at the staff meeting.
In early 2019, Xiaomi decided to veer away from a smartphone-centric development strategy and increase its investment in AIoT.
On the morning of November 19, in the heart of Beijing’s Central Business District, Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, was greeting guests at the company’s annual developer conference.