One year into an ideal job in a multinational corporation, my friend Lin made the seemingly risky decision to move to a startup. The multinational offered a decent salary, bonuses and a mature training system. What more could a new graduate expect?
Xiaomi‘s Mi Max 3 (model no. M1804E4T), will be released at Xiaomi’s next launch event after attaining its network license from Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).
Here is this week’s roundup of tech stories in China.
Xiaomi announced its decision on Tuesday to postpone its listing process in mainland China while proceeding with original plans in Hong Kong.
Alibaba tops the list to become the number one company that competitors are “most worried about” for their disruptive business models in the latest KPMG tech survey.
Xiaomi Corporation is going to be the first foreign company to issue Chinese Depositary Receipts (CDRs) in mainland China, as revealed in its prospectus released by the China Securities Regulatory Commission on Monday.
Xiaomi CEO shared through a Weibo post on June 2 that the largest Mi Home Experience store in the world is now open in the format of a soft launch in Nanjing with an official opening date schedule for June 16.
Today, the product launch of Xiaomi Mi 8 started at 2 p.m. Beijing time at the Shenzhen Universiade Stadium as scheduled. The event is synchronously live streamed on Xiaomi’s official website.
Mary Meeker published the 23rd edition of the annual “Internet Trends Report” on May 31, predicting that China and US will both lead the world’s AI technology in five years.
According to Pandaily’s report last week, Xiaomi Mi 8 will be officially released on May 31, but there will be another mysterious product to be released at this launch.