Several companies—from tech giants like Alibaba to durables manufacturers like Haier—are betting big on the Smart Home market in China. Who’s doing what?
Smart Home technologies are out to change the way we live and make our life more efficient.
By keeping start-up ShenQi at arm’s length, parent company Lenovo is hoping to get ahead of nimble rivals in the Chinese smartphone industry. An interview with CEO Chen Xudong.
Having conquered China’s smartphone market, Xiaomi now wants to take over your living room—and the world
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This week, new data on the Chinese economy painted a bleak picture; the Shanghai Composite Index surged (again); and a Chinese company bought Segway.
Online video platform LeTV believes its new smartphone can demolish competition. Is that too wild an ambition?
As Chinese tech company Xiaomi completes a phenomenal five years, we take you through the major milestones in its journey so far.
This week saw the end of Yahoo China, the Shanghai Composite Index peaked, and Uber found an unlikely partner in the Warren Buffet-backed BYD.
Xiaomi has attained an enviable position in the Chinese smartphone market. But will its current strategies help it retain its prized spot as it gains scale?