Xiaomi plans to achieve mass production of the Mi5 in two months and sell it on a large scale as part of its efforts to become “China’s Amazon”.
Xiaopeng’s EVs will be more than a means of transportation, but an intelligent product.
Samsung’s staff in China are getting uneasy, waiting for confirmation of a rumored 20% staff layoff.
Huawei saw a 25% increase in smartphone sales against the expected single-digit industry growth in 2016.
Foxconn, the world’s biggest manufacturer of iPhones, is building robots to replace humans.
With the first batch of iPhone SEs selling out right after they were put on sale in China, Chinese consumers may still need a small-screen smartphone.
As major smartphone makers launch new products in China for 2016, Apple is joining this round with the iPhone SE that officially goes on sale in China on March 31.
The eID can execute remote identity recognition without leaking users’ identity.
Deepoon VR aims to make top-notch VR products accessible to average users.
After a turbulent 2015, will the release of Xiaomi’s latest flagship model boost smartphone business while Xiaomi branches out towards smart home devices and VR?