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Africa Calling: How Transsion Rose to Dominate the African Phone Market

To many people in its home market China, Transsion Holdings is a company name they’ve never heard of. But.

by Colin Peebles Christensen | Dec. 3 2018

Do Smartphones Make Us Smarter?

Are smartphones making us smarter? Bosses are especially concerned about this at the workplace because people check their phones as.

by Bennett Volyes | Dec. 12 2017

Good Signals: Huawei Pushes Further Forward

Huawei is one of only a few Chinese companies that has become truly global, deriving more revenue abroad than at.

by Krystal Hu | Mar. 27 2017

LeEco, Once Known as the “Netflix of China”, Does a New Juggling Act

Technology has helped demolish walls between different industries and many tech giants are investing in different sectors. LeEco stands out.

by Chris Russell | Jul. 11 2016

Lenovo Business Strategy: Are Smartphones the Path to Success?

The writing is there on the wall for all to see: the era of personal computers is over and this.

by Xin En Lee | Jul. 5 2016

Can Xiaomi Get Its Mojo Back?

Xiaomi, once the most popular smartphone vendor in China, is showing signs of decline. Back in the day, Xiaomi broke.

by LiuSha | Jun. 20 2016

Losing Signal: China’s Smartphone Market Slowdown

Companies that have spent months being feted by the media don’t tend to revise down their sales target, but.

by Matthew Fulco | Jan. 18 2016

Fairphone Takes a Crack at Fair Trade in Mobile Phones

Are you among those who worry about where their products come from? So you prefer to shell out an extra.

by Li Hui | Oct. 13 2015

Lenovo-backed ZUK Co-creates Smartphones With Millennials

Unlike parent company Lenovo, ZUK is trying to woo youngsters and blaze its own path. To do that it is.

by Major | Sep. 7 2015

OnePlus and its Global-First Strategy

Chinese smartphone company OnePlus has received many accolades in the global market. Can it recreate the same magic in China.

by Major | Jun. 23 2015

Why Lenovo (Really) Needs to Keep ZUK at Arm’s Length

Lenovo is trying to crack the Chinese smartphone market with ZUK, the erstwhile ShenQi. But has it really figured things.

by Major | Jun. 15 2015

Can ShenQi Help Lenovo Conquer the Chinese Smartphone Market?

By keeping start-up ShenQi at arm’s length, parent company Lenovo is hoping to get ahead of nimble rivals.

by Major | May. 6 2015

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