China Roundup: Xiaomi’s ‘Smart’ Moves; and NDRC’s attempt to tackle pollution
This week, smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi made new moves in the wearable technology space; Tencent signed a deal to boost its.
| Dec. 4 2014
China Roundup: Alibaba Share Price Touches New High and Lenovo Completes Motorola Mobility Buyout
Xiaomi was officially crowned the world’s third-largest smartphone maker but news of Lenovo completing its buyout of Motorola.
| Oct. 31 2014
British Chip Designer ARM on How to Win in China
Allen Wu, chip designer ARMʼs Greater China President, on how the company is navigating Chinaʼs increasingly treacherous environment.
| Oct. 27 2014
China Roundup: The Tesla China trademark row; raid on Mercedes-Benz; and rules for WeChat
This week, Mercedes-Benz faced an anti-monopoly probe; the Tesla China trademark episode finally came to an end; WeChat.
| Aug. 8 2014
Can Amazon’s Fire Phone Replicate the Kindle’s Success?
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is placing big bets on the new Fire Phone. But the first challenge is to get.
| Aug. 5 2014
Samsung in China: A Tenuous Hold
Samsung in China is not where it used to be. Can the South Korean electronics giant fend off domestic brands.
| Jul. 28 2014
Gaming in China: Can China Make the Next Angry Birds?
Gaming in China is a passion that knows no bounds. But can the Chinese gaming industry build something as phenomenal.
| Jun. 30 2014
Huawei Takes on the World
Is Huawei’s global branding push enough to erase the memory of public blunders and herald the next step toward.
| Jun. 16 2014
Apple in China: iWho?
Rivals race ahead of Apple in China’s smartphone and tablet markets. What does it mean for Apple’s future.
| Jan. 6 2014
China Gears up for the 4G Mobile Revolution
China is charting the course for 4G but did operators learn from their problems with 3G? There is never a.
| Aug. 6 2013
The Switch: Lenovo’s Strategy in the PC-Plus era
PC-manufacturer Lenovo is gearing up for the era of tablets and smartphones with an improved business model When the.
| Jul. 17 2013
Smartphones For All!
Domestic smartphone brands are gaining popularity in China’s less-developed markets, forcing foreign brands to question their approach It.
| May. 6 2013