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Meizu announces it will use HarmonyOS, possibly first for smart home products
Huawei's Android alternative HarmonyOS is the talk of the Chinese tech world recently, and now it's getting support from a smartphone maker, though probably not for the system to be used on phones.
After two-year absence of new products, Xiaomi announces return of MIX series
The MIX series is the top-of-the-line flagship of Xiaomi's phones, with the goal of exploring cutting-edge technology.
Chinese beauty app Meitu's Bitcoin and Ether purchases done by Coinbase
Crypto exchange Coinbase revealed on March 24 that its institutional custody platform helped Chinese tech company Meitu purchase and custody about $90 million in Bitcoin and Ether.
Tencent says sales of Chinese version of Switch exceed 1 million units
The Chinese version of the Switch was launched in December 2019 and currently ranks first in the Chinese game console market in terms of market share.
Huawei plans to spend $220 million to support developers this year
Huawei will invest $220 million to support developers in its ecosystem this year with the aim of bringing the number to 3 million.
Hello Inc said to start selling electric scooters next month to take on Niu Technologies
Chinese bike-sharing giant Hello Inc will start selling electric scooters in April to rival brands such as Niu Technologies, Yadea, according to
Didi said to be considering US IPO at valuation of at least $100 billion
Didi sees an advantage of a New York IPO in that the pace of the listing is more predictable and the market is better capitalized in the second quarter.
Baidu Kunlun chip business closes independent financing agreement
Baidu Kunlun chip business recently completed the signing of an independent financing agreement with a post-investment valuation of approximately RMB 13 billion ($2 billion).
FIFA Online 3, sports game distributed by Tencent in China, announced its discontinuation
The FIFA Online team announced Tuesday that based on the strategic adjustment of the EA SPORTS FIFA Online series in Asia, it will stop operating FIFA Online 3 in China at midnight on June 7, 2021.
Sina, one of China's oldest Internet companies, announces completion of privatization and delisting from Nasdaq
Sina, one of China's oldest Internet companies, announced Tuesday the completion of its privatization and delisting from the Nasdaq after 21 years of being listed there.