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Huawei responds to former employee's detention, but 5 questions remain
Huawei has been on fire in China after reports that ex-Huawei employee Li Hongyuan was sued for extortion after getting termination compensation and then detained for 251 days.
Why are Chinese phones popular in Southeast Asia?
For many people in Southeast Asia, the iPhone still seems too expensive.
Must ReadChina smartphone godfather: Born in 1969
Huawei, Xiaomi and OPPO have rapidly risen in recent years. And their leader all happened to be born in 1969.
Comment: Apple pushes its boundary with AirPods Pro
In this AirPods Pro comment, the author thinks Apple is willing and be able to push its boundary to bring more to its fans.
Why no U.S. news app achieved similar success as China’s Toutiao?
Many readers still get news from Google Search (not the company’s news app) and when they do use an app for news, it’s Facebook.
Huawei's loss is Xiaomi's gain in Europe, and Xiaomi knows it
With Huawei floundering in a state of limbo created by a mix of political maneuvering and obscure national security issues, Xiaomi appears to sense its opportunity and is putting its foot to the floor.
Africa's phone king faces biggest threat ever from Huawei and Xiaomi
With the phone market becoming saturated, Huawei and Xiaomi are eyeing opportunities elsewhere. And the traditional stronghold of Transsion falls just into their radar.