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China Tech Daily Briefing (Mar 15)

Mar 15, 2019 by The Passage Team
China Tech Daily Briefing (Mar 15)
  1. Tencent-owned PUBG Mobile’s total revenue since publishing reaches USD 4.5 billion, according to Sensor Tower.

  2. Tmall opens "7-day trial shopping" for credit-qualified customers, letting them pay after the trial.

  3. In response to Baidu's new talent construction plan which encourages high executives to retire, Baidu president Zhang Yaqin to hang boots in October.

  4. Led by DFJ Venture Capital, image editing app Polarr closes USD 11.5 million in Series A.

  5. Huawei announces receiving the first 5G smartphone CE (Conformite Europeenne) certificate from German inspection association TüV.

  6. Bike-sharing firm HelloTrans says their bicycles’ damage rate has dropped 37% year-on-year.

  7. Cloud Managed Service Provider (MSP) DTSTACK.COM establishes subsidiary company DTSRE.COM

  8. E-tailer Suning partners with Huawei to work on smart-home products.

(Reported by Mengjuan Li, intern with the Passage)

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