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China Tech Daily Briefing (Oct 29)

Oct 29, 2018 by The Passage Team
China Tech Daily Briefing (Oct 29)
  1. Online chatting platform QQ gets first copyright recognition for its notification sound.
  2. Mobile phone producer Gionee’s vice president and brand marketing head Yu Lei reportedly to resign soon.
  3. Alibaba announces plans to establish joint venture with Richemont’s online luxury e-commerce platform Yoox Net-A-Porter.
  4. Logistics company SF Express purchases 100% shares of DHL Supply Chain (HongKong) and DHL Express (Beijing).
  5. China's first private rocket Zhuque-1 fails its mission to outer space.
  6. Bike-sharing startup ofo’s deposit refund period extends again, causes users’ dissatisfaction.
  7. Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun says phone shipments exceeds 100 million this year.
  8. OnePlus CEO Liu Hu sends out world’s first 5G tweet; OnePlus 7 to be one of the first 5G smartphones.

(Reported by Wanying Zhang, an intern with The Passage)

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