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China Tech Daily Briefing (Nov 8)

Nov 8, 2018 by The Passage Team
China Tech Daily Briefing (Nov 8)
  1. Mobile company Smartisan CEO Luo Yonghao denied rumours that the company would give up on its smart phone business.

  2. Xiaomi to partner with a local mobile network in New York, reports.

  3. SoftBank vision fund shows interest in bike sharing start-up Hellobike; it held talks with Hellobike for a potential investment, according to a report.

  4. Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun says he didn’t vote “yes” for the company to go into public this year.

  5. QQ launches its mini program, making it the seventh application that has mini program in China.

  6. After Alibaba combined food delivery service Ele.me and online restaurant guide business Koubei, the combined entity’s valuation is now estimated at USD30 billion, Reuter says.

  7. Lenovo Q2 revenue up 14% to USD 13.4 billion, marking the highest quarterly revenue in nearly four years.

  8. The world’s first AI synthesis anchor, developed by Chinese search engine operator Sougou. The AI anchor has the same broadcasting ability as a human anchor.

(Reported by Diqing Liu, an intern at The Passage)

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