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China Daily Brief

China Tech Daily Briefing (Jan 4)

Jan 4, 2019 by The Passage Team
  1. Voice recognition startup AISpeech rolls out its first custom chip.

  2. Xiaomi converts budget phone range Redmi to sub-brand.

  3. Tencent bans 270,000 cheaters from online game ‘League of Legends’.

  4. Luckin Coffee to open 2500 new offline stores in 2019.

  5. Baidu's and Souhu's news segments to stop updating for a week.

  6. Netease to launch Pokemon in China next week.

  7. Tencent’s AI Lab head Zhang Tong quits.

  8. U-dictionary launches junior edition.

(Reported by Mengjuan Li, an intern with the Passage)

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