On July 26, Chinese electronics firm vivo released its 2021 Sustainable Development Report, which focuses on four major aspects: the sharing of science and technology, green symbiosis, value creation and social benefit.
Tuya Smart, an IoT development platform provider, was officially listed on July 5 to the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange by way of a dual listing, under stock code "2391."
Timecho, an industrial internet of things (IoT) service provider, announced on Wednesday that it has completed an angel round of financing worth nearly 100 million yuan ($14.92 million). This round was led by Sequoia Capital China.
Tuya Smart, an IoT cloud platform listed on the NYSE, has passed the listing hearing of HKEx and will raise capital from June 22 to June 27.
Chinese technology giant Huawei recently announced a patent license agreement with Nordic.
Hangzhou-based internet-of-things (IoT) firm Skiff Energy Tech announced on Friday that it has recently completed a pre-A financing round worth tens of millions of yuan.
G7, a Chinese Internet of Things (IoT) technology company, announced on Tuesday that it has raised $200 million in a new funding round led by Trustbridge Partners and CMG-SDIC Capital, alongside previous investors.
Chinese media outlet 36Kr reported today that recently, Laxcen Technology Inc., announced the completion of a new round of financing worth 170 million yuan ($26.58 million).
For two decades, Baidu Inc has been referred to as China’s Google. Now, investors, analysts, businesses and consumers alike are gradually realizing that it is much more than a search engine.
Last week saw several notable investment rounds raised in the world of China VC.
Smartphone maker Xiaomi revealed strong growth momentum in the third quarter of 2020 and posted record high quarterly revenue of 72.2 billion yuan ($10.98 billion), according to its unaudited financial report announced Tuesday.
Xiaomi reported steady revenue growth in the first quarter of 2020 despite the disruptions in supply and shipment caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In early 2019, Xiaomi decided to veer away from a smartphone-centric development strategy and increase its investment in AIoT.
OPPO announced that the company will allocate $145 million to support mobile application developers to advance their goal of creating an open shared mobile ecosystem.
Chinese smartphone-maker and AIoT powerhouse, Xiaomi, has been under siege recently by internet users accusing the company of harming the image of China-made goods.