On March 22, consumer tech brand Nothing, founded by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, launched the Ear (2) wireless earbuds. Although the design of these earbuds is similar to the Ear (1), the sound quality has been significantly improved.
Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer OnePlus announced that it will launch two monitors for the Indian market on December 12, with product names X 27 and E 24.
Luxshare Precision, a consumer electronics manufacturer, announced on September 13 that the United States International Trade Commission's investigation into the company has been closed without any material impact on the company's production and operations.
Smartphone brand realme was found on Friday to have withdrawn from OPPO's official online mall.
According to a statement on Wednesday by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx), In-Tech Holdings has submitted another application for a public listing, with Dongxing Securities (Hong Kong) as its sole sponsor.
In response to market rumors that Kindle is shutting down, out of stock, and may be preparing a withdrawal from China, Amazon's domestic representatives responded on Tuesday.
Goertek Microelectronics Co., Ltd., a manufacturer of Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) products, will be listed independently on the ChiNext Board of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
Chinese leading home appliance manufacturer Dreame Technology unveiled several new products at the Appliance and Electronics World Expo 2021 (AWE 2021) in Shanghai last week.
During the first month of 2021, China’s esports industry witnessed noteworthy investments and developments. Here are the top stories of the final week of January 2021.
Taiwanese electronics company HTC shut down its official Chinese community forum today, a move that confirms its exit from the Chinese smartphone market.
On Feb. 18, huanqiu.com and the Global Public Opinion Survey Center launched an online survey on domestic brand preferences to understand the Chinese consumer’s perception of domestic brands.