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Something big will go down for the world's fourth largest smartphone vendor in France on May 22 and in Italy two days later. With a "new attitude", Xiaomi wants to take over the world.
This week, we're talking about a new flagship phone from LG, Xiaomi's bright future, and the uphill for Sprint and T-Mobile.
A wide range of "innovative connected" Xiaomi products, smartphones included, are coming to stores operated by CK Hutchison-owned Three carrier in the UK, Austria, Denmark, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy and Sweden.
They were there when the switch flipped on in 2010. They left just as the company was about to go public. Is it a sign of things to come or just two people branching off for personal reasons?
These users either hotwired their apps or accounts to skip past paying $9.99 a month for Spotify Premium, the company claims in its IPO filing.
The company reports in a government filing that CEO Daniel Ek is eligible to sell nearly 16 million of those shares alone.
The music streaming company is asking individual investors who are looking more for growth than profits to look into getting shares.
Chinese tech brand Xiaomi is targeting a top valuation of $100 billion before it debuts on an exchange and is currently doing so without the help of domestic banks.
The company may also shed a few of its day one investors with the listing. It could eventually put out stock within the first quarter.
Banks are now calculating that Xiaomi could be valued between $50 billion and $100 billion and go for the initial public offering it wants.
Bank analysts don't see Xiaomi getting much beyond the $50 billion it wants at minimum, much less the $100 billion it truly wants.
Following Nextbit's acquisition earlier this year, it shouldn't come as a surprise to hear Razer is in the process of developing a gaming smartphone.
The Chinese company is skipping Shanghai and Shenzhen and asking Hong Kong's stock exchange to list it. It didn't take a selfie for the occasion.