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LeMall and Leshi are still operating and giving out information, but the encompassing tech brand, LeEco, is pretty much dead, at least online.
Jia wants to work on an electric car-making joint venture in the United States, but the Chinese government wants to pull him back to pay his dues.
We produce some stories on the hottest topics in mobile technology, but we also thread the fabric of the background. Take a look at these stories and see how they should guide the industry into the future.
The week-long shutdown is intended to bring a refreshed look to the site. But that's on top of layoffs and a cash crunch at the company.
Best Buy had it at $250 some point in May. This time around, it's $12 better. Is it worth your time? The company that makes it is in deep financial trouble.
Leshi, which started as a streaming media company in China, is struggling to retain subscribers and is working towards paying off billions in debt.
The Chinese electronics manufacturer failed to go through with a $2 billion acquisition and is said to have cut some strings attached.
A Shanghai court allowed the three-year freeze to take hold on assets owned by Jia Yueting, his wife and three LeEco-related firms.
15 billion yuan in, 15 billion yuan out and there's more that needs to be paid off for this Chinese electronics company. It's two crises into cash chaos.
Its manufacturer may never bring a new phone to the US, but regardless of all that, you can't complain about much when buying a $250 LeEco Le Pro 3.
We discuss how portable Windows 10 PCs have underwent a transformation in the past year or two on our show. Also, Android O's fragmentation magic wand!
Financial troubles continue to burden the company's faltering expansion from China. A hardware ecosystem will fall away to content subscriptions.
Jia Yueting will move off of day-to-day operations and focus on the corporate body and product vision. His regime of spending has brought trouble to LeEco.
A struggling digital content platform gets replaced with an up and coming one. What does it mean for struggling electronics manufacturer LeEco?
About time those taxes were paid off. LeEco thinks you should get a few rebates of your own before the IRS has anything to say.
Back in October, chairman Jia Yueting said that the company had 500 employees in the US "with more being added each week."
The Chinese manufacturer is propping up a couple of newer MediaTek chips and a new digital assistant with third-party links in service.
The Chinese electronics manufacturer is said to be going through withdrawal pains as a factor of its aggressive spending and financial misdirection.
In this episode of our podcast, we also talk about Samsung's good and bad with the Galaxy S8 and Tizen as well as Russo-Canadian cellphone spies...
LeEco is back to its giving ways with an Amazon-based contest. And if you have an Amazon account, it's a one-button deal.
Employees got checks today that were supposed to come in on Friday. It's the latest rumored development of many that put the company in bad shape.
Amazon offers big savings on a number of unlocked phones for a limited time, with the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, Sony Xperia XA and XA Ultra front and center.
We delve into the nuances of what software features will hit home with most users as well as other mobile tech news of the week in our podcast!