Hundreds of millions of photos are created and shared on the Internet everyday, and most of them are taken by mobile phones. Today almost everyone has a smartphone, and phones’ camera technology has been improving at a surprising speed. With a great camera phone and photography skills, everyone can shoot stunning photos and videos on the go. We’ve rounded up several best Chinese camera phones for both professional photographers and shutterbugs.
When it comes to picking a camera phone, there are some factors to consider.
Want to replace your traditional watch with a smartwatch? Here we’ve compiled a list of some of the best smartwatches for Android and iPhone users in 2019.
As technology evolved, the digital watches and smartwatches were invented to act as more than a simple time teller. They’re like an extension of smartphones, keeping you connected at all times, making sure you immediately receive messages and notifications. They can be used as fitness trackers, to track your heart rate, sleep, exercise, and more. …
With the development of the Internet, Chinese youngsters can now enjoy convenient life services simply by installing several applications on their smartphones, such as renting apartments with housing platforms like Ziroom and riding with ride-hailing apps like Didi.
Perhaps it is the best of times, and the worst of times if these companies do not have any competitors.
The rising house prices in most major cities make it unlikely for Chinese millennials to be able to own a place any time soon. The online renting platform Ziroom helps young Chinese professionals rent well-furnished and decorated apartments in the…
Perhaps they made money with their viral yet meaningless content, but did they really contribute anything to the content market in China?
How would you picture those who work for the media agencies in China? Many would say that they work in larger cities, nice and tidy offices, and need to be constantly going to the field for new stories, interviews, and ideas to attract more views. However, a ‘new media’ village in Shandong has toppled such beliefs completely.
Recently, the weather in Beijing has gradually cooled, but I still get sweaty after getting pushed and shoved back and forth while commuting on the subway. After the hour-long commute, all I want to do the moment I get home is to take a quick shower. But more often than not, I’d find myself greeted by an empty shower hose after jumping in the tub because sadly, the water supply has been cut off again.
“Perhaps we need to pay the water bill again?” my roommate Lin messages me via our WeChat group. …
A senior product manager of a well-known social messaging tool shared some of his personal thoughts on how Bullet messenger is doing compared to the “almighty” WeChat.
Bullet Messenger, a messaging app developed by Beijing Kuairu Technology Co., Ltd. and invested in by Smartisan Technology, has climbed up to the top of Apple’s App Store download list just two days after the launch of Nut Pro 2S. I myself downloaded it out of curiosity and was very much impressed by the accuracy of its voice recognition. …
Smart speakers, voice interaction and interconnection functions in smart home appliances were the critical developments in the Chinese smart devices market in the first quarter of 2018.
A quarterly smart home device tracker by International Data Corporation (IDC) shows that 29.89 million smart home devices were shipped in the first quarter of 2018 in China, a year-on-year increase of 26.3 percent. Among them, video entertainment equipment and other large and small household appliances accounted for 87.4 percent of the total shipments.
“The voice platform and the interconnection platform in smart home appliances will become the strategic competing points for the…
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OPPO and vivo lead the Chinese domestic market in sales volume of over 73 millions in the first half of 2018.
According to Sino-Market Research Ltd., a Chinese market research company, OPPO and vivo sold 38.1 million and 35.5 million phones respectively, followed by Apple, the only non-Chinese brand on top seven list, with 32.1 million phones sold.
Huawei, Huawei’s Honor brand, and Xiaomi and Meizu follow the three to complete the top seven.
Rainbow flags fluttered around the world for Pride Month in June. One friend in New York shared a picture of the top of the Empire State Building lit in rainbow colors on WeChat Moments and tagged it “Happy and Proud.”