Xiaomi Valuation, Coolpad Play, Smart Home, Mi Band & Why Qiku Can’t Win-Xiaomi News

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May 11, 2015 by ...

IP theft? Crime truly pays

1-Why a Xiaomi IPO Will Hit the Stock Market Like a Tsunami

We don’t know exactly when the Xiaomi IPO date will be, but one thing is crystal clear.

When the Chinese smartphone maker does go public, Wall Street will gobble up shares of Xiaomi stock.

The ambitious company – just five years old – has already become the top-selling smartphone vendor in its home country. Last year Xiaomi Corp. moved into third place in the global smartphone market.


2-NXP Semiconductors Partners With Xiaomi, Qualcomm

Fast-growing Chinese consumer electronics firm Xiaomi has partnered with NXP Semiconductors (NASDAQ:NXPI) to make smart home products.

In an agreement announced Tuesday, NXP will provide its latest low-power wireless connectivity offering for the new Xiaomi Smart Home Suite. The suite consists of four wireless products: a motion sensor, door and window sensors, a wireless switching device for controlling appliances, and a multifunctional gateway that wirelessly links all the components together using ZigBee Wi-Fi interconnectivity.

Read More At Investor’s Business Daily: http://news.investors.com/technology/050515-751033-nxpi-signs-deals-with-xiaomi-qcom.htm#ixzz3ZpcZ7YtE 
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Excellent Mi Band review

3-Mi Band Review- A Band of One

Our Verdict

The Xiaomi Mi Band allows you to do enough for a wearable that costs Rs. 999. It isn’t enough for a fitness freak or others who are serious about health though. What it may do is push you to buy other wearable devices, which cost about five times as much as the Mi Band.

– See more at: http://www.digit.in/wearable-devices/mi-band-review-25997.html#sthash.8hY3EOLn.dpu

4-   ‘3 reasons Zhou Hongyi’s Qiku is not going to beat Xiaomi’

Earlier this week, just as Xiaomi was hosting an event showcasing its Mi Note Pro model, Qihoo 360 and Coolpad joint venture Qiku held an event to hype up the new company’s upcoming smartphones. At it, Qihoo CEO Zhou Hongyi made some big claims, including that his phones would “easily” sell for US$800, although the company doesn’t actually plan to charge that much. Qiku’s not-so-secret target? Xiaomi.


5-Chinese OEM Coolpad To Start Indian Operations Soon


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