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Will a Cheaper iPhone Kill Xiaomi's Chances in China?

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After I published my piece about China’s hot smartphone startup Xiaomi a couple of days ago, influential China Internet analyst Bill Bishop tweeted that if, as expected, Apple drops the price on its iPhone 4S in China, Xiaomi could die. I emailed Bishop to tell him I would write a...
Will a Cheaper iPhone Kill Xiaomi's Chances in China?
Already Valued at $4B, China's Xiaomi Has Declared War on Apple

Countdown to Dive Into Mobile (Plus Some Livestreaming for Those Who Can't Make It IRL)

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D: Dive Into Mobile kicks off in less than one week, and we at team #dmobile (hashtag alert!) are ready to go. Mobile leaders from Google, Facebook, Nokia, Verizon Wireless, Pandora, Mozilla, WhatsApp, Telefonica and more are set to join us in conversation on stage on Oct. 29 and 30...
Countdown to Dive Into Mobile (Plus Some Livestreaming for Those Who Can't Make It IRL)

Five Things We Learned at Dive Into Mobile, Day One

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D: Dive Into Mobile — Global Edition kicked off Monday with an afternoon of interviews that touched on everything from driving directions to the future of mobile operating systems. Here’s a handful of highlights: “Firefox OS? What the f**k?” asked AllThingsD‘s Walt Mossberg, kicking off the day’s first interview. Mozilla...
Five Things We Learned at Dive Into Mobile, Day One

Xiaomi CEO Bin Lin aims to ship 15 million superphones in 2013, expand sales beyond Asia

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Bin Lin, co-founder and president of Xiaomi Corporation, has only been in the business of selling high-spec Android phones for three years. But yet, here he is, talking on stage at D:Dive Into Mobile about just how successful his outfit has become. "No sales, no marketing, no retail --...
Xiaomi CEO Bin Lin aims to ship 15 million superphones in 2013, expand sales beyond Asia

Bin Lin Shows Dive Into Mobile the Power of Android in China (Video)

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Even many people who follow mobile technology haven’t heard of Xiaomi, but the company literally can’t make enough of its phones. Xiaomi sells out its supply in minutes each time it makes them available on its website. At Dive Into Mobile, Xiaomi co-founder Bin Lin talked about the company, its...
Bin Lin Shows Dive Into Mobile the Power of Android in China (Video)

Meet Xiaomi, the Biggest Smartphone Company You've Never Heard Of

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Xiaomi may not be the biggest smartphone company in China, but it’s probably the fastest-growing. And if you haven’t yet heard of it, you will soon. Xiaomi sold 7.19 million handsets in 2012 and expects to sell double that number this year. Fifteen million. Not bad for a company that...
Meet Xiaomi, the Biggest Smartphone Company You've Never Heard Of

Dive Into Mobile Gets Even More Global With Xiaomi's Bin, NQ Mobile's Khan and Ushahidi's Rotich

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The upcoming D:Dive Into Mobile, on Oct. 29 and 30 in New York City, aims to tell the story of how cellphones are changing lives around the world, and our three latest speakers will be a key part of that effort. Bin Lin is the co-founder and president of the upstart Xiaomi...
Dive Into Mobile Gets Even More Global With Xiaomi's Bin, NQ Mobile's Khan and Ushahidi's Rotich

Dive Into Mobile Ready to Take Back Manhattan on April 15 and 16

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As many know, Hurricane Sandy forced the postponement of our D: Dive Into Mobile conference when the storm hit New York City in late October. We had assembled some of the biggest names in mobile technology and an amazing array of demos for what was sure to have been...
Dive Into Mobile Ready to Take Back Manhattan on April 15 and 16

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi hits $158m in revenue, 500,000 monthly shipments

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Apple may be the company generating headlines from its Chinese smartphone efforts but lesser known Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi‘s business is taking off impressively. The firm introduced its $320 MI-One device last year, and it is now seeing revenues of $158 million and is shipping half a million handsets each month. The...
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi hits $158m in revenue, 500,000 monthly shipments

As Xiaomi Sells Out of New Flagship Phone, Bin Lin Talks About the Disruptive Chinese Start-Up's Approach (Video)

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Xiaomi co-founder Bin Lin was in many ways the perfect speaker for our Dive Into Mobile conference. Xiaomi is one of the most interesting corporate stories from the transformative global spread of smartphones, but its quick ascent is not widely known about outside of China. The company, which is just...
As Xiaomi Sells Out of New Flagship Phone, Bin Lin Talks About the Disruptive Chinese Start-Up's Approach (Video)

What Apple is up against in two growing mobile markets: China and Brazil

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Apple sells tens of millions of iPhones every quarter, but its biggest challenge is expanding the reach of the iPhone in markets where smartphones are incredibly expensive and new to a lot of potential customers. At the Dive into Mobile conference on Monday in New York City, two companies represented...
What Apple is up against in two growing mobile markets: China and Brazil
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