Huawei HiSilicon recently announced that it now has a non-smart TV chip. This chip can receive analog TV signals and support external HDMI, VGA, CVBS. ... The post Huawei HiSilicon launches a non-smart TV chip with Lite OS appeared first on Gizchina.com.
May 16, 2019: The global precision agriculture market is expected to reach USD 43.4 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc.Precision agriculture is a farming technique which enables the efficient farming and improves the productivity with the application of various technologies.The technology provides the sustainable management of the resources for enhancing the food productivity.The fingerprint sensing technology has become a widespread and reliable biometric technology, resulting in further developments of the technology.The rising popularity of the sensing technology has largely attributed to the increasing development of electronic devices, such as smartphones, with the growing demand for security.Download sample Copy of This Report at: https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/precision-agriculture-market/request-sample With the growing advancements in the technology, the penetration of these sensors is expected to increase, owing to the flagship smartphones to be equipped with the technology.The growth in the market is dominated by tier one players, which include Samsung, Apple, Huawei, and other existing Chinese brands, such as Xiaomi, LeTV, and OnePlus, offering affordable flagships.Mobile payments are expected to further fuel the penetration and availability of fingerprint authentication technology.Approximately, 50% of the smartphones are expected to be embedded with precision agriculture, as services, such as Android Pay, Apple Pay, and Samsung Pay, are gaining traction.Complete Report Available @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/precision-agriculture-market With the increasing trend of online retailing through mobile phones, mobile commerce is also projected to boost the sensing technology over the forecast period.
Chinese video streaming company LeTV may lose its listing on the country’s stock market after accumulating significant debt, as major shareholder Jia Yueting pursues his dream of producing electric cars.In its first 2019 shareholders meeting held on Tuesday in Beijing, Bai Bing, LeTV’s secretary of the board, warned that the company’s public listing is at risk of being suspended if it records negative net assets in its audited 2018 financial results.The Shenzhen board-listed company reported total unaudited debt of RMB 12 billion (around $1.8 billion) in 2018, of which RMB 3.4 billion is owed to its suppliers.It also warned that it would be forced to delist after a year “if its 2019 annual report fails to meet regulatory demands,” (our translation) according to a notice released Monday.“We have been negotiating with the controlling shareholder (Jia Yueting) and his related parties about the repayment plans,” (our translation) Chinese media cited Bai as saying.He added that the company “never gives up” and will continue to ask Jia to return the money by cash or other assets, such as the shares in his electric vehicle (EV) startup, Faraday Future.
Jia Yueting, the CEO and a co-founder of troubled EV startup Faraday Future, has a notorious history with money.While his rise to fame and fortune in China was built partly around his vision — he started a streaming company in 2004 called LeTV, well before Netflix shifted away from DVDs — it was also built on financial debt.More than a decade later, Jia finds himself living in a mansion — one of a few that he owns, in fact — on the coastal cliffs of Rancho Palos Verdes, California.He’s been living there since last summer in self-exile, because that long trail of debt that he built up in China is finally catching up to him.Email the author at [email protected], or use SecureDrop or Signal to securely send messages and files to The Verge without revealing your identity.Major Chinese property developer Sunac China Holdings eventually came in with $2.2 billion and tried to steer LeEco out of the skid by paying back some of that debt.
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Le.com, internet technology and content company founded by Jia Yueting, founder of Faraday Future (FF), reported a total debt with interest to be around RMB8 billion ($555.4 million) for the period ended September 31 during an interim shareholders’ meeting on November 19.Le.com’s executives said the company is now preparing to respond to any potential bankruptcy and delisting requests, but didn’t elaborate.“Our debt pressure at the moment is huge.Until the end of September, we owed our vendors and service partners over RMB5 billion,” Zhang Wei, Chief Finance Officer at Le.com, said.Liu Shuqing, current CEO at Le.com, added that debt payment negotiations with lenders have “no substantial progress.”LeTV Sports and Culture, a related company of Le.com, was demanded by shareholders including Wang Sicong, owner of e-sports game League of Legend’s global winner team Invictus Gaming, to buy back shares to compensate losses.
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Leshi, previously known as LeTV, is likely to get suspended from the Shenzhen’s Stock Exchange, the Paper is reporting.On July 13, Leshi (乐视网) released a financial forecast for the first half (H1) of 2018 reporting net profit losses for shareholders between RMB 1.10 and 1.11 billion.The company released a statement the same day saying that if its net assets will be negative for the year of 2018, it will be at risk of being suspended from its listing.According to Shenzhen Stock Exchange regulations, if financial reports show that the net assets are negative at the end of the year, the exchange may decide to suspend the listing of the stock.The news comes just days after the Shenzhen Stock Exchange questioned Leshi regarding the new blockchain business of its smart TV subsidiary Lerong Zhixin.Leshi’s long string of financial woes began in 2016 but the real troubles emerged in June 2017 when Chinese courts started freezing the assets of Jia Yueting, the founder and former CEO of what was then called LeEco.
Leshi Internet Information and Technology, previously known as LeTV, has been questioned by Shenzhen Stock Exchange regarding its smart TV subsidiary Lerong Zhixin’s new blockchain business, our sister site has reported (in Chinese).The company is under the suspicion of using blockchain buzzwords to hype up its stock price.Lerong Zhixin (formerly known as Leshi Zhixin or LeTV Zhixin) announced plans on July 11 to launch a new smart hardware dubbed “One-chain Box” (一链盒子) in partnership with One Chain Technology.Lerong Zhixin also revealed that it will collaborate further with One Chain Technology in other areas of blockchain business including launching fundraising and token projects.The company also claimed that One Chain Technology’s shareholders and managing staff previously took on “key roles” within the Leshi ecosystem.According to the rather undetailed product description in local media reports, One-chain Box is an OTT (over-the-top) TV box that allows users to watch digital content at no cost.
Here we go again with some discount coupons for some tasty gadgets, courtesy of the popular e-shop Cafago.So as usual you can buy these things with some serious price cuts and your wallet is not doomed to cry every time you visit the shop.Anyway, here we go with the today’s selection.First piece is the tried and tested LeEco LeTV Le S3 X526 sporting the 5,5-inch FHD resolution screen, Snapdragon 652 processor, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, 16MP rear camera, 8MP selfie shooter, full metal unibody, dual SIM support, USB Type-C port, 3000 mAh battery and rear fingeprint scanner.Using the discount coupon APZ05 you can get to price as low as $113.99/94.99€ expiring on April 30th.And the second featured product today will be the original Xiaomi dual-unit half-in-ear earphones for some portable audio listening experience.
With the wireless charging getting more and more popular the demand for the charging pads and accessories is on the rise.And it will get even bigger with many of the upcoming flagships promising this technology.Today we have for you a discount coupon for the handy ROCK Wireless Charging Gravity Car Mount, courtesy of the Cafago e-shop.And for good measure we throw in some LeTV phone discount coupon too.The ROCK Wireless Charging Gravity Car Mount is a universal device usable either as the car charger or simply as the wireless charging pad.It can supply with power all of current smartphones with the Qi wireless technology thanks to the 5V/9V charging with 10W power.
Even when half of the mobile world is either attending the MWC 2018 in Barcelona or salivating over the flashy new prototypes, the Lightinthebox e-shop sales train is not going to stop.And for those who need a new phone right now it’s even better than the MWC, because these are not prototypes and some are also pretty good.Like the affordable yet powerful Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus with Snapdragon 625 for $179.98 / €150.7 or the slightly lesser sibling Xiaomi Redmi 5 with Snapdragon 450 for $139.99 / €117.28.If you are aiming higher and your pockets are deeper then you should surely consider the beautiful Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 flagship piece with Snapdragon 835 processore for just $425.94 / €356.85.Other brands than Xiaomi are present too, like the fantastic Huawei Honor 9 with the Kirin 960 processor and beautiful design for mere $335.98 / €281.48.If you are on a tight budget then you could maybe consider something older like LeTV LeEco Coolpad Cool 1 with Snapdragon 652, but with a low price of $109.98 / €92.14.
Sales machine never stops working without rest and respite, but for us customers it means that we are getting quite often the chance to get something cheaper with frequent flash sales and discount coupons.And today we have for you two fresh discount coupons again from the e-shop Cafago.First one is for the LeTV Leree Le3 smartphone model, which can offer 5,5-inch display with FullHD resolution, Snapdragon 652 processor, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, dual 13MP rear camera, 8MP selfie front cam and 4000 mAh battery capacity.And with the help of the discount coupon FEPZ21 you can get it for just $117.98 expiring on February 28th.Second discount coupon is for the TWS-K2 True Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with in-ear design, Bluetooth 4.1 connection, CVC 6.0 noise cancellation tech, built-in microfone and possibility of Single Track Mode using just one of them.It also comes with the 1200 mAh emergency power bank bank box for charging.
With 45.5% digital video viewers, YouTube has been named as the most popular video viewing platform in APAC, according to eMarketer.The number is further expected to rise by nearly 13%.The report named India as the fastest growing market with the viewership expected to rise from 203 million in 2018 to 285 million by 2021.Empowered by internet penetration, mobile phone video viewers in India will also rise to 204 million in 2021.As for China, video platforms like Youku, Tencent, iQiyi, LeTV and Sohu—will have the highest penetration rate of internet users accessing their mobile phone to watch video in 2018, at an estimated 65.8%.Australia and Indonesia will also rank highly this year, with penetration rates of 62.9% and 61.7%, respectively.
Cafago has provided us with some coupons on two really interesting products, a remotely controlled power socket and the LETV LeEco Le S3 X626.Let’s start off with the SONOFF S20 ITEAD, a smart outlet controlled via a phone.With it, users can instantly convert any plug into a smart plug with a convenient timer function, you can also turn on/off any connected device either on the app or by pressing the manual control knob of the WIFI outlet.The smart plug also allows you to set countdown/single/repeat timers to auto-turn on/off the WIFI controlled outlet, you can share the WIFI plug with your family so that you can control together or voice control your home appliances via Amazon Alexa or Google Home/Nest.Other features include “Sync Status”, where you get a real-time device status showing on the app; “Scene” which will turn on/off a group of devices with one tap and “Smart Scene” in which the outlet is triggered by temperature or other environmental conditions.You can get the SONOFF S20 ITEAD Wifi Wireless Remote Control Socket for only 11.75€/$13.98 using the coupon code JS172.
With the Christmas time just behind us many of us had a chance to unwrap a new phone as a gift under the tree, but even for those not so lucky the chinese e-shops are continuing with the sales and offers even in January.So you can get your own phone for example on Lightinthebox and then maybe still put it under the tree.Just maybe not the Xmas one .And today’s deals have for example the nice looking LeTV LeECo Coolpad Cool 1 phone either in the 3 GB RAM + 32 GB ROM ediitions for just $107.50/€94.27 or the 4 GB RAM + 32 GB ROM version with slight bump for $113.16/€99.23.Or maybe you still prefer the tried and tested popular Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Global Version with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB ROM for $162.04/€142.09.Then we have two borderless pieces with the HOMTOM S8 with 5,7-inch 18:9 screen, 4 GB RAM + 64 GB ROM and 3400 mAh battery for just $139/ €121.89 or the Doogee MIX 2 with big 6-inch screen , 6 GB RAM + 64 GB ROM and 4060 mAh battery for just $198.99/€174.49.
Lightinthebox strikes back with their own trilogy of phone offers today and luckily for us it’s not even remotely similar to the catastrophic new Star wars movies.So let’s take a look what the Light(inthebox) side has for us today.Starting with the Doogee MIX Lite model, the slightly toned down version of the original MIX can offer tri-bezel-less 5,2-inch HD display covered by Gorilla Glass 5, MT6737 processor, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB of internal storage, dual 13MP rear cameras, 3080 mAh battery or Android 7.0 Nougat.Available in fancy black/blue variants for just $85.45/€75.53.Next swoops in the LeTV LeEco Le Max2 X820 with overly complicated name, but sporting very powerful hardware including 5,7-inch display with 2K resolution, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4 GB RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, 21MP rear camera, 3100 mAh battery or very neat metal build.And for just $142.49/€125.90 it’s really a steal.
When the old LeTV debuted their first own smartphones, the company later re branded to LeEco seemed like a promising brand to agitate the crescent and competitive handsets market.However the company grow fast in popularity and this carried them to the imprudence of reaching high and dangerous flights.All that the LeEco’s founder and CEO wanted was to compete with giants US-based companies like Apple, Netflix, Tesla in the vast market segments which those companies acts.However the LeEco travel to US market was the worst decision made by the company and apparently will be the responsible for burying their old promising “never was” future.Few days ago the company suffered their worst blow up when the founder Jia Yueting was added to the China’s list of debt defaulters.Apparently the CEO’s name was included in the list just after he failed to settle a debt of about $72 million to Ping An Security Group, one of the most important investment companies in China.
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