Priced at INR 11,999 (US$189), the Meizu M1 Note is up against the budget Xiaomi Redmi 1 in India.
The Chinese version of the Xbox One is getting a price drop, but will it be enough to turn flagging sales around?
Can Fove's affordable eye-tracking technology - promising a deeper, more emotional gaming experience - differentiate it from billion-dollar rival Oculus Rift?
Imagine a self-watering pot which will tell you when your plant is thirsty for water or hungry for sun. One you can control remotely from your smartphone. That’s Greenopia.
A video chatting gadget that promises to bring your family closer together has raised a big series B in China following its sales launch earlier this month.
Smartphones are now a common tool in China, owned by the average Zhou, just like washing machines or rice cookers. Here are 3 things that could happen next.
Consumer wearables steal all the headlines, but enterprise wearables may become the unsung heroes of the smart gadget movement.
China's flatscreen TV market is pretty crowded. Have the country's top two internet companies that make smart TVs found a way in?
Because of its ubiquity, DJI's quadcopters have been called the Model T, Kleenex, and Apple of the drone world
Zhou Hongyi is aiming his JV with Coolpad straight at Xiaomi. But there are three big reasons I don't think he'll actually be able to catch Lei Jun's giant.
It was purpose built with a single, narrow audience in mind - young women and girls who love selfies - and for that audience, it's a match made in heaven.
US$99 gets you one FlexPV wheel/motor that you can slap onto anything - a bike, a buggy, or even a shopping cart.
Chinese tech titan Tencent today unveiled its Android-based OS that’s designed for use across smartphones, game consoles, wearable tech, and smart home gadgets.
The Apple Watch may never become an iconic product like the iPhone. What it shares with the iPhone, however, is the rush to build apps suitable for the smartwatch.
Xiaomi VP Hugo Barra announced the Mi Band launch at the global premiere of the new Mi 4i in Delhi on Thursday.
With founders Lei Jun and Lin Bin in attendance, Xiaomi VP Hugo Barra shows off the thinner Mi 4i, which comes in 5 colors.
Xiaomi founders Lei Jun and Lin Bin took an auto rickshaw ride ahead of the global premiere of a new Mi phone in Delhi today.
Across Asia, there are a number of relatively new phone brands playing to their strengths in home markets, aiming to steal sales away from Samsung.