The projects on this month's list are all still raising funds. Here's our top five for November.
Apparently, they're bad for other electronic devices surrounding it.
Baidu's DuBike smart bike project just launched its official site, and it looks pretty damn cool.
If you're on the road a lot, you know that between the various power systems in different countries, and the hotel rooms with few outlets, charging your stuff c...
To be clear, Xiaomi did not announce a smartwatch. Barra says there will be a “decision in the next few months” and for now there are “no solid plans.”
Shenzhen-based startup Sleepace created RestOn, a sleep tracker placed under the user’s bed sheets to better quantify his or her sleep patterns.
The part of Nokia that wasn’t sold off to Microsoft showed that it’s still in business today with the surprising reveal of a budget Android tablet called the N1...
A lot has been written about the working conditions at Foxconn, but a poet/laborer who recently committed suicide at his Foxconn dorm left behind several poems ...
A team of engineers out of Canada and China’s prestigious Tsinghua university is prepping the launch of what it claims is the first truly foldable electric bike...
Today Xiaomi revealed that it saw a record high of 1.16 million phones sold during China’s Singles Day event.
Guangzhou-based Ehang aims to get its Ghost drone into the hands of an audience beyond the already-saturated market of RC flying hobbyists.
10 startups have created these really fun, smart gadgets. Three of them are crowdfunding right now.
Redmi Note is sold at Rp 2 million (US$164).
Shopping for gadgets can be a pleasant experience in Singapore, if you shop at the right places.
OnePlus has sold just over 500,000 phones since the new brand hit the market in 16 countries in May.
Lenovo ships record 32.8 million smartphones worldwide in past 6 months, but it’s losing ground in China
Lenovo’s newest earnings report, released this afternoon, shows that the Chinese company shipped 32.8 million smartphones worldwide in the six months ended Sept...
Chinese fitness wearable maker Codoon secures $30M funding, but is it enough to compete with Xiaomi?
While the price of Codoon’s gadgets undercuts Fitbit, it will have a more difficult time in China thanks to smartphone maker Xiaomi’s entrance to the market.
The biggest factors that keep Chinese smartphone makers out of western nations are carrier subsidies, patents, and cultural stigma.
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Equipped with an octa-core MediaTek processor, the Himax Polymer is one of the most solid phones you’ll get for under US$200.