How China's fast-growing smartphone maker works with Yeelink, a company that makes smart lightbulbs.
The personal mobility device will be sold to local governments and enterprise customers from April 1.
US$100 phones used to be awful. The original Xiaomi Redmi changed that when it appeared in 2013. But can the new Redmi 2 still compete in 2015?
Ten teams from the prestigious University of Tokyo crossed the globe to show off their gadgets in Austin. Here are the remaining five.
The Philippines leapfrogs Vietnam, which drops to the fourth spot, according to the IDC.
Philippine budget phone maker Cherry Mobile overtakes South Korean giant Samsung as the leading smartphone vendor in the Philippines in 2014, IDC reports.
Ten teams from the prestigious University of Tokyo crossed the globe to show off their gadgets in Austin (and plug their Kickstarter campaigns).
I’m upgrading it from "no-no" to "so-so." Many issues persist, but it’s hard to expect better for the money.
Ring Zero cuts the original device's weight in half and increases gesture accuracy by 300 percent. It also teaches users how to gesture properly.
ELF's small six-rotor drone, dubbed ELF, combines another up-and-coming consumer hardware trend – virtual reality (VR).
Ecommerce titan Rakuten is doubling down on its struggling Kobo ereaders by acquiring an ebook marketplace called OverDrive.
Let’s take a look at five good GoPro alternatives that all cost just under US$150.
Fitness geeks, get ready to introduce a little extra tech into your lives. Chinese fitness apparel giant Li Ning has just announced that it has partnered with Huami, the company behind Xiaomi's Mi fit...
Xiaomi’s MiPad, which comes with a 7.9-inch 1080p HD screen, will cost INR 12,999 (US$207), while the Redmi 2 (with a 4.7-inch 720p HD screen) is pegged at INR 6,999 (US$112).
A regulation set to come into effect in 2017 will make it harder for imported smartphones to enter Indonesia. This is a big challenge to global brands.
At Apple’s press event today in San Francisco, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that the company’s newest gadget, the Apple Watch, will be hitting some parts of Asia on day one. China, Hong Kong, and Japan...
The Japanese tech giant spent years miniaturizing infrared LEDs and cameras that allow next-level biometric security to fit in mobile devices.