2015 looks set to be the year that Xiaomi’s rivals catch up in terms of strong specs for low prices.
We all need more juice for our phones, so Xiaomi's affordable battery pack is proving pretty popular.
The latest robot companion from Japan craves attention, like a cross between a Tamagotchi and one of those dolls from home economics class.
The Polaroid Selfie touts a rotating camera, which "has a remarkably similar design to the patented rotating camera phone Oppo N1," says Oppo.
Dreamrocket launches second game, Dragon Laser for Android Wear, after cessation of 3D strategy game Lord of the Guardians.
The N3's outlandish looks and oddball features make this lesser-known brand sparkle in the eyes of those looking for something different, alternative, and weird
Casio attempts to ride the global EDM wave with a pair of beginner-focused DJ products that have enough features to attract full-fledged DJs.
(Updated on January 12: We removed Sat Nusapersada from this list because the data is still disputable.) Indonesia is one of the biggest smartphone markets in t...
Now that Motorola is owned by China’s Lenovo, Moto is making a return to the country - but minus all the Google apps.
Japan-based startup Cerevo hopes that the data its smart bindings' sensors collect will help new snowboarders pick up the sport faster.
As with the original Redmi, the new Redmi 2 costs just US$110 (RMB 699 in China) and packs some pretty strong specifications for the price.
The phone has very decent hardware, but we’re pretty mixed when it comes to its ‘Amigo’ Android skin.
A reverse image search on the purported Xiaomi laptop reveals that the photo actually comes from 2011. Oooops!
If a thin, capable smartphone with excellent build quality outweighs the details sacrificed to make it so, then the R5 is for you.
Xiaomi obliterated months of rumors and blind guesses today by confirming a new US$1.1 billion round of funding.
Chinese phone maker Xiaomi revealed today that it has sold one million smartphones in India in the five months since launching in the nation.
While the established tech giants continue to design most of the country’s hardware, this year saw several strong entries from domestic startups.
Indian phone maker Micromax launched its newest – and perhaps most important – smartphone in India this afternoon.
After Xiaomi yesterday won a temporary reprieve on its India sales ban, today Hugo Barra confirmed that sales of one phone model will restart in the country nex...
This US-based startup has some Chinese heritage, and plans to expand into the world's most populous continent in the long run. No pun intended.
If you’re in the market for a versatile and functional headset, you might want to consider the ASUS Strix DSP.
Xiaomi, the disruptive Chinese phone-maker that sold 18.7 million phones in 2013, has just revealed how much profit and revenue it pulled in last year.
If a cheap phablet with 4G is what you want, and you buy it knowing it could bite the dust in a year or less, then the Xiaomi Note 4G is right up your alley.
Youku Tudou, one of China’s biggest online video portals, today revealed its first ever hardware products. They include a wifi router, set-top box, and Android ...
This is a perfect entry level device for those who just want to try out a fitness wearable.
The Chinese smartphone vendor continues to make more and more peripherals
Trouble sleeping? Japanese startup Sleepwell wants to make it easier for you to find out if your restless nights are cause for concern.