Smartisan struggled in a crowded market after its debut last year. But the startup is still keen to fight Apple and Xiaomi with this new phone.
The OnePlus 2 makes a superb first impression right out of the box. But our test threw up plenty of bugs and highlighted a few compromises.
The Senth IN1 headset is like Google Glass for cyclists.
Exploride lets you access music, maps, calls, texts, and alerts on a transparent panel fixed on top of your car's dashboard. And, you can control it all with ge...
Tokyo startup UPQ hopes to revitalize Japan's struggling consumer electronics industry with affordable gadgets sold direct to consumers.
Xiaomi's customary summer launch event - its fifth ever - just kicked off in Beijing.
Lumos helps cyclists stay safe and visible on the road.
Hong Kong startup Aumeo has already crowdfunded more than $227,000 for its tailored audio device, designed by a world-renowned ear doctor.
The Kat Walk treadmill wants you to get up, get down, and get jiggy with VR. It supports popular games like Crossfire and GTA
Nana, a smart mat that was originally marketed as a safe and unobtrusive sleep tracker for babies, is now targeting a totally new segment.
Instead of being locked down to a gaming console, Exvision's gesture-recognition module complements an endless library of smartphone and tablet games.
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?
Let’s take a look at five good GoPro alternatives that all cost just under US$150.
It’s a similar situation to Xiaomi’s upcoming US debut – it’s all about ecommerce rather than smartphones.
Chinese smartphone and gadget maker Xiaomi this morning unveiled its newest toy, a GoPro-like sports video camera dubbed YiCamera.
The Xiaomi MiPad is priced at S$299 (US$220) in Singapore, and a comparable RM 799 in Malaysia.