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.
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Kankun Technology, the maker of a smart electrical socket in China, has announced it raised a series A round worth RMB 40 million led by Beijing Holch Capital.
The sensors measure things like light, sound, temperature, and movement. They can then send signals to other smart gadgets around the home.
The new Xiaomi Note smartphone wasn’t the only new gadget Xiaomi revealed at its press event in Beijing today.
This ordinary-looking pen hides a battery pack for your smartphone, a touchscreen stylus, and… a pen
Thanko's new battery pack offers a stealth option for emergency juice.
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.
Chinese smartphone maker has invested RMB 1.27 billion (US$200 million) into home appliance manufacturer Midea Group for a 1.3 percent stake in the company.
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 tablet.
Shenzhen-based startup Sleepace created RestOn, a sleep tracker placed under the user’s bed sheets to better quantify his or her sleep patterns.
Shopping for gadgets can be a pleasant experience in Singapore, if you shop at the right places.