One of the biggest appeals of having a smarthome is getting rid of all of the freaking remotes. The air conditioner, TV, speaker system, cable box, Blu-ray play...
Korean startups are turning heads from major accelerators, but one key ingredient they’re missing could stop them from going global.
Battling head-on against a tech giant is not normally what startups do. But Teewe believes it can beat Google to the living room of families around the world.
Based on an idea by 16-year-old Kingsley Cheng, the Aegis Pro could be the answer for health-conscious audiophiles.
Hardware manufacturing can be a painful, long, and expensive process. Factories may be experts at producing 10,000 copies of something, but what if you just nee...
Now, Micromax users get a free trial of Gaana’s premium service and immediate access to the app.
Anish Mampetta used to build robotic missile-guidance systems for military use. Then he became a father. Now he makes robocars for kids to learn tech through pl...
A Hong Kong-based sextech startup is bringing adult toys for men up to speed with modern technology.
Japanese startup Beatrobo is using its PlugAir technology to bring physical video game cartridges up to speed with the smartphone era.
Yukai Engineering’s Bocco robot offers a screen-free way for families to communicate. It could also become a hands-free controller for future smart homes.
The latest iteration of Beatrobo's PlugAir hardware uses sound waves to authorize ecommerce payments, just by plugging it into a mobile device's audio jack.
Look ma, no hands! This device turns any car into a smart car with a transparent display on top of the dashboard to manage calls, navigation, music, and more.
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.
Hong Kong, in particular, is alive to the possibilities that this industry holds, and is trying to build an ecosystem to nurture these technologies.
Korean startup Yolk wants to show ordinary smartphone users that green technology can be aesthetically pleasing and ultra-portable.
Hong Kong startup Aumeo has already crowdfunded more than $227,000 for its tailored audio device, designed by a world-renowned ear doctor.
The Laser Egg claims to be the most accurate in its price range, and it connects to its fellow devices in the cloud to map out oases of clean air.
HWTrek, a Taipei startup that connects hardware makers with experts to help build marketable products, today announced it has completed a US$4M series A round.