Imagine a self-watering pot which will tell you when your plant is thirsty for water or hungry for sun. One you can control remotely from your smartphone. That’s Greenopia.
Consumer wearables steal all the headlines, but enterprise wearables may become the unsung heroes of the smart gadget movement.
Nana can be slipped under a mattress to monitor a baby’s vitals. Parents learn more about their infant’s sleep and develop healthy sleep patterns.
Anis Uzzaman, general partner and CEO Fenox Venture Capital delivers a keynote speech on what Silicon Valley trends could soon grip the global tech scene.
Segway's passport to China comes down to branding and IP. What's Ninebot? Expect to hear more from them in the future.
The hardware vendor's smart home portfolio gets chubbier and chubbier.
Earlier this week, GGVC announced new investments in three different Chinese IoT startups. What does this VC see in the future for the Internet of Things market in China?
It lowers the costs of analytics and optimization for manufacturing, allowing smaller firms to invest in it.
Mitsubishi Electric's smart home prototype feels like science fiction come alive, with a heavy emphasis on the internet of things and high-tech appliances.
This Hokkaido startup made a name for itself with eco-friendly hardware, powered by wireless data and connected to mobile devices. Years later, its founder realized he was an IoT pioneer.
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 connected suites will be the first of many such hotel rooms from Ceasars catering to overseas Chinese.
Only a week into the new year and already the storyline for Tech in Japan 2015 are coming into focus. Yes, there is more than just Line Taxi.
Japan-based startup Cerevo hopes that the data its smart bindings' sensors collect will help new snowboarders pick up the sport faster.
The Ants smart webcam is one of many smart gadgets that Xiaomi has made after similar gadgets from fragmented companies got popular.
China's Huawei jumps into smart city and industrial internet-of-things sector with $25M acquisition of UK-based Neul