Right now feels like a bit of an awkward stage in wireless tech – wifi is everywhere, but many devices still don’t take advantage of it. Most external hard driv...
Arcstone plans to ramp up recruitment and expand across Southeast Asia with fresh funding.
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...
We’ve all been there: you’re walking through heavy rain under the comfort of your umbrella. Yet you can’t help shake the feeling, “Wouldn’t it be nice to share ...
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With crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, hardware startups are flourishing across the region.
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...
These days, most people would probably know what a wearable is. As much as I am a tech cynic (constantly worried about how companies are stealing and selling my...
Smart beer taps could ensure that bars never run out of beer again. Finally big data solves a real problem.
Numerous health issues can arise if you fail to correct your posture. UpRight wants to solve that.
Healthcare apps are a tiny percentage of the entire app market, but the figure is set to rise with the advent of wearable tech.
Tekoia wants you to continue life as a couch potato.
Pointr offers navigation assistance inside large buildings and complexes.
The burgeoning internet-of-things movement is expected to be worth almost US$2 trillion by 2020. Will Japanese startups be able to take a piece of the pie?
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.
A Japanese entrepreneur created a special sensor kit that allow anime-themed body pillows to talk (and moan) when touched.
A fish hobbyist and entrepreneur has named his first product Dokdo Tank - a smart aquarium that he hopes evokes imagery of the disputed Korean islets.
SoftBank will provide winners with funding for prototype development, test marketing, and possible deployment through the tech giant's sales channels.
Line is dominating Asia, but how does CEO Takeshi Idezawa think they can push into the rest of the world?