This startup wants to tackle Braille illiteracy and end the biggest discrimination issue you've never heard of - information discrimination against the blind.
Sleepace, maker of a gadget that monitors people’s sleep, revealed today that it has secured US$7 million in series B funding.
Moov has announced a new version of its tracking hardware, which sports a new look, a better battery, and additional features like step tracking and sleep track...
Xiaomi reveals the app-connected running shoes that it has created with Chinese sportswear company Li Ning.
Smartwatches were here many years before touchscreen smartphones. Here's what you need to know about wearable tech.
Seoul-based WAY wants to position itself as a dermatologist in your purse and a defender against skin damage, even skin cancer.
Old age, injury, and illness can lead to a loss of bowel control. This startup is restoring human dignity by allowing its users to live diaper free.
Consumer wearables steal all the headlines, but enterprise wearables may become the unsung heroes of the smart gadget movement.
This Tokyo-based startup used its prior experience in messaging and real-time video editing to release a launch-day app for Apple Watch.
Baidu’s smartwatch OS will first appear on a new watch from a "major manufacturer" in June.
Apple opened its Apple Watch Store in Tokyo this morning at Shinjuku's Isetan department store.
Over 2 million Muslims perform the obligatory pilgrimage each year. Hajj Guider wants to assist them.
Richard Hsu has been based in China for just over a decade and has seen some momentous changes in the tech industry in that time. He arrived in Beijing in 2004 ...
Jenax's battery offers higher capacity than the competition in an unlimited variety of form factors, with a strong focus on wearable devices.
Today, South Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy announced US$400 million in backing for a new breed of tech startups.
Chinese search giant Baidu has quietly launched a voice search app specially built for Android Wear smartwatches.
While the established tech giants continue to design most of the country’s hardware, this year saw several strong entries from domestic startups.
This US-based startup has some Chinese heritage, and plans to expand into the world's most populous continent in the long run. No pun intended.