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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.
This is a perfect entry level device for those who just want to try out a fitness wearable.
Huami, the Chinese startup that’s Xiaomi’s fitness wearables partner, has secured US$35 million in series B funding.
Razer announced today that the Nabu will be available first in North America on RazerStore, with selected retailers to be announced later.
It's still only officially available in China, for now, and will go on sale in Hong Kong and Taiwan tomorrow. At its peak, it sold 103,000 in a single day.
Following several smart ring disasters, Japan's OZON skipped crowdfunding and went straight for VC dollars with its functional prototype.
The Arki coaches you by gently vibrating whenever it detects that you are adopting a poor walking posture.
This time around, simple proved to be best, with a cloud-powered screenshot app besting two solid hardware pitches.
The five startups collectively netted US$28 million in funding from Intel's VC arm.
“Now, more Chinese people are understanding the importance of exercise and maintaining a healthy lifestyle" - and that's a huge business opportunity.
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This is a three-in-one wearable - a fitness tracker, a mobile app, and a personal coaching service for fitness enthusiasts - priced at INR 3,999 (US$65).
The Martian Notifier, priced at INR 9,999 (US$165), will display alerts and notifications you choose from your phone, double up as a hands-free speaker, and support voice commands.
Unless there’s a specific feature or third-party app that you just can’t part with on the Fitbit and Jawbone, there's no reason not to buy the Mi Band.