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Opus One, the smart umbrella built by former Samsung engineers

By DailySocial | 6 hours ago

It's so convenient; users only have to shake the umbrella to find out whether they need to carry it or not Read More

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 buyers in South Korea file class action suit against Samsung

By Yon Heong Tung | Oct 24, 2016

Each plaintiff is demanding a compensation of US$440 Read More

Hong Kong's Kiddo wearable that aims to make you a good parent gets US$2M funding

By Sainul Abudheen | Oct 20, 2016

Jayesh Parekh and Dr. Prem from Jungle Ventures led the round, with participation from Fireside Ventures, Bio Sensors International and Gaja Ventures Read More

Top 5 non-Apple phones to replace your Samsung Galaxy Note7

By Joey Alarilla | Oct 13, 2016

Sure, the iPhone 7 is an easy choice, but there are some awesome phones out there to replace the exploding Note7 Read More

Updated: Samsung permanently discontinues the Galaxy Note 7

By Kevin McSpadden | Oct 11, 2016

The debacle surrounding replacement phones has illuminated a vague recall process that did not fix the problem, with Samsung ending up pulling the plug on the Note 7 Read More

Samsung to suspend production of Galaxy Note 7

By Kevin McSpadden | Oct 10, 2016

Despite months of negative headlines, Samsung expects to see Q3 operating profits grow as its stock hits an all-time high last week Read More

Replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone burns up on an airline

By Yon Heong Tung | Oct 06, 2016

Samsung's fiery battery woes continue despite mass recall Read More

Samsung fails to placate Chinese users after 6th phone ignites

By TechNode | Oct 01, 2016

Some are wondering if China is facing a double standard when it comes to the recall programme Read More

Samsung faces fresh wave of complaints over Galaxy Note 7 replacements

By Kevin McSpadden | Sep 24, 2016

A spokesperson said the problem is not related to the battery and the company is examining the issue Read More

Fingers pointed over China's scandalous Samsung explosions

By TechNode | Sep 21, 2016

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 exploded globally, but in China people were told they did not have to worry Read More

Why the iPhone 7 supply shortage may actually be a good thing

By Yon Heong Tung | Sep 19, 2016

Curbing your enthusiasm may be a good idea Read More

HTC and its stark future in virtual reality

By e27.co/duckju-kang1 | Sep 15, 2016

Can HTC become the Apple or Android of VR? Or will the company repeat its history and struggle like it did in the smartphone market Read More

[UPDATED] Samsung confirms recall of Galaxy Note 7 over exploding batteries

By Kevin McSpadden | Sep 02, 2016

The problem couldn't come at a worse time; the S7 launch had been a huge success and Apple is set to reveal the new iPhone next week Read More

Is the Gear VR’s successor preparing to launch?

By geektime | Jul 18, 2016

A Dutch fan club website has obtained a document hinting at just that Read More

Kuang-Chi’s US$300M Israel fund isn’t just because China wants smart cities; it needs them

By geektime | May 13, 2016

China's Smart City drive is not about becoming an advanced industrial economy, but rather shoring up infrastructure gaps in a heavily urbanised country Read More

The tortoise and the hare: While Singtel launches transit payments late, it comes with a bang

By Kevin McSpadden | May 10, 2016

The move is in conjunction with the launch of a new Singtel Dash app, making the service an all-in-one platform Read More

China and neighbors set to dominate global digital payments: report

By Kevin McSpadden | Apr 04, 2016

With North America and Western Europe also catching big chunks of the market, Southeast Asia and India are lagging behind Read More

Following Cisco, Samsung aims to turn Daegu into South Korea’s first major smart city

By geektime | Mar 30, 2016

Samsung and local SK Telecom (SKT) announced that they want to turn the South Korean manufacturing city of Daegu into an IoT test hub Read More

In Singapore, your phone is now your ticket to ride

By Kevin McSpadden | Mar 29, 2016

However, a certain subset of the population — Apple users — will be left out of the new EZ-link service Read More

The top Chinese smartphone brand, Huawei, just launched a mobile payment service

By Kevin McSpadden | Mar 11, 2016

Huawei Pay is only available in China, but with a growing market in Western Europe, it will be interesting to see how fast it looks abroad Read More

Early hands-on video review of Samsung Gear 360 VR camera

By geektime | Feb 23, 2016

Geektime had the chance to check out the Gear 360 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Samsung isn’t reinventing the wheel here, but it does position Samsung well in the burgeoning market Read More

These gadgets will blow your mind in 2016

By Guest Contributor | Jan 26, 2016

A phone that bends to fit in your pocket and a 3D scanner you can hold, there are many such exciting technologies in store for us in 2016, says the author Read More

Why physical wallets might become extinct in Asia in 2017

By Kai Kiat Ong | Jan 11, 2016

M-payments in Asia is expected to grow from US$85M in 2012 to US$163.6M in 2016, which means the field of m-wallet is wide open for the taking, says the author Read More

Singtel to work on smart home solutions for Singaporeans

By Colin Tung | Jan 08, 2016

It will conduct field trials and roll out solutions for home automation, health and elderly monitoring, and connected cars from this year Read More

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