Category Archives: Startups
A few days ago we posted news about Viro, a smartphone startup which made outlandish claims to battery life. Unsurprisngly the company seems to have completely disappeared now from the web.
CEO of smartphone start-up OnePlus, Pete Lau, has taken the Ice Bucket challenge and challenges 3 more of China’s tech bigwigs.
Chinese start-up ANTVR has managed to raise $260,000 to produce its own Oculus Rift rival.
Chinese phone start-up IUNI launched the IUNI U2 today, a phone which might give the OnePlus One a run for it’s money!
OnePlus’s Never Settle philosophy has gained the young company a reputation among fans for not pulling any punches. There latest rival bashing campaign is perfect proof of this!
The Keybee keyboard has launched after being in development since 2012. We take a closer look at it and see if it really is a better way to type on a touchscreen.
If you were looking for some great news to start of the day then Pete Lau, founder and CEO of China’s OnePlus has it for you!
Xiaomi’s new offices are nearing completion and as an early sneak peak they have released some photos of the inside.
In an astonishing development, it has been learnt that Dong Nguyen, developer of the addictive (?) Flappy Bird title will soon be taking the game off the Google Play Store.
Hardware startup OnePlus have really started to start the hype machine up over on their Facebook page this week, their latest post claiming that they have created the most attractive phone yet!
Taiwanese smartphone giant HTC might just find themselves in a fix after trademark filing by comparatively lesser-known manufacturer.
Taiwanese based tech startup BeLuvv have taken on the admirable task of making the world a safer place one child at a time with the Guardian smart accessory and cloud app.
Chinese software company Shuame are developing an English version of their tool to allow international users to easily ROOT and flash their Android phones.
Have you ever fancied your own programable flying robot? Well now here is your chance with the Spiri Kickstarter.
To think that Chinese phone start-up only began shipping phones in 2010 its amazing to learn today the company is already worth $10 Billion!
Xiaomi are the darlings of China’s tech and mobile industry. Customers are calling out for them to go global and it appears they are listening!
Beijing’s latest smartphone startup launches its quad-core MT6589 Geak Eye Android smartphone tomorrow for 1999 Yuan!
At the Geak World event this afternoon in Beijing, Beijing based start-up Geak launched their flagship Geak Mars Android smartphone!
Chinese start up 7659 creates web based pirated iOS App store and iTunes alternative which doesn’t require a jailbreak!
Xiaomi have readied a record 200,000 Xiaomi M2s phones for fans to directly buy in what could be a change in marketing for the Chinese startup!