The latest in wearables is a smartphone watch from Nubia Technology of China
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This simple yet smart technology could help several different areas of society read with greater ease and independence.
A Chinese company has created a way for shoppers to save money by buying together.
A shoe brand is using a messaging app to add direct-to-customer personalisation online while also engaging with millennials and Gen Z luxury consumers.
The unmanned underwater vehicles are part of the Chinese government’s plan to expand the country’s naval power using AI technology.
As dockless bike rental firms struggle, one has come up with a new way to potentially increase revenue.
A Japanese company has created hybrid chopsticks that use magnets to help those with motor skills issues pick up their food.
A new Chinese drone can mimic the flight of birds to perform undetectable surveillance from the sky.
An artificial intelligence and robotics startup has announced its plans to release a pair of AR glasses that is powered with an internal processor, Bluetooth and WiFi.
Researchers in China have developed solar panels with an integrated electrode that can also harvest energy from the power of falling rain.
One of China’s leading private healthcare providers launched an app for patients who want to book a home visit with a nurse.
Unmanned surface vehicles for autonomous cargo shipping are being tested in the South China Sea.
A new surveillance system is being utilized to monitor students facial expressions, letting teachers know what emotions they are experiencing.
A Chinese AR shopping app hopes to increase retail sales by appealing to Chinese millennials
Using facial recognition technology, these smart glasses are helping police to track criminals.
An ecosystem of hardware and software is simplifying the programming and development of robotics functionality.
Chinese company has launched a pay-as-you-go gym that fits inside a booth and is unlocked by using a QR code.
A transparent, flexible energy harvester could allow wearable electronics to power themselves.
An architect has been commissioned to design a city in China to beat pollution, which will be completed in the next three years.
China’s start-up scene is buzzing, with coastal cities gearing up to rival Silicon Valley. Long considered a nation of imitators rather than innovators, perceptions of the country are shifting, with investors flocking to fund innovative new Chinese tech companies.