Chinese-owned Vertu vows to keep making luxury phones in the UK
Despite its new Chinese ownership, Vertu's freshly appointed CEO reassures us that he has no plans to move his manufacturing base out of the UK.
We turned on the Nintendo PlayStation: It's real and it works
When a mysterious "Nintendo PlayStation" prototype with both an SNES cartridge slot and a CD drive...
DJI Osmo review: A hand-held stabilized camera worthy of its price
DJI's Osmo is pretty much the most complete hand-held gimbal in the market right now.
A robot made me (marginally) better at ping pong
We're back for a rematch. The ping-pong robot has had an upgrade or two, and in Rocky-style, your...
Touchy turns you into an over-friendly, clingy human camera
"Hold my hand for ten seconds and I'll take a picture of you." That's what you get to say to peop...
Hong Kong's iPhone grey market cashes in on the 6s
In Hong Kong, a brand new iPhone 6s Plus could fetch you a $250 profit in the grey market!
Huawei's fight to fix its image and conquer the smartphone world
Huawei's smartphones are making their mark overseas, but have yet to find much success with American buyers.
The past, present and future of ASUS, according to its chairman
ASUS' history is just as fascinating as some of its latest achievements. We sat down with Chairman Jonney Shih to learn what keeps him going, as well as what his company is working on in its secret lab.
App maker Nextbit wants to build smartphones that 'stand out'
Nextbit is no longer just a mobile software company. We sat down with CEO Tom Moss in Hong Kong to find out why his startup is making a smartphone, and what it's going to be like.