Recently announced by Chinese company Ulefone, the Future certainly lives up to its name with the inclusion of a USB Type-C port and a fingerprint sensor. The phone will be available for purchase later this month.
Apple's bid to gain exclusive rights to the iPhone name in China has failed after a court threw out its claim. The decision means the Beijing firm at the center of the dispute can continue selling iPhone-branded bags, phones cases, and…
Uber's losing a billion dollars a year in China, but it hopes a new deal with Alipay will change all that. The partnership effectively makes it a lot easier for Chinese travelers to hail and pay for an Uber ride in all of the countries…
Keyever unveiled its unnamed Windows 10 Mobile smartphone, the first handset running Microsoft's latest mobile operating system to feature a physical keyboard. Keyever's smartphone will be released sometime during the third quarter.
The race towards driverless technology is now seriously burning up the pavement. The international competition is on like never before as China pursues the development of its very own autonomous vehicles.
With 70 percent of our global real estate consisting of oceans and other bodies of water, one country with plenty of experience dealing with overcrowding is taking to the seas to build new power plants.
In a rare news conference, Xu Dazhe, the head of the China National Space Administration, has reiterated the country's plan to land on Mars by 2020, following in the footsteps of the U.S. Viking 1 mission.
Apple's iTunes store for movies and books has reportedly been blocked in China. The online store only launched in the country six months ago, and so Apple executives will be keen to find out precisely why the action has been taken.
After spending just 80 hours aboard a Chinese research satellite this month, a batch of mouse embryos showed successful early-stage blastocyst development. The samples will now develop in Beijing alongside Earth-developed embryos.
An interactive female robot named Jia Jia is unveiled by Chinese researchers who hope their creation will one day become an intelligent "robot goddess" equipped with deep learning technology and the ability to recognize human faces.
It looks like Slack is about to go to battle. WeChat has finally launched its take on an office chat app, called WeChat Enterprise. The app is being dubbed by fans as WeSlack, and offers a number of interesting features.