Who needs a buttonless, portless smartphone? For the first adopters, there's always the crowdfunding sites and from there, we find the Meizu Zero.
ZTE is officially joining the increasingly crowded gaming smartphone field with the super-stylish Red Magic powered by a slowly aging Snapdragon 835 processor.
That was at the Super Early Bird stage, though you can still get great discounts even at the higher tiers. All for wireless earbuds that have more colors than AirPods.
It's envisioned that a smartwatch doesn't need to be on a wrist and doesn't need to be a watch — it can want to be a smartphone if it wants to.
The startup is apparently going through with selling an Android phone and will try to offer discounts to as many customers as possible.
The Canadian startup was working up hype for a $180-280 smartphone, but it had apparently crossed wires at the crowdfunding platform.
It's a US$180 Android phone that came together because a teenager from Ottawa couldn't afford those fancy CA$1,000 phones.
This company likes to use periods in its branding. It also calls the phone it's trying to sell the "mediocre chinese food you've been craving all week."
One of the company's co-founders claims that their display supplier is running terribly behind with improving production yields at acceptable quality.
We discuss how portable Windows 10 PCs have underwent a transformation in the past year or two on our show. Also, Android O's fragmentation magic wand!
The Chinese manufacturer is headed into the Windows 10 convertible tablet arena with a lighter-weight device that keeps up in finish and battery life.
With a largely unchanged design and visual concept, but upgraded specs and Android replacing Windows, the NuAns NEO Reloaded needs $370K to materialize.
WhartonBrooks is hitting the ground with an entry-level Windows 10 Mobile device on Indiegogo. But can it really grab the $1.1 million it claims it needs?
With almost $25,000 already raised on Indiegogo, a new Moto Mod prototype looking to add a sliding 5-row physical keyboard to the Moto Z rises.
A dozen prospective Moto Mods have been selected by Lenovo as "Transform the Smartphone Challenge" finalists, still seeking Indiegogo funding.
Now this is a Moto Mod concept worth exploring: a super-slim Moto Z "shell" with wireless charging, IR functionality, stylish looks, and low pricing.
It runs Windows 10, it folds up and has the latest silicon from Intel. And it was designed by a community. And it only starts from $699.
A Finnish startup is nearly ready to take its community upon its back and head to market with a Microsoft Surface competitor.
This "Transform the Smartphone" Indiegogo challenge sounds like a win-win. You think of innovative Moto Mods, Lenovo brings them to life.
In its first day, the ORBI Prime has garnered half of its funding goal. People are excited for some action specs with bleeding edge video possibilities.
Measuring tapes have done us well for a good, long time. But the creators of Misfit have decided to team up with a design firm to make a measuring pen.
Adapters are perhaps not rock and roll, but freedom of choice is, according to the makers of the world’s first iPhone 7 case with a headphone jack.
Indiegogo is seeing ChargeTech's second battery pack with 48Ah, two AC outlets, two full USB ports, a USB-C port and plenty of potential.