Xiaomi today announced the launch of a new member to its speaker family — Mi Internet Speaker 2. The speaker comes in white color only. Mi Internet Speaker 2 features rectangular aluminum..
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Xiaomi with its unique user friendly launches of digital devices to make our life more easy and comfort table, today unveiled a motorized curtain controller Aqara Smart Curtain Controller. Aqara Smart Curtain..
ADATA today launched the D8000L power bank, which doubles as a powerful LED light source. The entire top side of the D8000L is devoted to multiple LED bulbs rated 200 lumens. ADATA..
High school girls in Japan spend an average of seven hours a day on their mobile phones, as per a survey conducted by information security firm Digital Arts revealed. Nearly 10 percent..
Samsung today announced that it would introduce the Galaxy S8 Plus Special Edition with expanded embedded memory and RAM capacity for Korean market. The Galaxy S8 series has 64-gigabyte memory and 4-gigabyte..
South Korea’s No. 2 mobile carrier KT Corp and Verizon Communications today jointly demonstrated the world’s first hologram call on a fifth-generation network. KT’s head Hwang Chang-kyu and CEO of Verizon Lowell..
Casio announced today the release of a new addition to the EDIFICE line of metal sport watches – the new EDIFICE EQB-501TRC. This is the second limited edition model released by Casio..
Nissan and City of Yokohama announces Car sharing service featuring Nissan’s ultra-compact electric vehicle in Japan
Nissan and the City of Yokohama today introduced a round-trip car sharing service today featuring the Nissan New Mobility Concept, an ultra-compact electric vehicle. The service, Choimobi Yokohama, enables users who register..
LG today unveiled its flagship smartphone G6. The LG G6 comes with a 5.7-inch QHD+ (2,880 x 1,440 resolution) FullVision display, and for the first time ever in a smartphone, an 18:9..
KDDI service to help Japanese in need to find empty toilet cubicles through smartphones and computers
Japanese telecommunications carrier KDDI will soon launch a service in Japan to let people know how many cubicles are occupied through smartphones and computers. Sensors in the cubicles detect when the doors..