Despite its world-famous engineering and design talent, Japan hasn’t produced the number of world-class tech companies we might expect. Why?
Exponential growth seems to be easier to chase overseas
You can’t always calm yourself down in the middle of a work day by doing yoga. But Cindy Gu, founder and CEO of Vitali, wants to support you with the next best thing: a smart sports bra.
In 2013, when Zhao Chen was appointed to launch a start-up accelerator in China, his move was met with suspicion among the tech community in Silicon Valley.
ON A RECENT weekend several hundred academics and lawyers gathered in a hotel ballroom in Shenzhen for a discussion on “Innovation, inclusion and order”, an event jointly organised by the law schools at Peking, Oxford and Stanford universities.
With manual labor fast making way for robots in factories in the Pearl River Delta, entrepreneur Joey Song has developed an industrial robot that can collaborate with people.
Who says knitting is for geriatrics? Thanks to a new Kickstarter project, it could be the newest hobby for millennials, too.
The first Roadie tuner was a miracle in a plastic case. This little device connected to your phone and then turned the machine heads (the little tuning knobs) on your guitar to exactly the right position. It worked wonderfully.
Finally sound like you’re supposed to.
The young Chinese city is shedding its reputation for cheap or counterfeit goods and being recognized as an international design and manufacturing powerhouse.