A team of scientists led by a Korean professor invented new transparent solar panels that can eventually be used to charge smartphones.
Professor Joondong Kim and his colleagues from the Incheon National University in Korea, recently published their latest invention in the Journal of Power Sources on Jan. 1, according to Science Daily.
A toddler in eastern China whose parents claim has a smartphone addiction was recently diagnosed with severe myopia.
The 2-year-old girl, identified only as Xiao Man, started watching videos on either of her parents’ smartphones as early as age 1.
It can be hard for previous generations to keep up with the ever-growing advancement of modern technology, which is why some schools are now offering smartphone lessons to teach the elderly how to use modern technologies to help them communicate with their loved ones living far away.
Cassandra Lin, a member of the massive private Facebook group Subtle Asian Traits, recently shared a picture of her grandpa and grandma taking up lessons on how to use smartphones at a senior college in Shilin district, Taipei, Taiwan.
A 47-year-old female migrant worker developed a blood clot on her brain after staring into her phone during a 20-hour trip without taking a break.
The woman, whose name has been withheld, was traveling from her hometown in Henan Province, central China, to the city of Guangzhou when she developed the blood clot, according to video news site Kankan News, as translated by South China Morning Post.
Kentucky Fried Chicken is joining forces with Huawei to release a limited edition smartphone in honor of the fast-food chain’s 30th anniversary in China.
In collaboration with one of China’s largest electronics company, the KFC Huawei Enjoy 7 Plus is available in signature red with a logo of Colonel Sanders and 1987, the year KFC made its debut in the country, inscribed on the back.
Almost everyone in the world has a mobile phone and everyday, people spend hours using them. But excessive use of your smartphone not only takes away your time, but also damages your neck and the precious vertebrae within.
South China Morning Post reported on a 14-year-old girl from Qingdao, Shandong province who was taken to the doctor because she couldn’t straighten her neck upwards after she spent too much time using her cellphone. Doctors studied her X-rays and found that her upper spine has become deformed.
When it comes to hygiene and cleanliness – Japanese airports have taken matters up a notch by introducing “toilet paper” specifically for smartphones.
According to The Guardian, if you find yourself at Narita International Airport, you will be pleasantly surprised to find a toilet paper dispenser next to your regular toilet roll. But because of its miniature size, people might wonder what it’s for. Well, it’s to give your phone screen a germ-busting wipe. Considering that 1 in 6 cell phones are contaminated with fecal matter, this isn’t a bad idea.
A tech security firm has discovered that some cheap Android smartphones sold in the U.S. have been extracting users’ personal data and then transmitting them to a China-based company.
Commercial firmware pre-installed on some Android smartphone models sold in the U.S. has been found to be secretly sending highly sensitive data to Shanghai Adups Technology Co. Ltd., a maker of Firmware Over The Air (FOTA) update software systems, TechCrunch reported.
Chances are you’re probably charging your smartphone wrong and doing more damage to your battery than you know.
Many of us know the struggle of having our phones die on us half way through the day. Even when we charge it to 100% capacity overnight, it fails after a few hours of usage. Well, the key to prolonging the life of your battery lies in the way you charge your phone.
Phone mishaps happen, but we’ll admit this one is pretty bad.
A Chinese man was recently forced to rip off his pants in the middle of a street when his alleged Samsung smartphone exploded in his pocket.
Is it a smart phone or is it a smart watch? Maybe, it’s both.
A small Chinese startup called Moxi Group is introducing a device that doubles as a smartphone and a watch. The product has a bendable touchscreen that can wrap around a user’s wrist to be worn as either a watch or bracelet. When unraveled, it works like any regular non-bendable smartphone.
Sometimes when cooking rice you can end up with a mushy mash of baby food or a pot of dry gravel.
Perfecting the art of cooking rice is something Chinese tech company Xiaomi has developed a solution for. The company recently introduced its newest home appliance that can be controlled with a smartphone.