Phones that have no borders around their displays make us say, "Hnnnnnnnnnng."
While it looks similar to the Redmi Note 4 unveiled in China late last year, the made-for-India Note 4 has a better camera and slight design tweaks.
Xiaomi's first-ever CES press event had many hopeful for news of a US launch, but the company remains focused on its home market.
Even though the company teased us by passing around a gorgeous, white, nearly bezel-less version of a Chinese phone.
The Chinese company's newest television is super slim and includes a full surround system, but it's not leaving the country soon.
If a long-life battery tops your list of phone needs, you can't do better than these. Did yours make the list?
The Chinese electronics maker is laying the groundwork for direct sales to US consumers, executive Hugo Barra tells Reuters.
What is the tech world like in Asia? What do people care about, how do they consume, where do they shop, what brands are big? This week, CNET's Aloysius Low gives us the low down.
Move over Micro-USB. The USB Type-C standard is here, faster and (best of all) flippable -- so you can plug it in right the first time, every time.
The Chinese phone manufacturer announced its plans to reveal a new "global" product at CES 2017.
If seeing is believing, be sure to check out this almost all-screen phone from China.
This limited-availability phone points to the future of phone design, though it could use a better camera.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.