Articles about Japan
Japanese messaging app provider Line has introduced mobile payment and other new services that will be launched by the end of the year, report ZDNet Korea's Jaehwan Cho and Cho Mu-hyun.
Just days after announcing job cuts in its global PC business, the Japanese hardware vendor says it will invest US$1 billion over the next five years in Southeast Asia and wants to double sales to US$7 billion.
Asia-Pacific economies are more likely to be the targets of advanced persistent threats attacks than their global counterparts, with most frequent attacks in South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, reveals FireEye's study.
Honda has launched the latest version of its humanoid robot ASIMO. This is its most dextrous and responsive robot so far, setting the scene for what a robot filled future will look like.
Masayoshi Son's recent big pick banks on Nikesh Arora driving his firm firmly into the future so it can compete with the likes of, well, Google.
Virtualization vendor inks deal with SoftBank's telecom and IT reseller subsidiaries to offer its infrastructure-as-a-service offering in Japan, making it the first Asian market to offer the VMware service.
A Japanese man suspected of possessing guns made with a 3D printer has been arrested, in what is said to be the country's first such detention.
A Tokyo-based judge has extended the time permitted to discover why Bitcoin trading post Mt. Gox failed and why customer funds were stolen.
As part of a global plan to cull 5,000 jobs in order to refocus the company, Sony has made a number of Australian and New Zealand employees redundant.
Country detected over 12.8 billion cyberattacks launched against the government and other organizations last year, a record number since such attempts were tracked in 2005.
Akamai's latest State of the Internet report for Q3 2013 shows Australia's average connection speed slowly picking up, as South Korea, Japan, and Hong Kong continue to race ahead.
Moody's has cut its credit rating on Sony to junk, saying the Japanese electronics giant had more work to do in repairing its battered balance sheet.
Ministries are told to avoid certain software for generating Japanese characters when making confidential documents, because the service is linked to cloud servers overseas.
Potential uses of the headwear include in road navigation, checking blood pressure or flipping through of slides in a presentation. Besides wireless communication, it will also include tactile feedback.