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An unauthorized attempt to access the administrative system was detected, but leaked information does not include passwords and identity verification data.
Japanese operator will work with the mobile messaging service provider to enhance voice and messaging capabilities of the former's smartphones.
Japanese mobile games giant will close its Beijing-based office and lay off all employees on June 28, but it has yet to announce a compensation plan for employees.
Daniel Loeb, founder of Third Point, one of Sony's largest shareholders, wants the company to spin off its entertainment division and sell its profitable insurance unit, in order to focus on reviving the electronics arm.
Drop in Japanese currency has pushed the cost of component imports, prompting the Japanese PC maker to jack up prices of their new PC offerings effective July.
Ailing Japanese electronics manufacturer wants to increase the sale of white label products such as refrigerators and washing machines to Samsung, in a bid to boost its business.
The Japanese carrier will integrate Pioneer's in-car navigation telematics technologies, with its mobile cloud expertise to make a full-scale entry into the field of intelligent transport systems (ITS).
Government has embarked on a mission to develop its next supercomputer which will be ready by 2020, aiming for exaflop capability or 1 quintrillion computations per second.
Japanese games developer is reportedly working to enable mobile app access on its consoles to boost flagging Wii U sales.
[UPDATE] Japanese electronics maker is reportedly considering pushing its chairman, Mikio Katayama into retirement and abolishing advisory posts, to increase the pace of business revival.
About 40 executives, including the CEO of the ailing Japanese electronics giant will forgo bonuses worth 30 percent to 50 percent of their annual salary, for the year ending March 2013.
The Internet giant has partnered SoftBank Capital to bring more U.S. startups to the Japanese market.
A weaker yen helped lift Nintendo back to profit for the fiscal year ending March 31, but it misses its forecast of 14 billion yen (US$142 million) following worse than expected sales of its latest game console Wii U.
Ailing Japanese electronics firm is mulling plans to lay off 600 staff, or 20 percent of its lithium-ion battery team, to improve dwindling profitability from lower prices and stronger competition from South Korean players.