Articles about Japan
Silicon Valley startup is growing 30 percent each year, offering a cloud-based platform to manage corporate discounts--a concept new to the U.S. but mature in Japan, says co-founder Taro Fukuyama.
Windows Phone continues its merry march of picking up users at the expense of mobile operating systems that are neither iOS or Android.
NSA wanted to extend its international fibre cable taps to Japan in 2011, only to be denied by Tokyo.
The males prefer computers and manga comic books to sex. Lousy job prospects doesn't help their libido. Are US and European millennials the same?
Japanese carrier says it's targeting to deploy an ultra-high speed network capable of delivering 1,000 times the capacity and 100 times the speed of its current network.
In an answer to Google Glass, the telco is developing augmented reality glasses enabled with character recognition technology to translate signs and menus, expected to be ready in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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Japanese mobile carrier has ended its iPhone holdout and offered Apple's latest smartphones, iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, after losing customers and market share to rival telcos in the country.
NEC opens research facility in Singapore to tap analytics and big data technologies to resolve infrastructure challenges locally and globally, with special focus on safety, security, and smart energy.
The Japanese electronics firm plans to cut its losses and will instead focus more on developing smartphones for business use in line with its popular "Toughbook" notebook PC series.
The Japanese e-commerce giant is set to snap up the crowdsourced video subtitling site, which has been dubbed "Hulu for the rest of the world".
The Japanese mobile carrier plans to use fuel cells at its cellphone base stations as emergency power sources in the event of a disaster, and will select other base stations by the end of 2013.
Japanese electronics giant's board of directors "unanimously" decide to retain its entertainment business as it is integral to the company's strategy, following shareholder Daniel Loeb's proposal to spin off the division.
Japanese government allocates 2500MHz spectrum to KDDI because it offers better utilization plans for frequency assets inside buildings and tunnels. Softbank lodges petition against decision, with its president "prepared to die" to voice its objections.