The local arm of the Japanese IT services giant received a AU$5.3 million tax benefit from the Australian government, bringing its FY17 loss down to AU$16.47 million.
The Japanese corporate giant is reportedly set to part with a third of its mobile business.
Tokyo-based e-commerce operator plans to apply for 4G frequencies, which will be made available by the Japanese government in March 2018, and invest up to US$5.29 billion to build out the required infrastructure.
To make Japan a more accommodating environment for startup entrepreneurs, the government is reportedly set to launch a nationwide one-year visa program, extending its current six-month program that is only available in Tokyo and Fukuoka.
KDDI and Samsung have achieved speeds of 1.7Gbps during trials of 5G on a train travelling at 100km/h near Tokyo.
Direct government funding and tax support for business research and development represented 0.35 of the nation's GDP.
The Japanese company is looking to sell its PC business to remedy its financial situation, according to a report.
Despite the rocky financial status of Toshiba's global business, its Oceanic arm is in the black.
A mandatory subscription from Sony to use your robot? The future has gone to the dogs.
The Bengaluru-based ride-hailing company has locked down $1.1 billion, bringing its total investment amount to around $4 billion.
Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology will be using its new supercomputer system to accelerate R&D in areas such as artificial intelligence.
In return for its $1.25 billion investment, Seagate expects to enter into a long-term NAND supply contract with Toshiba Memory.
The Japanese conglomerate will also be investing 350.5 billion yen into the memory business it is offloading to a Japanese government-backed consortium.
The startup is gearing up to launch its cloud-based satellite antenna-sharing platform StellarStation.
FileMaker has launched its cloud platform in three locations outside of the United States.