Singtel, SoftBank, Etisalat, and Telefónica have banded to form the Global Telco Security Alliance, pledging to share data on cyber threats and tap each party's resources to support customers worldwide.
The cable spanning 10,500km and 11 landing stations is expected to be completed by end of 2020 and provide 144Tbps.
Japanese e-commerce giant is looking to evolve its Super Points loyalty points platform and unleash its own blockchain-based cryptocurrency, called Rakuten Coin.
Japan-based manufacturer has sent its HR to the cloud as it eyes global expansion.
Coincheck has been ordered by Japan's financial regulator to get its act together after hackers stole $530 million worth of digital money from its exchange.
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.
The ABCI supercomputer will be used for artificial intelligence and machine learning research.