Archives For Japan
Ford, along with allies in Congress, is pushing for a free trade deal with the European Union that would harmonize regulation between the two markets.
LG has finally taken the wraps off of the much rumored Optimus G Pro, a high-end smartphone that's designed for the Japanese market.
Sony's announcement of the Xperia Tablet Z came with a surprise--it's the thinnest tablet to be released to date with a thickness of just 6.9 mm, besting Apple's iPad mini's 7.2 mm girth.
It looks like not only were rumors true that HTC is in fact working on a quad-core 5-inch phablet, but it appears that HTC is increasing its leadership with display technology thanks to a brilliant Super LCD 3.0 display.
Kyocera Launching Urban Progresso Tissue Conduction Phone in Japan This Week
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Sony XPERIA acro HD is a Waterproof XPERIA S Variant for Japan
If you want everything--and the kitchen sink--in a smartphone, look no further than the Sharp Aquos 102SH Android smartphone that's destined for the Japanese market.
No official announcement, but Fujitsu has announced the first Windows Phone 7 Mango device, for Japan.
Panasonic has introduced its plans to release its first smartphone in Japan and then to continue to spread out to other regions worldwide, but company president Fumio Ohtsubo warns that U.S. residents should not hold their breaths for Panasonic to launch phones there.
Sharp, which has released a number of Android smartphones under its Aquos brand in Japan, will be looking to take the brand global with smartphone releases worldwide
In a mobile handset that is speculated to be destined for Japanese carrier DoCoMo, Fujitsu is said to be placing the desktop-class Windows 7 OS along with Symbian on a dual-booting Fujitsu Loox smartphone.
Apple's Post-Tsunami Strategy Will Give It Better Advantage for Components
Texas Instruments' manufacturing plants in Japan were closed down after the earthquake, which could cause consumer electronics prices to surge as a result of demand for semiconductors.
Verizon is offering free calling and messaging to Japan for most of its customers through April 10. The move is an attempt to make it easier for friends and family to communicate with those affected by the earthquake and Japan.
The news of the historic earthquake and subsequent tsunami is both terrifying and humbling in its scope of this still very early event. Certainly our thoughts and prayers are with all that are affected.