With the newest Monster Hunter game announced, let’s take a look at the games that its series inspired, Monster Hunter clones.
Huawei finally announces its upcoming wearable, the Huawei watch, opening a demo presentation at its press conference at this year’s MWC 2015.
Microsoft finally introduces its low-cost Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL Windows phone models.
Vaio finally reveals even more tidbits about its upcoming hybrid 2-in-1. But would you want one?
The PS Vita is still massively popular, while the Xbox One is struggling to keep its sales up… wait, what?
Japan also had its own share of history in the development of computers, with the PC-98 standing as one of the most important pillars that shaped the modern Japanese PC industry.
Elderly care is no small issue in Japan. In fact, it may be perhaps one of the most important driving points in the future of Japanese robotics research.
Even today the Japanese still love their electronic dictionaries, and it’s not just because they love antique gadgets.
AIST’s latest research unveils what might be the replacement for the traditional transistor in memory storage systems in the near future.
We’ve seen smart ring devices control other devices and computers at home, now Fujitsu Labs develops a similar to device for eyewear type wearable devices.
A collaborative research project between Touhoku University and JST reveals the data retention and energy production potential of spintronics via surface plasmon resonance.
Market research firm BCN Inc. announces the BCN Awards 2015, in which Sony, NEC and Microsoft wins the most important categories in consumer tech.
A subsidiary company of major Japanese chemical engineering firm Showa Denko develops even thinner, more flexible laminated thin film Li-ion batteries.
Panasonic forms a partnership with DIVA Networks Inc. to enhance the communication and networking functions of its upcoming digital camera models.
Major Japanese comic book publisher Kodansha has finally made way for the digitization of all of its monthly comic publications and magazines.
Toshiba announces the development of a new wireless power receiver IC, which is claimed to be capable of even faster wireless mobile device charging.
IDC Japan announces its latest market analysis, which estimates the potential growth of Japan’s local security business sector through the years 2015 to 2018.
Here’s one weird Japanese invention that you may not want to mess with… literally.
A small survey may reveal that tablets may not be used as often in Japan as perceived to be.
VAIO announces its plans to launch its own smartphone model, which is scheduled to be released in January next year.