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.
Major Japanese comic book publisher Kodansha has finally made way for the digitization of all of its monthly comic publications and magazines.
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.
Young children using tablets and smartphones has been a long standing issue today, and Japan is no exception to this.
Sharp, one of the earliest pioneers of solar energy in Japan, unveils its two-step plan to secure its business within the industry in the near future.
NTT takes mankind a few steps further towards the path to becoming a technopathic race with its new tech concept.
Japan incurred huge financial losses due to phone security issues this year. What does McAfee has to say about this?
A crowdfunding campaign in Japan is about to resurrect one of World War II’s most historical Japanese battleships of all time.
CAL begins to purchase the two-engine Boeing 777-300ERs as the aircraft are highlighted for its lower cost of fuel and maintenance.
A Japanese team of developers from various research institutions teamed up to revive one of history’s age old relics that pioneered modern computers.
The Formosa Plastics Group is now managed by a group of professionals instead of a sole family after Wang Yung-tsai passed away on Nov. 27.
Does it seem like your phone alarm would never be enough to wake you up in the morning? Then you might want to check out this Japanese guy’s amazing setup.
Using smartphones in bathrooms may also be quite popular in Japan, and it’s all perhaps because of one cultural factor.
The Möwe Flight Simulator is an Oculus Rift app that lets you fly the virtual skies a la Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind.