VR World chats with Intel’s director of marketing and business operations for Asia Pacific and Japan about what’s in store for the coming year.
Here is the daily roundup from Japanese consumer tech and tech business websites for November 12, 2014.
A misaligned post-secondary sector, industry lagging in innovation, and China’s unethical state-capitalism all worry Taiwan’s Minister of Science and Technology.
Here is the daily roundup from Japanese consumer tech and tech business websites and news publications for November 11, 2014.
Company blames the faster than expected transition to 4G for the miss.
New deal expands 2006 agreement in a hope to prevent patent lawsuits between the two companies.
A short analysis opens what could possibly be the three most critical points in Lenovo’s plans to dominate the Japanese tech market.
Fears of rare earth shortages have led countries to develop their own supplies.
Google Glass supplier reports Google has pulled back from a planned second round of investment.
Taxi booking startup GrabTaxi has raised a $65 million series C funding round, which it will use to improve services and further grow its user base in Southeast Asia.
New lineup of DDR4 memory to be targeted at Enterprise market.
Hitachi’s million year-lasting quartz glass data storage technology hits the 100-layer mark.
State support is helping Chinese firms catch up fast to their Taiwanese rivals in the China technology market, Matthew Fulco reports
EduTech startup Quipper aims to make education more accessible through technology. With the founder’s previous success in mobile gaming, the company believes gaming and education share the same tech “DNA.”
Guo Ping thinks his company can do just fine without the US market.
The third quarter of 2014 was a solid one for the world’s largest contract chip manufacturer.
Samsung breaks network speed records yet again, with its groundbreaking milestone in setting a 5G network speed record of 7.5 Gbps.
Starting this week, the village of Asuka in Japan will now have its own fleet of iPad-equipped roving ultra-compact vehicles.
The United States will no longer have control of ICANN, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have a role to play.
As Xiaomi prepares to launch its biggest phone of the year, its superstar vice president comes out swinging at allegations from Apple of design theft.