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Moogle Inspection Robot looks nothing like it

10/21/2010, Daiwa House intends to start putting up their new inspection robot on sale from next year onwards, where it was specially designed to inspect and crawl into spaces as tight as 15cm in height. Developed with the Chiba Institute of Technology, it will...

NTT DoCoMo To Release The Samsung Galaxy S On Oct 28

10/21/2010, While there are plenty of super cool phones over in Japan, Samsung’s Galaxy S is still an impressive device, and as such, NTT DoCoMo subscribers should be happy to hear that the carrier will begin to sell Samsung’s Galaxy S (SC-02B) in Japan...

NTT Japan Offers A USB Box To Share With The Cloud

10/18/2010, The N-Transfer black box from Japan might not seem impressive at first, but it functions similar to the Pogoplug. The device allows users to plug in their USB 2.0 storage devices, scanners and printers, connecting them to the cloud without the need for a...

Samsung Introduces Its SMT-i9100 Android Tablet For KDDI Japan

10/18/2010, While all the fuss has been about the freshly-announced Samsung Galaxy Tab recently, Japanese carrier KDDI is now offering a new Samsung Android tablet, though it’s not the Galaxy Tab. The SMT-i9100 looks and offers very different specifications,...

KDDI X-RAY Phone With Translucent Casing

10/18/2010, Transparent gadgets are always eye catching and with that in mind KDDI has launched one of its latest products from its iida designer brand, dubbed the X-RAY. In case the name didn’t give it away, this phone features a translucent red case that is...

KDDI and Skype strike up partnership

10/17/2010, Skype as well as Japanese carrier KDDI have struck up a strategic alliance which will see the integration of Skype across KDDI’s services, and the first fruits of this partnership would begin with its mobile offerings – “au”. Skype...

Sony And HID Global To Unite FeliCa And NFC In Notebooks

10/12/2010, Sony and HID Global are planning to unite FeliCa and NFC (near-field communication) in notebooks. The setup will work on both formats, giving portable devices a convenient way of paying for items or signing in by just bringing a device within close...

CEATEC Day 1 Round Up

10/05/2010, [CEATEC 2010] We’ve scoured the showfloor on the first day of CEATEC, and while it isn’t as explosive as CES, there are still several new technologies that caught our attention. To make life easier for you instead of going through the...

Samsung Announces The Galaxy S And Galaxy Tab For Japan

10/05/2010, Samsung has been busy announcing the availability of its Android-powered Galaxy Tab in various countries and now the Korean company has announced the availability of the Galaxy S phone and Galaxy Tab tablet for the Japanese market. The Galaxy S will be...

Docomo Tai Heart tells you if you’re really in love

10/05/2010, [CEATEC 2010] it’s hard to go to Japan without reporting about bizarre (but fun!) tech concepts: Docomo’s Tai Heart (not sure what that means) is a small device that you can use while talking to your recent date on the phone (and possibly soon...

KDDI free viewpoint turns 2D video into interactive 3D

10/05/2010, [CEATEC 2010] KDDI has an interesting 2D to 3D demo in their booth. This time, we’re not talking about stereo 3D, but about 3D graphics that is almost video game like (almost). With a single, or several cameras, KDDI can turn 2D video information in...

NEC Japan to unveil VersaPro UltraLite Type VB ultramobile notebook

10/04/2010, There are netbooks, notebooks, and also ultramobile notebooks. The lines are certainly starting to blur where form factor is concerned (we aren’t talking about processing power here), and NEC Japan adds to to confusion with their VersaPro UltraLite...