09/29/2011, Continents are bridged as NTT DoCoMo of Japan and Orange have come together to work on a new 3D smartphone that will arrive in Europe – France specifically, thanks to hardware provided by Sharp in the form of the Sharp Aquos Phone SH80F. Of course, if that is a mouthful to speak (and remember), perhaps a more abbreviated SH-12C would be more advisable? The Aquos Phone SH80F will feature a […]
09/22/2011, Who would have thought that the average smartphone cover might actually evolve into something that offers far more than just cosmetic appeal and protection for the handset? Take a look at what Japan’s biggest mobile carrier, NTT Docomo, recently unveiled – we are talking about a bunch of specially constructed cases that have far more in mind for the user than to deliver the usual. Imagine your smartphone cover being […]
09/08/2011, Ubitus Inc. might not be a name that you are familiar with, but it might soon explode across the world as they are already a leader in cloud computing, with plans to roll out the first LTE cloud gaming service in the world, dubbing it the G Cloud. G Cloud will launch in October, but it seems as though Japan will be the first to enjoy such a service courtesy […]
09/08/2011, Earlier today we reported on how Apple was reportedly suing Samsung in Japan for the reasons as they have in the US, Australia and Europe. For some reason Apple is dead set in squashing the possibility of Samsung ever selling their Galaxy smartphones and tablets anywhere in the world.
08/29/2011, There’s something with Fujitsu and waterproof devices as it seems that launching a waterproof tablet is not enough. Now it seems that Fujitsu has plans to launch three new handsets on NTT DoCoMo in Japan, and not only are they waterproof, but they will also be incorporating AuthenTec’s AES1750 fingerprint sensor, which also aids in more precise cursor positioning and faster scrolling.
08/29/2011, In need of a waterproof tablet? While we can’t be sure of why you might need one, perhaps you use tablets by the beach or pool a lot, or if you’re in a the industry that requires you to work with a tablet and be around water, but either way, according to a pamphlet spotted in Japan, Fujitsu has plans to launch a 10.1” waterproof tablet.
07/11/2011, According to the statistics, the iPhone 4’s camera is one of the most popular cameras used on Flickr. The Nokia N9’s camera sounds promising too, with the ability to load up fast and also featuring Carl Zeiss optics, but what about Panasonic’s latest offering? The P-05C smartphone that Panasonic launched on NTT’s DoCoMo network may prove to be a worthy challenger with its 13.2 megapixel sensor with optical image stabilization, […]
07/08/2011, When it comes to energy, it is a zero sum game, so to harness every single bit in the most efficient manner possible without harming the environment ought to be the goal for most companies. This has resulted in solar-powered vehicles and electric cars, but are there other areas in life where clean, renewable energy sources could be put to good use? NTT DoCoMo thinks so, as Japan’s largest cellphone […]
06/27/2011, NTT DoCoMo of Japan will be the country’s pioneer mobile carrier to offer a convenient mobile service that will enable overseas remittances, and that includes phone-to-phone money transfers all the way to the Philippines. This will be made possible when it rolls out DoCoMo Money Transfer this coming July 7th. All remittances to the Philippines (as to why they picked that particular country, we will explain it in the next […]
05/19/2011, Samsung’s Galaxy S II seems to be a winner before it has even rolled out – after all, it scored more than 3 million units of pre-orders, and this figure does not look as though it is going to remain stagnant when the smartphone is released around the world. Even Japan, a land that used to be famous for their insulated universe where phones are concerned, will be getting the […]
05/18/2011, Is too much of a good thing bad for you? Perhaps, but not for a select group of techies who think that you can never have too much choice. If that is the case, then you would do well to check out the delectable spread of smartphones over in Japan from NTT DoCoMo, as they have just announced their 2011 summer range that comprises of two dozen mobile devices that […]
04/26/2011, Japan’s largest telecom operator, NTT DoCoMo, has recently unveiled their latest data center (the fifth, in fact), where this 16-storey building that is located right smack in earthquake-prone Tokyo (heck, the whole of Japan is prone to earthquakes for that matter), where the data center will hot thousands of servers that will deliver cloud computing services to DoCoMo’s enterprise clients. This building was specially designed to be earthquake resistant, thanks […]
01/11/2011, This is Japan-only news – NTT DoCoMo has just announced their DoCoMo SH07C, a Sharp Galapagos based e-book reader which was introduced to the world for the first time back in November last year. This device will hit the Japanese market in 10 days’ time, although pricing details were yet to be determined. Specifications of the SH07C will include a 5.5″ touchscreen display at 1024 × 600 resolution, Sharp’s very […]
12/28/2010, With LTE still fairly new over here, the folks over in Japan aren’t going to get left behind either, as Japanese wireless provider NTT DoCoMo has launched its LTE service over in Japan. The network went online on Christmas Eve and is the country’s first 4G network, dubbed Xi. It will initially cover Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka, though there are plans to expand it to 70 percent of the country’s […]