Disney stopped their cell phone plans for US distribution back in 2007, but that's not stopping them from releasing devices in Japan. The country has a huge Disney character following, and now they're being treated to their own
What a lovely name! TA117, it rings in the ears like an oncoming storm of bits. Onkyo Japan has just sent out a press release introducing their newest Android tablet, the TA117, much faster than its crappy ol' slow TW317
Over at LeWeb today, a mister David Ko, current SVP of Mobile at gaming superstar Zynga, is talking about the future of mobile social gaming. He's calling it "the next great frontier," and speaks not only of Zyngas new purchase
So you're walking around a city in Japan, it's about five or ten years back, what do you see? Japan-born electronics as far as the eye can see. Now you're in that same city, it's 2010 - what do you see? iPhones. Tons of iPhones.
We have seen many examples of just how dedicated some Android fans can be. However, a fully themed bar complete with treats that resemble software releases is definitely a first, and of course - it's in Japan. Continue Reading...
Panasonic, the popular consumer electronics company, announced today that they will begin sales of their own smartphones in Japan early next year, followed by overseas in 2012. Each of its phones will be based on Google's Android
Samsung is one of the biggest players in the Android Market. First with it's extensive offerings of Galaxy S phones and then their entrance into the tablet market with the Galaxy Tab. So it comes as no surprise that the Samsung
Let freedom ring your ringtone! Japanese phone carrier KDDI plans on offering Skype services for a select number of Android phones starting in November. As if it weren't enough today hearing news of their three new Android
The already popular, yet to be released, Samsung Galaxy Tab has finally been announced to be coming to Japan. DOCOMO is set to launch the Japanese-market version of both the Galaxy S and the Galaxy Tab. Both will be shipping with
What you’re looking at here is the Lifetouch by NEC. It bears a striking resemblance to the Nintendo DS. This will be a 7-inch Android 2.1 tablet that should make its way into the Japanese market this October. Continue