One great thing about third tier companies is that often they use out of the box thinking to not only gain market share, but to challenge the conventional wisdom of their industry which is usually holding the market back. Such is
So far, NEC's Android devices have looked pretty clunky: you can hardly accuse the Touchnote or Smartia of being alluring in their design. However, all that looks set to change with the NEC MEDIAS N-04C, a 7.7mm thick Android 2.2
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.
Star Wars has already tied up with Android in the past with R2-D2 on one of the Droid smartphones. That was a cool mash up of my childhood heroes and tech. A strange one has surfaced now in Japan. Continue Reading...
While number of Galaxy Tabs continues to increase(600k so far), different carriers are looking to acquire the device for sale as well. The latest carrier to pick up the Galaxy Tab is NTT Docomo. Continue Reading...
So, you're in Japan, and you don't mind that you can't have the Samsung Galaxy Tab quite yet (not that you haven't thought about that MTV exclusive app), but you really want an Android-based tablet. If you're on NTT, then perhaps
NTT DOCOMO, over there in Japan, has just unveiled a plethora of new devices for their network, and while there's 28 to choose from, only three of them are worth mentioning on the Android front. The three new handsets feature
This is a very interesting move by Ericsson. They just announced a partnership with Opera to bring the eStore, this is a new way to buy apps other than the traditional Android Market or that other phones AppStore. This store will
While we are having a blast here in the US with the latest Android-based smartphones, and other countries are waiting anxiously for them to arrive. Japan, apparently, is missing on the Android fun. But all that is about to
NTT DoCoMo have confirmed that they will be offering the HTC Magic as their first Android smartphone. Launching as part of the docomo PRO series as the HT-03A, the handset will offer the same 3.2-megapixel camera as the version