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Panasonic, LG, Sanyo fined US$57.6m for price fixing

The US Department of Justice has fined Panasonic, its subsidiary Sanyo and LG Chem for price fixing automotive parts and laptop batteries.

By 22 July 2013

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Kyocera launches 70-megawatt solar plant, largest in Japan

Nearly 300,000 offshore solar panels will provide enough power for 22,000 homes as post-Fukushima Japan struggles with energy sources.

By 9 November 2013

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Panasonic fined £40m for conspiring to fix prices

Panasonic has pleaded guilty to diddling us punters by fixing the prices of laptop batteries and car parts.

By 21 July 2013

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Samsung, HTC and others plump for PMA wireless charging

Samsung, HTC and LG have joined the Power Matters Alliance, a grandly titled group devoted to charging your phone without plugging it in.

By 19 April 2013

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The weird things you find in a Japanese electronics shop

From face-shaping tools to cell phones for tots, Japanese electronics retailers have it all. Crave swings by Yodobashi Camera in Tokyo.

By 10 April 2013

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Make bread out of rice with Sanyo's Gopan

A play on the words "gohan" (for cooked rice) and "pan" (bread), Sanyo's device gives you more options for your rice than just making sushi.

By 29 September 2010

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Sanyo's Vero aims to be true

Sanyo's new Vero for Sprint offers functional features in a simple flip-phone design that's vaguely reminiscent of the Motorola Pebl.

By 24 September 2010

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Sanyo's latest Dual Camera Xacti takes a dive

In pursuit of a waterproof HD minicamcorder? Sanyo's VPC-CA102YL might fulfill your needs, though you wouldn't know that from its name.

By 6 August 2010

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Microsoft, RIM ink patent deal on storage tech

A new deal gives Research In Motion access to Microsoft's file system technology for flash storage drives.

By 19 September 2012

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Sanyo Taho (Sprint)

The Sanyo Taho gets big points for its rugged and simple design. Voice quality had a few issues, but it should be agreeable for most people.

By 19 January 2011