Sony says one-third of an ounce of methanol can provide almost 14 hours of 1seg TV viewing on mobile phones.
This senior-friendly Android 4.0 phone comes with buzzing virtual buttons and a dedicated call support center.
It's not TV so it's Nottv. The smartphone broadcaster aims to air shows with live commenting and send magazines and games to handsets.
The brand has made a name for itself with affordable lines.
Watching TV on your PC is quite common in Japan. A huge number of desktops and notebooks come with TV tuners--and people actually use them.
NTT DoCoMo offers a handset that can be watched under water.
Toshiba has announced the release of new portable video players. The new Gigabeat V series is scheduled to be released in Japan in June of 2007.
First it goes bronze, and now it gets its own cradle.
Japanese invention will talk to you.
Phone made with Sharp and Softbank takes on princess theme.