The $1.3 million rideable robot gets the Microsoft Windows treatment for the Windows Spring Festival 2014 held at Akihabara, Japan.
Want your hands to sparkle in a darkened club? Perhaps you're a really glamorous cell phone thief? Lumi Deco Nails include tiny LED antennas that light up when NFC signals are nearby.
The search giant's latest addition to its Maps smartphone app includes 150 "catchable" Pokemon, part of a hoax we can only hope foreshadows augmented reality uses down the line.
Thanks to its vast collection of electronics and anime stores, as well as game parlours, Akihabara has well and truly earned its nickname "electric town" — not that the rest of Tokyo is living in the bronze age, mind you.
For just $91, you can take full HD video with these specs. The frames may look a little clunky, but the camera is barely noticeable.
Buffalo's battery can power your mobile devices double-quick when you're on the go.
Feed this box with 500-yen coins, stick to your savings plan, and keep your avatar in fine fettle.
Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology says its stick-on film turns glass into a smart window, and can reduce the air conditioning load by reflecting sunlight.
After 33 years of life, Sony has finally discontinued production of its line of cassette Walkmans.
Based on Japanese traditional futon bedding, this USB pad is a warm nook for your mouse and your paw. It even comes with a pillow for your wrist.