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Japanese carrier KDDI announces HTC J Butterfly

The sequel to last year's Butterfly S, the J Butterfly comes packing water-resistant features as well as dual cameras similar to the HTC One M8.

By August 3, 2014

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KDDI bows superthin Fujitsu Arrows ES IS12F

The battle for thinnest smartphone on the planet gets another combatant with Fujitu's Arrows ES IS12F.

By December 5, 2011

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KDDI haptic touch screen pushes your buttons

KDDI and Kyocera are developing haptic touch screens that can make it feel like you're pushing buttons on a keyboard.

By October 5, 2011

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KDDI chooses 3Tera for cloud infrastructure

Cloud computing pioneer notched a big win with Japanese telecom adopting its AppLogic platform. The big question is whether Japanese IT shops will use the cloud.

By September 14, 2009

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Motion-aware phones may be your new nemesis

By analyzing how smartphones with built-in accelerometers relate to everyday actions, KDDI Laboratories has apparently found a way to help supervisors do their jobs better.

By March 11, 2010

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Motorola denies developing an Android set-top box

Company clarifies that it's not working on an Android set-top box. Rather, the device it's delivering to Japan's KDDI is based on an OS developed by Motorola called KreaTV.

By April 20, 2009

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iPhone and DoCoMo is a big deal in Japan

The likely introduction of the iPhone 5S and/or 5C by NTT DoCoMo is a hot topic in Japan.

By September 7, 2013

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How are new iPhones faring in Japan? NTT Docomo offers clues

NTT Docomo, which began offering the iPhone for the first time last fall, is seeing mostly positive results so far in Japan, where the iPhone has been red hot.

By February 1, 2014

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Myanmar's first non-government phone carrier, Ooredoo, goes live

The Qatar-based phone company is the first to open for business since the Asian country's military dictatorship dissolved three years ago.

By August 6, 2014

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Intel's 'Moorefield' chip aimed at small Android tablets

Codenamed Moorefield, Intel's latest 64-bit chip is expected to make a high-profile appearance at the upcoming Computex conference.

By May 26, 2014