Google's mobile OS holds 64 percent of the Japanese smartphone market, leaving Apple in second place with a 32 percent share, says ComScore.
On Thursday, NEC officially announced its CRV43 monitor, a 43-inch curved display with a 32:10 aspect ratio and native resolution of 2880x900.
Japanese electronics companies are designing a chip that will compete with Intel, while a China-based manufacturer says it's working on devices using an alternative chip design, according to reports.
In a new book, a top Microsoft lawyer says that Microsoft reiterated its pledge to support the high-definition disc format as part of an effort to win a patent deal with Toshiba.
Company is evaluating production stoppage over the holidays at its manufacturing facilities in Japan.
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