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Trying to find people in the the tsunami-ravaged areas of Sendai, Japan, is practically impossible if you're not there. Here's Brooke Crothers' brief account.
Mobile building that accommodates up to 500 will tour various locations in Japan's disaster-struck Northeast, playing host to world-class performances.
On the two-month anniversary of the massive quake and tsunami, novelty-bra maker Triumph International delivers an undergarment covered in encouraging messages from around the globe.
Panasonic, Square-Enix, and NTT Communications are among the tech companies in Japan that have confirmed their operations have been put on hold in some cases.
Google compiles a collection of high-resolution before-and-after satellite images that depict the areas affected most by the deadly quake.
Jim Handy, a semiconductor analyst for market research firm Objective Analysis, sees some impact but no likely immediate shortages or price jumps of end-user products.
Automotive News reports on the effects of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami on automotive exports.
Amazon, YouTube, 11 other sites popular with military personnel are blocked from the .mil computer system in effort to reserve bandwidth for use in quake recovery efforts.
Snake robots and rolling camera bots may help out with operations, with U.S. cyber-rescuers waiting in the wings.
The disaster comes as many tech giants, including Amazon and Salesforce, were setting up data centers in Tokyo to meet demand for cloud-computing services.