The Japanese consumer electronics giant cuts a deal with Sumitomo for OLED screen production, indicating that it might be warming to the next-gen TV tech.
OLED--it's not dead, but it's not going as fast as its proponents thought it would.
The company said today that it will charge Square customers 3.25 percent per swipe. The Square Register app is also available in the country.
The new optical cables could be up to 10 times as long as the original Thunderbolt cables, and that's not the only difference.
Nissan, with partner Sumitomo Corp., will offer a new quick-charging unit that will be available in 2012 and cost $9,900.
At the 2011 International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo, power-lifting bots mix it up with the latest humanoids.
Under a deal expected to close in mid-2013, the Japanese technology company will buy a 70 percent stake in Sprint and invest $8 billion in the U.S. carrier.
In another large direct investment in renewable energy, Google is an investor in the 845-megawatt Shepherds Flat farm in Oregon, which will use direct-drive wind turbines from GE.
The acquisition of a 50.2 percent stake in Sanyo will provide Panasonic with Sanyo technologies including solar panels and rechargeable batteries.
Monster vacuum does the work of two people