Before releasing a smartwatch, CASIO wanted to wait until they could offer a product with clear, well-defined utility, and resistance to the elements coupled with a difficult to bruise design makes it clear that survivability is the Smart Outdoor Watch’s killer feature. Exclusive hands-on herein!
China edition...kinda! This week China wants to get its hands on Japanese test-taking A.I. and is asking very politely; meanwhile, the U.S. is going to get an LA-to-Vegas bullet train from China - which technically means the Americans will finally get to ride some Japanese trains. We are not shitting you!
Sometimes you're on a corporate-sponsored press tour to get up-close and personal with the history of calculators and then you casually walk into the next room and BOOM! ...suddenly you're surrounded by the taxidermied carcasses of our technological ancestry.
This week China's probably pretty pissed that India's going to add Japanese bullet-train tech to cart, which is ironic since Chinese bullet train tech IS Japanese (ZING!), it's extra confirmed that Apple's going to finance Japan Display's new factory, and lastly, you may insert a lame pun here about how consistently under-performing, money-losing Sharp is…
This week Hitachi is finally ready to send its snake/crawler hybrid robot into the heart of Fukushima Daiichi's severely melted-down reactor #1, and a Japanese booze maker that owns an American booze maker wants to get cozier and it's kind of funny.
Though he's not regarded in the same fashion, considering the impact this one guy has had on the entirety of humanity, in our opinion it's completely reasonable to place Baer among the ranks of your Steve Jobses, Bill Gateses, and Jeff Bezoses.
AkihabaraNews is proud to once again join Venture Day Tokyo as a media sponsor. We’re looking forward to the speakers, the pitches, the feedback, and the excellent networking. Jump here for a complete rundown on last year’s event.
There are million different angles to discuss here, but by far the most interesting idea is a gradual, mutual, acquisitional merger - the pending-yet-not-far-off arrival of homeostasis between biological and mechanical life.
This week it's the JTFFS talking about makeup and beauty products and the one thing Whitey's got plenty of which is not a balanced diet or regular exercise or a positive residual self image, but skin tone! And then it gets sleepy weird...
This week we find out that Apple is likely to invest in Japan Display, the bastard child of Sony's, Toshiba's, and Hitachi's floppy failed display businesses that, post-amputation, did a Wonder Triplets: ACTIVATE! move into profitability, and, entirely kinda unrelated, the de-displayed Hitachi has unveiled the world's most powerful microscope and Sony's commissioned it to…
One of the things that happens when you write books about the future is you get to watch your predictions fail. This is nothing new, of course, but what’s different this time around is the direction of those failures.
We’re pleased to report that the Japanese startup movement is getting its legs, and a great indicator of such is the continuation of Venture Day Tokyo, an event assembled and presented by J-Seed Ventures, a Tokyo-based tech management consultancy, the IE Business School Madrid, and the Keio Graduate School of Media Design.
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