A breakthrough in IBM's research on future semiconductors has produced a way to put carbon nanotubes on chip wafers in large numbers, perhaps replacing silicon chips.
Japan's Casio is preparing to launch a new Android tablet for businesses that acts as a personal scanner.
GameStop created a waiting list that now has 250,000 names on it after pre-orders filled up
Nintendo aims to sell 5.5 million Wii U consoles globally by March
Japan's Sharp said Tuesday that mobile devices using its new IGZO display technology, which can triple battery life while offering higher touch sensitivity, are about to surge.
Sony said Friday that its current round of job cuts will include workers in its struggling TV business and at its headquarters in Tokyo, and it will close a mobile phone and lens factory in central Japan.
The technology will be the world's first to do away the mechanical connection between steering and control of vehicles
Sharp's new Aquos Pad has a 1280 x 800 IGZO display
Contract prices for mobile carriers could fall should Japan's Softbank enter the U.S. market. It's in negotiations to buy a large chunk of Sprint.
The phone's main selling point will be its 4.9-inch screen
Samsung Electronics said stronger-than-expected sales of its Galaxy smartphones sent operating profits up 90 percent in the latest quarter, but analysts warned its results could take a hit in the coming months as it books legal damages owed to Apple.
In the race to create slicker products, mobile phones are the new brains for hire. At Japan's largest electronics show, booths are packed with "smart products"--and smartphones are at the core of all of them.
The Japanese manufacturer, which has been mass producing the screens since August for an unnamed customer
The glasses may eventually replacing the fuzzy, two-dimensional avatar images that are common on chat programs today
China's Foxconn manufacturing sites are expanding based on cheap labor, while Japan's older, traditional Sharp plants hang on through cost-cutting measures.