The optical disc ain’t dead yet.
For the 20th consecutive year, IBM has held its ground as the king of patents. And it will now devote considerable resources to big data and analytics technologies.
It’s going to be heavy, but this 20-inch tablet will also look beautiful.
The Japanese electronics giant wants to help manage your content, in addition to selling you hardware.
Bring comfortable shoes and travel light as you make your way to the biggest U.S. tech trade show.
In an unusual twist, Japan’s top science students are applying to make ice cream and yogurt rather than work for tech companies such as Sony, Panasonic, and Sharp.
And we thought it was just big U.S. window-manufacturing corporations that the European Union targeted in antitrust-like investigations.
Japanese electronics companies are fighting surging Korean electronics companies such as LG and Samsung — and losing.
Eye-Fi, a company that produces wireless-transmitting memory cards for cameras and tablets, announced today it has raised $20 million in its fourth round of funding.
Japanese electronics manufacturer Panasonic is projecting it will lose a record $10.2 billion (780 billion yen) in 2012 as it tries to fix its struggling TV business, the company said Friday.
Qualcomm’s mobile chipset dominance may be threatened by a new joint venture spearheaded by Japan’s NTT DoCoMo, focusing on next-generation LTE products.
Is the world ready for extreme tablets that can take a licking and keep on ticking? Panasonic is betting on it.
Panasonic’s new tablet isn’t meant for dainty coffee shops. The company announced its Toughbook Android tablet today, which not surprisingly is equipped for more dangerous scenarios than the occasional latte spill.