Sharp, Japan Display, and Samsung rival LG Electronics are tooling up for Apple iPhone 5S production runs which will begin in earnest in June, according to a report out of Japan.
Samsung’s latest strategy? Nabbing tiny stakes in companies it relies heavily on.
4K television content could get a major bump next year, courtesy of the Japanese government.
Consumer demand for the iPad mini spells bad news for the iPad — at least at Sharp.
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Sharp showed off its latest TV and display products today at CES 2013, but if this is the best it can do, the company is in trouble.
8K has 16 times the pixels of 1080p HD TV.
Consumers are adopting smartphones, tablets and other digital gear in increasing numbers.
Bring comfortable shoes and travel light as you make your way to the biggest U.S. tech trade show.
The latest rumor to circulate around the Internet about Apple’s alleged television set indicates that the company has taken another baby step by testing the product outside its offices.
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.
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Japanese electronics companies are fighting surging Korean electronics companies such as LG and Samsung — and losing.
Sharp announced today that it has started manufacturing 5-inch high-definition LCD panels for smartphones with a full 1,080 x 1,920 pixels — and an astonishing pixel density of 443 pixels per inch.
Japanese TV and electronics manufacturer Sharp will soon cut more than 10,000 jobs, or 18 percent of its workforce. It is also in talks to sell three of its overseas plants to Chinese factory staple Foxconn.
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The PlayStation Mobile service is debuting in nine countries — Japan, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Australia — with more to follow, with 30 games at launch.
They cost a lot now, but OLED displays are one of the biggest hopes for the TV industry to sell more screens to a saturated market.
You can finally put your radiation fears to rest and check your Twitter feed at the same time. Japanese cellphone carrier Softbank has unveiled a new smartphone that can detect radiation levels with a built-in sensor, Wired is reporting.
[vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/34833560 w=500&h=281] While Sunday was the unofficial start to CES 2012, the real fun began on Monday with press conferences and announcements from heavy hitters like LG, Intel, Sharp, Samsung, Nvidia, Sony and Microsoft.
After numerous rumors circulated that a new model of Apple iPad would be released in late 2011, a new report from Digitimes says those plans have been cancelled due to slow production of a higher-resolution iPad screen.