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Information & Communications Technology
October 13, 2020

The “nexHack edtech” is currently accepting Japanese/Swiss teams and individuals to join the virtual Hackathon from 6 - 8 November 2020.

Japan Airlines Co. is testing self-service kiosks that let passengers complete check-in without touching a computer screen as a safeguard against the coronavirus.
Students and professors at the University of Aizu in Aizu-Wakamatsu, Fukushima Prefecture, are getting a start on cashless payments of the future, using the new regional digital…

Faced with the popularity of the Line chat app in home-bound Japan, Katsuhiko Kawazoe, head of research and development planning at Nippon Telegraph & Telephone, has been…

More companies and research institutions in Japan are doing their best to attract hackers from around the world, setting them loose on their own websites and digital services…

Runners craving advice on how to improve their style and form need look no further than down at their shoes. Asics Corp. on July 21 began accepting reservations for orders of its…

The British government has asked Japan for help in creating its 5G, or fifth-generation, wireless networks, Nikkei has learned.

The reorganization of Arm this month at the direction of parent SoftBank Group, has raised questions over whether the British chip designer is on the auction block as the…

Japanese wireless carrier KDDI will provide a 5G service starting at under $10 a month, giving cash-strapped businesses and local governments a low-cost option to build fast…

Japanese sushi restaurant chain Kura Sushi has introduced an artificial intelligence-based smartphone app capable of assessing the quality of tuna, a popular sushi topping.