Japan has dispatched its newest supercomputer to help combat the spread of the novel coronavirus even though it is not fully completed, moving up its scheduled launch from next year.
With the coronavirus pandemic making consumers squeamish about using their fingers, some Japanese companies are rushing solutions to market.
On the humid casting floor of Toto's sanitary ware factory in Kitakyushu, two workers in blue short-sleeved shirts and gray caps carefully use fingers and thumbs to smooth out the lines and bumps in a ceramic clay bowl that has emerged from its mold. An object that will soon turn into a sophisticated piece of electronic consumer hardware is starting to be formed in a traditional manner.
Sony said Monday it will soon release a smartphone that combines the speed of fifth-generation communication with the Japanese tech group's strengths in digital photography.
In the modern world, the Fujitsu brand has become synonymous with quality and satisfaction. Across its many different subsidiaries, the Japanese tech giant has earned that reputation, and reflects the country’s world-renowned style of business through its commitment to excellence in manufacturing its products and caring for its customers.
Scientists here have created a biodegradable paper-thin sensor device that connects to the internet of things (IoT) system to transmit data.
Japan's Sanyo Chemical Industries aims to begin mass production next year of a new, fire-resistant type of rechargeable battery made almost entirely of plastic.
Sharp Corp. unveiled its first 5G smartphone model Monday, ahead of the ultrafast network service launch scheduled for March.
An extremely thin sensor worn around the finger or arm can measure pulses and scan fingerprints and vein patterns, thereby preventing identification mix-ups among medical patients and nursing care residents, the device’s developers said.
Orders at Japan's six major electronics component manufacturers grew for the first time in over a year thanks primarily to the rollout of 5G networks this year.