"Our core philosophy is to free work from the office," said Minoru Yasuda, executive director of PC maker Lenovo Japan, in May as he unveiled new products targeting remote workers in the novel coronavirus era.
Quantum computing remains years away from full commercialization, but Fujitsu has developed what might be considered the next-best thing: technology that applies the same concepts to classical computing.
Japanese mobile operator NTT Docomo will introduce a new line of low-priced 5G smartphones by the end of the year as it tries to attract more subscribers, a top company official revealed Thursday.
Sony's PlayStation has won hundreds of millions of fans across the world since its launch in 1994. But few know just how much of the console's success can be attributed to an unassuming factory located just across the bay from Tokyo. (Click here for a graphic-rich version of this article.)
Panasonic will boost production of materials used to make equipment compatible with 5G wireless technology in China, where demand is expected to grow sharply.
Electric-car maker Tesla and Japanese partner Panasonic have entered into a new three-year agreement on the supply of batteries from the sprawling Gigafactory 1 in the U.S. state of Nevada.
Using a supercomputer simulation, researchers have successfully modeled the proper partition height needed to minimize the risk of spreading the novel coronavirus from a cough.