In Japan, NTT is testing a digital billboard system that watches back
Google has named Koichiro Tsujino, a former head of Sony's personal computer division, to lead its Japanese operations.
Sony Computer Entertainment will open up its Home online virtual environment to all PlayStation 3 users on Thursday.
Sony plans to cut 8,000 jobs, close factories and reduce electronics investment by nearly a third in response to the current economic conditions, it said Tuesday.
Sales of Nintendo's new DSi handheld passed the half million mark during its first month on Japanese store shelves, according...
In this week’s show: Inflight Wi-Fi, YouTube wants to make money for its partners, robots for kids, prototype cell phone designs from LG and Wii sells 7 million in Japan.
Nokia is to stop developing handsets for Japanese carriers and pull out of the Japanese market, it said Thursday.
Nine of 17 TV makers surveyed on their recycling programs in the U.S. scored an F grade in a recent survey.
Yahoo has begun a search for a new CEO, the company announced Monday.
Electronic Arts' Madden NFL 09 was the best-selling console game in the third quarter in the world's top three gaming markets...
Panasonic will start discussions to take over Sanyo Electric with the aim of reaching a deal by the end of this year, the two Japanese companies said Friday.
A Tokyo company has combined a digital audio system with a vacuum-tube amplifier and plans to sell it next year.
Sales of Nintendo's DSi, the latest revision to its handhand gaming device, totaled 170,779 units during its first two days on...
This week a first look at Windows 7, flat panel displays get paper thin, new netbooks from Toshiba and Dell hit the shelves, Sony's Rolly gets a refresh and Intel invests in China.
Sony reduced the operating loss in its PlayStation division as revenue rose 10 percent.