Tokyo’s Next Mobile App Star was a big success. Thanks for all who made this possible.
The Internal Affairs and Communications Ministry is considering asking all Japan mobile operators to unlock their SIM cards.
HTC and Softbank team up to bring the Desire to Japan as the X06HT. Are Smartphones finally coming of age in Japan?
Can’t get through a newspaper article without falling asleep on the train? Manga no Shinbun has you covered with all the top news in easy to swallow comic book format.
While it’s not on the official list of countries you can get a Nexus One in, Japan is very interested in the Google flagship Android Phone. Read on to find out what’s up with the Nexus One in Japan.
Softbank announced today the release of the C01HW PocketWifi portable wifi internet router.
Domino’s Pizza in Japan releases a new iPhone app that let your order from anywhere and plot your delivery using GPS. Is it worth trying out? Read on to find out.
Who will be the Star of Japan’s Mobile App scene? Join Tokyo 2.0 as we see the best that Tokyo has to offer! This event will pit new, unknown developers against each other and against our panel of expert judges to claim the ultimate prize, the title of Tokyo’s Next Mobile App Star!
There are tons of gadgets and even books to help people increase “security” in Japan. Of course, iPhone applications are not an exception. In fact, just think about it. Do you think that it’s easier to loose your wallet or your iPhone?
Apple pulls a number of apps that use Place Engine, a wi-fi based GPS service.
Updated: The removal appears to be part of a global move effecting wi-fi stumbler and tracking apps.