Sponsored Link

スポンサーサイト

Bookmark and Share
上記の広告は1ヶ月以上更新のないブログに表示されています。
新しい記事を書く事で広告が消せます。

Xbox 360 Japan: 31 New Games

Bookmark and Share
Taking up herewith New Products Trend in Japan by Media.
By these News, Japanese Trend will be understandable.
======
QUOTE
======
Toshiba launches 32nm NAND flash memory
Apr 29 by Bit-Tech Net

It wasn't so long ago that 128MB seemed like a cavernous amount of space on a USB thumb drive, particularly for anyone used to the fatefully erratic quirks and dismal capacity of floppy disks, 64GB thumb drives are now commonplace though, and it looks as though they?re going to get even bigger.

Xbox 360 Japan: 31 New Games
Apr 22, 2009 by Product-Reviews Net

It has been revealed that Japanese Xbox 360 owners will have 31 new titles on the horizon to talk about. The news came directly from the Japan Spring 2009 Title Preview that is taking place at the moment. As reported from OXCGN, some of the stand out titles on the list of 31 include Magna Carta 2 which is being handled by Namco Bandai and is due for release on August 6th.




Sony Walkman styles up Japan
Apr 22, 2009 by CNET

Sony is updating its E-Series Walkman line in Japan, starting May 16, 2009. There's no sign that the updated series will make it to the states, but Sony's announcement details three models: the $132 NW-E044 (8GB), the $102 NW-E043 (4GB), andthe $81 NW-E042 (2GB).





Gov't to offer 'eco points' on home appliances from May 15 
Apr 21, 2009 by AP

The government said Tuesday it will offer "eco points" from May 15 on home appliances that it regards as environmentally friendly, in an attempt to boost consumer spending on such products as a way to fight climate change.

Ministry to test tailoring digital signage to cell phones 
Apr 21, 2009 by Yomiuri

The Internal Affairs and Communications Ministry plans to collaborate with private sector developers to launch next-generation digital signage advertising that will send advertisements to the cell phones of registered users, ministry sources said Monday.

Cell phone users could soon be turning to the skies to charge their handsets. Japan's No. 2 wireless carrier, KDDI Corp., said Monday it will start selling a waterproof, sunlight-powered cell phone in June. The yet-to-be-priced handset is made by Sharp Corp. A 10-minute solar charge will provide enough juice for a one-minute call or power the handset in standby mode for two hours, KDDI said. The sun can recharge up to 80 percent of the phone's battery.

DSLR manufacturers rushing to put out new models as camera market takes a beating
Apr 20, 2009 by Mainichi

There are signs that the once-thriving market for digital single-lens reflex cameras (DSLRs) may be slowing down, according to newest market research data. While pricing for DSLRs is less aggressive than that of compact digital cameras, manufacturers are still striving to boost sales, in hopes of additional sales of lenses and accessories.



Toshiba Jumps to 10-inch Screen on New Netbooks
Apr 20, 2009 by PC World

Toshiba is refreshing its netbook line-up and with the new machines is switching to more spacious 10-inch screens. The UX-series netbooks are based on the N280 version of Intel's Atom chip that the chip maker began shipping in February, and come with 1GB of memory and a 160GB hard disk drive.

Toshiba internet tablet in an organiser
Apr 20, 2009 by Techrader Com
 
In an era when more or less any phone can deliver a decent internet experience, it's an odd choice to build a device that does just that but without the ability to make calls, yet that's exactly what Toshiba has just done.

Integration last option for chipmakers
Apr 18, 2009 by Yomiuri

The proposed operational integration of Renesas Technology Corp. and NEC Electronics can be seen as a last throw of the dice if the two are to survive in the semiconductor industry.

Japan abandons hi-tech goods for cheap basics
Apr 17, 2009 by Channel NewsAsia

Japan's economy has traditionally relied heavily on exports, but has taken a battering in the global economic downturn. Exports of vehicles and electronic appliances have been particularly badly affected. A new white paper, to be approved by the cabinet in May, advises manufacturers to target foreign markets in the same way that companies at home are appealing to Japan's newly thrifty consumers.

Nikon D5000 tipped by Japanese store?
Apr 15, 2009 by Electronista Com
Nikon's rumored entry-level D5000 DSLR may have been confirmed today by a brief posting of a product page (since concealed) at Japanese retailer Softmap. The listing supports the existence of a swiveling, 2.7-inch LCD and suggests a major upgrade over the D60 as a whole, including a movie mode, 11-point autofocus (up from just 3) and light sensitivity up to at least ISO 3,200.


Google Android to be used in Japanese set-top box
Apr 15, 2009 by The Standard
Japanese telecom company KDDI plans to offer an advanced set-top box for TV watchers this fall, one that uses Google's Android operating system. The au Box, designed and built by Motorola, will be able to play DVDs and CDs through a home entertainment system. It will also let users rip CDs, and is meant to serve as a music and video storage unit for mobile devices.

Japan's Netbook Effect
Apr 15, 2009 by NewsWeek

Japan has long been a country of notebooks-the lightest laptop computers, bristling with speed, memory and features. For years the conventional wisdom had it that the salaryman will pay a premium for the most powerful notebooks, as long as they're Japanese brands. In the past six months, however, this trend has been turned on its head. The Japanese are still buying laptops, but they seem to have ended their love affair with pricey, high-end products. Instead, they're opting for netbook PCs?inexpensive machines with pared-down features that rely on the Internet for many tasks.
=========
UNQUOTE
=========
By J.S. in May, 2009
スポンサーサイト

コメントの投稿

Secre

Twitter
Category
Sponsored Link
Latest Articles
Sponsored Link
Sponsored Link
Monthly Archives
Blogroll
Link List
Ranking
Counter
Online Counter
現在の閲覧者数:
News Site Link
最新コメント
最新トラックバック
プロフィール

Author:jsato
FC2ブログへようこそ!

RSSリンクの表示
QRコード
QRコード
上記広告は1ヶ月以上更新のないブログに表示されています。新しい記事を書くことで広告を消せます。