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Jul 26 NTT Docomo to launch 1st GPS-linked info service (Yomiuri)
 NTT Docomo Inc. will introduce in November the first information delivery service that links domestic cell phones to the Global Positioning System, it has been learned.
Jul 24 Sony Japan unveils NV-U3DV navigation device (Canberra Times)
 Sony Japan has recently announced its NV-U3DV navigation device that offers a host of delectable features to the range, including 4GB of internal storage, a delicious 6.1" WQVGA LCD display at 480 x 272 resolution, bigger buttons, a refreshed user interface for the better (including gesture control for those who miss their Nintendo Wii when outside of the home), alongside the ability to play back movies, songs and videos, supporting MPEG-4/AVC+H.264 with restrictions, MP3/AAC up to 320kbps and JPEG formats.
Jul 24 DoCoMo, KDDI show augmented reality prototypes (PC World)
 Japan's two largest cellular carriers, NTT DoCoMo and KDDI, are demonstrating this week some of their latest research into augmented reality systems. Augmented reality fuses the real world with digital data and is seen as a potentially popular technology for future cell phones. NTT DoCoMo's system provides information on the phone's screen by overlaying it on a live image from the phone's camera.
Jul 23 Wii Sports Resort passes 600,000 unit sales in Japan (electronictheatre.co.uk)
 Wii Sports Resort, the next chapter in the Wii Sports phenomenon which got millions of people up off the sofa and competing in their living rooms, launches across Europe this Friday, 24th July. Nintendo have recently announced a series of tour dates to accompany the launch, at which audiences can try the game for themselves. Wii Sports Resort introduces a whole new era of motion controls with twelve resort themed sports enhanced by the Wii MotionPlus; a small accessory which plugs into the base of your existing Wii Remote, to bring exacting precision to games that are specifically designed for it.
Jul 22 Disney Japan to sell movies in tiny memory cards (Reuters)
 Walt Disney Co's Japan unit said it would sell movies on flash memory cards as small as a fingernail so that people can watch them on mobile phones and other portable devices. The movie studio plans to package pre-recorded microSD cards together with DVDs holding the same movie content, allowing customers to watch at home as well as on the go. These cards will be available in November.
Jul 22 Long-lasting netbooks and deep snapping (Japan Times)
 Get a battery life: Mobile computers these days suffer from a lack of mobility thanks to combining huge power consumption habits with little way to satisfy this demand. Asus is trying to redress the shortcoming in netbooks with a newly released model in its Seashell series of thin and light mobiles, the 1101HA. Marshalling a trio of tricks, namely the Asus Super Hybrid Engine (SHE), LED-backlit display and Z-series Intel Atom processor, the computer maker has claimed an extraordinary battery life of 11 hours. Real life performances rarely match the claims of companies on battery life, but even if the pair fall a few hours short of the specs, they still leave their rivals looking flat.
Jul 21 Japan looks to iPhone to fix its phone design (electronista.com)
 The Japanese are turning to Apple's iPhone as a source of ideas for how to rescue their ailing cellphone business, the head of a local think tank said today. Professor Takeshi Natsuno of Keio University told the New York Times that companies like Hitachi, NEC and Sharp have generally been unable to sell phones outside of Japan due to difficult, often highly customized interfaces and that the iPhone is a key example of how to solve the problem.
Jul 20 Mobile Internet--the final frontier for game vendors (CNET)
 Mobile services continue to mature, and the things you can do on a phone keep getting better even when we are forced to suffer with inconsistent and occasionally terrible quality from mobile carriers. The vast majority of new services we see in the U.S. have some basis in the DoCoMo i-Mode service from NTT Japan. If you're looking for mobile opportunities, take a gander at Japan and Korea to see how mobile devices shape lives and society.
Jul 20 Why Japan's cellphones haven't gone global (New York Times)
 At first glance, Japanese cellphones are a gadget lover's dream: ready for Internet and e-mail, they double as credit cards, boarding passes and even body-fat calculators. But it is hard to find anyone in Chicago or London using a Japanese phone like a Panasonic, a Sharp or an NEC. Despite years of dabbling in overseas markets, Japan's handset makers have little presence beyond the country's shores.
Jul 19 Toshiba launches Blu-ray after DVD setback (AFP)
 Japan's Toshiba Corp. will enter the Blu-ray DVD market, more than a year after it gave up on its own next-generation format that failed to gain industry support, a report said. The media-electronics conglomerate will launch Blu-ray products as early as this year, a complete reversal of its position over the high-density DVD standard.
Jul 19 Bowlingual the Japanese dog language translator returns (examiner.com)
 The Bowlingual, a gadget that analyzes a dog's bark to detect its emotion, is being relaunched. First put on sale in 2002, a new version from toymaker Takara Tomy is being reintroduced in Japan in August. The Bowlingual was created by an audio researcher and a veterinarian to analyze and interpret the acoustics of a dog's bark. It claims to be able to recognize and convey six basic emotions.
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By J.S. on Jul 30, 2009

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