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Panasonic to market largest 3-D plasma TV

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Taking up herewith News by Media regarding "Electronics" and "Science & Technology".
Recent "Electronics" and etc., Trend will be read via these News.
Interested in "Panasonic to market largest 3-D plasma TV", "Final Fantasy XIII takes Japan by storm", "Japan team tracks down four meteorites" and etc.
"3-D TV" might be the opening of new TV epoc. 



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Electronics
Jan 06 Sharp to produce solar cells in Italy (Asahi)
 Sharp Corp. will set up a joint venture to produce thin-film solar cells in Italy and also build large solar power plants in Mediterranean countries. The joint venture will begin operations in early 2011 and supply solar cells capable of generating 160 megawatts of electricity a year, enough for 40,000 households, officials said Monday.
Jan 06 Panasonic to market largest 3-D plasma TV (Yomiuri)
 Panasonic Corp. plans to market in autumn the world's largest 3-D plasma television with a 152-inch screen that projects stereoscopic images. The firm will display the TV at the International Consumer Electronics Show, the world's largest consumer technology trade show, which opens Thursday in Las Vegas.
Jan 05 Nintendo Dominates in Japan (IGN)
 Final Fantasy XIII topped the Japanese game charts -- for exactly one week. But New Super Mario Bros. Wii and Nintendo's lineup of long selling hits quickly showed who's boss as the year came to a close. Media Create has provided Japanese sales stats for the last full week of the year, covering December 21 through December 27. Nintendo usually rules the year-end period in Japan, and this trend continued this year as New Super Mario Bros. Wii dominated with over 500,000 units sold. Since its release in early December, the multiplayer Mario has topped the 2.4 million mark.
Jan 02 Japan's Apple Stores continue Lucky Bag tradition (tuaw.com)
 Fukubukuro, or "Mystery Bag," is a Japanese New Year's Day tradition during which merchants sell sealed bags of various items at a substantial discount, often as high as 50%. Shoppers may get some great deals on the contents of these bags - even if they don't know what exactly they're buying. Japanese Apple Stores have participated since 2005. Once again, this year, they're offering mystery bags to Japanese Apple Store customers.
Jan 01 Final Fantasy XIII takes Japan by storm (telegraph.co.uk)
 Chaos ensued in Tokyo's Akihabara 'geek district' last month with the launch of Final Fantasy XIII, the first Playstation 3 instalment of Square Enix's series. Hordes of RPG-obsessed Japanese flooded electronics stores across the country in an attempt to pick up a copy of the game. Huge queues gathered outside the major game shops in Tokyo, with more than 300 people queuing in Akihabara at one point.

Science & Technology
Jan 06 Japanese whalers in spy flights (Sydney Morning Herald)
 Japanese whalers have sent spy flights from Australian airports to track protest ships targeting their hunt in the Antarctic. A series of flights from Western Australia pinned down Sea Shepherd's vessel, Steve Irwin, but flights out of Tasmania on New Year's Day failed to locate the ship again. The operation started in December when the Steve Irwin left Fremantle to intercept the whaling fleet, which this year is targeting 935 minke whales and 50 fin whales.
Jan 06 Japan team tracks down four meteorites (Japan Times)
 The Japanese polar expedition team discovered four meteorites in the Sor Rondane Mountains of Antarctica on Tuesday in a race with U.S. scientists over the number of similar finds on the continent. It is the first discovery of meteorites in the area by Japanese scientists since January 2001.
Jan 05 1 out of 3 hospitals in Japan found vulnerable to major quakes (AP)
 About one out of every three hospitals in Japan have been found to have failed to fully satisfy government requirements for earthquake-proof safety in the event of a major temblor, a health ministry survey showed Tuesday. The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare surveyed 8,611 hospitals across the nation over their buildings' quake-proof safety between January and August of last year through the country's 47 prefectural governments.
Jan 03 Why Japan has the right idea on meat production (thecommentfactory.com)
 Japanese companies and government agencies have been focusing on informing customers, in stark contradiction to North American producers. In June of 2003, the Japanese government passed legislation requiring traceability from the farm through retail sale. On Japanese beef there exists a 10 digit Individual Identification Number that each cow is assigned at birth (with an ear tag) and this number follows the cow through his life, slaughter and sale to the end customer. The process was put in place after the outbreak of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in the local Japanese cattle herd.
Jan 03 Dwindling zoo populations force keepers to stage animal 'marriage' hunt (Mainichi)
 While "konkatsu," or marriage hunting, emerged as a trendy term in 2009, some zoos in Japan engaged in their own version of "konkatsu" -- trying to track down mates for popular animals to produce offspring. On the evening of Nov. 14, Momoko, a western lowland gorilla at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo, gave birth to a female infant roughly one hour, 50 minutes after going into labor.
Jan 03 Hole as big as city block found on Moon (itwire.com)
 A Japanese led team of researchers has found a large, dark pit on the near side of the Moon that is "as big as a city block and deep as a modest skyscraper." Probably created billions of years ago, it is considered by the scientists to be a collapsed lava tube. Lava tubes are natural passageways through which lava travels beneath the surface of a lava flow. They are expelled by a volcano during an eruption.
Jan 01 Lightning prods shiitake to multiply (Japan Times)
 Iwate University engineers are studying ways to increase mushroom crops by hitting them with artificial lightning. According to Koichi Takaki, associate professor at the faculty of engineering and a member of the research group, experiments have shown that exposure to high-voltage lightning can double the yield of shiitake compared with normal cultivation methods.
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