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Mar 31 Onkyo notebook offers up new DIY features (Japan Times)
  Made to order: Onkyo's latest notebook computer, the DR511, is a built-to-order creation that offers something different. Onkyo highlights its own heritage with the option of an FM/AM tuner, an almost unheard of feature. The other interesting feature, which comes as a standard inclusion, is an actual numeric pad. The basic setup is respectable, especially for the price. An Intel Core i3-330M processor running at 2.13-gigahertz (and capable of utilizing Hyper-Threading with its twin cores) powers the machine.
Mar 27 Fujitsu cedes 'iPad' trademark (Straits Times)
 Fujitsu has ceded rights to the 'iPad' name to Apple, just in time for the tablet computer from the California company to hit US stores next month. Fujitsu agreed last week to assign over all rights to the iPad name to Apple, according to US Patent and Trademark Office records. Fujitsu originally registered the iPad name with the Patent and Trademark Office in March 2003 in connection with a handheld scanner for retailers made by the Japanese company.
Mar 24 Toshiba and Westinghouse Take Major Step to Expanding Front-End Business (Asahi)
 Tokyo and Pittsburgh, PA, March 24, 2010 - Toshiba Corporation (Tokyo: 6502) and Westinghouse Electric Company, LLC today announced the formation of a new joint venture, Advance Uranium Asset Management Ltd. (AUAM), that will strengthen Toshiba Group's capabilities in the nuclear front end business segments and enhance the extensive range of support services extended to utilities around the world. United Kingdom based AUAM will undertake uranium related transactions in the front end of the nuclear fuel cycle. The company is 60 percent owned by Toshiba and 40 percent by Westinghouse.
Mar 24 PlayStation's Move ratchets up gaming interaction, fidelity (Japan Times)
  At first touch, the PlayStation Move feels awfully familiar. Unveiled at the recent Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Sony's forthcoming wand-shaped motion controller and the smaller subcontroller handle similarly to Nintendo's Wii Remote and Nunchuck. There are differences, of course: It's lighter.
Mar 24 Sony steps back from 3-D rush; Panasonic reworks CD-blaste (Japan Times)
  LCD price system: Amid the expensive scramble to sell 3-D televisions, Sony has come up with a new series of high-definition LCD TV sets that are fairly reasonably priced. The BX30H sets combine good quality vision with 500-gigabyte hard drives for storing video footage. The relatively lower prices are in part due the modest screen sizes the BX models come in: 22-inch, 26-inch and 32-inch screens.
Mar 23 Nintendo to launch 3D-capable DS handheld (Computerworld)
 Nintendo is planning to launch a new version of its handheld DS gaming device on which users can get the illusion of 3D without using special glasses, it said Tuesday. The device, provisionally called the 3DS, will be launched in Japan before the end of March 2011, the company said. No further details were provided, but Nintendo said it would disclose more information at the upcoming E3 gaming event. E3 is scheduled to take place in Los Angeles from June 15 to 17.
Mar 22 McDonalds to Use DSes to Train Employees in Japan (1up.com)
 Trademark law may state that the slogan "It only does everything" can only be used by Sony to describe the PlayStation 3, but when we live in a world where the Nintendo DS can be used to train fast-food workers, we think Nintendo should have a legitimate claim to the description. According to Japanese trade paper Nikkei (via Andriasang), McDonalds will indeed soon be using the DS to train their part-time employees in Japan, using a proprietary program called "eSmart" that they're developing themselves.
Mar 20 Future bright for LED bulbs (Yomiuri)
 Falling prices and the growing variety of light-emitting diode bulbs are fueling a rapid move in this country away from energy-inefficient incandescent light bulbs and toward LED bulbs, which last longer and consume less energy. Support from the government, which is strengthening its efforts to battle global warming, also is spurring the move toward LEDs. Toshiba Corp. is making a particularly visible shift to LED bulbs.
Mar 19 Millions drawn to 'tweeting' / Crucial to confirm authorship as even politicians use Twitter service (Yomiuri)
 Twitter, a free microblogging service that lets users send and read "tweets"--messages up to 140 characters long--around the world, is quickly becoming popular in Japan. Some people, however, are using the system under false names, and the question of how to confirm authorship has become a crucial issue. Since the Japanese version of Twitter was launched in April 2008, more than 4.7 million people have registered with the service. Twitter first appeared in May 2006 in the United States. Even politicians are using Twitter. Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Kazuhiro Haraguchi, for example, once posted as many as 70 tweets over two days after a major earthquake in Chile late last month.
Mar 18 Japan's creepiest iPhone App has its eyes on the West (appmodo.com)
 HourFace from MotionPortrait, one of Tokyo's hottest iPhone dev studios, has topped the charts in Japan since it launched in January and is now updated and better than ever. Using MotionPortrait's cutting-edge avatar-builder technology, HourFace analyzes a still photo and turns it into a living, breathing 3D movie that ages right there on the iPhone screen. Don't just take our word, or the screenshots', for it - these movies totally rock and will be the center of attention, whoever you apply the wrinkly brush to. Amaze and shock your friends - turn them into creaking old wrecks right in front of their eyes. Discover what you might look like 50 years from now - all in 3D!
Mar 18 Sony Struggles With Poor Sales of the PSP Go (PC World)
 When Sony launched its PSP Go last year the company had high hopes. The device was supposed to help PlayStation Portable shipments increase by almost a million units for the year and spearhead Sony's digital download push into the portable gaming market. But things haven't gone according to plan. The PSP Go is both smaller and lighter than the original PSP and represents the first major refresh of the portable gaming platform since it was introduced in 2004.
By J.S. on Apr 2, 2010
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