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1 Aug
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1 Aug
HTC’s J Butterfly, announced today by a Japanese carrier KDDI, is a brand new regional smartphone that takes some cues from the popular One (M8) ... Continue Reading HTC’s J Butterfly is a plastic, water resistant One (M8) tribute act Section: Mobile Technology Tags: Butterfly , HTC , HTC One (E8) , HTC One (M8) , Japan , Smartphones Related Articles: Samsung announces Galaxy S III Mini ...
31 Jul
HTC has teamed up with Japanese network KDDI to launch the J Butterfly, a new take on its popular One M8 device. There are a few differences between the two, some of which make it better than its cousin, while others make it worse. The post Japan’s new HTC J Butterfly manages to be better and worse than the HTC One M8 appeared first on Digital Trends .
31 Jul
Japanese carrier KDDI has just announced a new HTC J Butterfly, a handset which resembles the HTC One in specs, but with features aimed at KDDI's home market. Like a lot of other Japanese devices, the 5-inch, full HD handset is waterproof in case you...
23 Jul
Telehouse, the global leader for data centers, international Internet exchanges and managed IT services, along with its parent company KDDI, announces that Telehouse Europe is investing $231 million in ...
23 Jul
Telehouse North Two will be a major investment in a next generation mission-critical data centre, enabling hybrid services to realise growth for British business   Telehouse International Corporation, one of the largest global data centre owner operators, is spending £135 million in a next generation mission-critical data centre to expand the leading network ecosystem in Europe. UK Secretary of ...
17 Jul
Japanese mobile carrier KDDI said Thursday that it planned to link up with trading house Sumitomo in a deal to invest about $2.0 billion in developing wireless networks in Myanmar, as the country opens up after years of military rule. The move will see the Japanese giants pair up for a joint venture with state-owned Myanma Posts & Telecommunications (MPT). The tie-up would invest 200 billion yen ...
17 Jul
Japanese mobile carrier KDDI said Thursday that it planned to link up with trading house Sumitomo in a deal to invest about $2.0 billion in developing wireless networks in Myanmar, as the country opens up after years of military rule.
17 Jul
Following months of negotiations, Japan's KDDI and Sumitomo have closed a deal partner with Myanmar Posts and Telecom (MPT) to provide fixed and mobile services in the emerging telecom market.
17 Jul
Japanese mobile carrier KDDI said Thursday that it planned to link up with trading house Sumitomo in a deal to invest about $2.0 billion in developing wireless networks in Myanmar, as the country opens up after years of military rule. The move will see the Japanese giants pair up for a joint venture with state-owned Myanma Posts & Telecommunications (MPT). The tie-up would inve st 200 billion ...
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