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Tokyo, Nov 28, 2013 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu Mobile Communications Limited and Fujitsu Limited today announced that its new ARROWS Tab FJT21 tablet, manufactured by Fujitsu Mobile Communications, will be available in Japan beginning November 29, 2013 from KDDI Corporation and Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company. It features a high-capacity 9,600-mAh battery as well as finely designed energy ...
Apple’s new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c are selling very well in Japan, Kantar revealed on Twitter, accounting for 76% of new smartphone sales this October. Interestingly, 61% of NTT DoCoMo smartphone sales for the period were iPhones, an impressive number considering that Japan’s largest mobile operator did not sell any iPhone models before the 2013 iPhones were launched. The iPhone 5s and iPhone ...
Telehouse, the global data centre provider announced today the launch of its pioneering cloud services within its Frankfurt data centres. The infrastructure-as-a-Service sol
Sales of Apple's iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c by NTT DoCoMo starting in September 2013 have brought a number of impacts to Japan's handset market, including changes in the subscriber bases among the top-3 telecom operators, the offering of Android models and the consolidation of Japan's handset market, according to Digitimes Research.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei held steady near a six-month high on Monday as profit-taking in outperformers like Toyota Motor Corp and mobile operator KDDI Corp offset the gains in financials which ...
Japan's Nikkei held steady near a six-month high on Monday as profit-taking in outperformers like Toyota Motor Corp and mobile operator KDDI Corp offset the gains in financials which were fuelled by recent ...
NTT Docomo Inc. (9437) , Japan ’s largest mobile-phone operator, said the addition of Apple Inc.’s iPhone to its handset lineup in September is helping reduce subscriber losses to competing carriers.
KDDI Corp. (9433) rose to the highest in more than 13 years in Tokyo trading after Japan ’s second-largest wireless carrier held investor briefings on the outlook for earnings and revenue from users.
Asian stocks rose for a second day, their first back-to-back gains in three weeks, as investors weighed earnings and a Chinese pledge to boost the role of the markets in economic development.