Monohm Inc. has announced the creation of Runcible - a personal device modelled on the pocket watch. "People need something to let them control their digital lives in clean, quiet, simple ways," said Aubrey Anderson, CEO and co-founder, Monohm Inc in a statement.
Runcible is built on top of Mozilla's Open Source Firefox OS, and KDDI Corporation is Monohm's first carrier partnership. KDDI's Design Series, an award winning line of high end mobile devices available in Japan, will also participate in Runcible's development and help customize Runcible for the Japanese market with Monohm.
Japanese-Israeli Internet of Things (IoT) startup IQP, which provides a platform for developing and executing IoT applications, has partnered with 3 Japanese giants. The companies that are partnering with IQP include Fujitsu, NEC Engineering, and KDDI.
Japanese telecommunications group KDDI Corporation has sold its entire 4.85 percent stake in satellite communications company Inmarsat for 840 pence per share, the company said on Tuesday. KDDI will raise ...
Japan's second largest wireless carrier KDDI Corporation said on Monday it plans to sell its entire 4.85 stake in satellite communications company Inmarsat in an accelerated bookbuilding process. The price ...
NTT Docomo Inc. ranked lowest among the nation’s three major mobile phone carriers in terms of group revenue in the April to December period, according to recent earnings reports.
SevOne, the only infrastructure performance monitoring solution engineered for Speed at Scale, announced today record quarterly earnings in Q4 of 2014. The fourth quarter was SevOne's 15th record quarter, ...
Japan's KDDI has reported a 30.6% year-on-year increase in net profit for the nine months ending in December to 351 billion yen ($2.98 billion), thanks in part to solid mobile gains.