Yes, more. And in HD this time.
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary company of Sony, has just announced that they gave up all 9,520,000 shares they have (equivalent to 4.8 billion yen) of the Japanese video gaming developing company, Square Enix Holdings Co., Ltd, and have transferred them to SMBC Nikko Securities Inc.
Square Enix is well-know for its Final Fantasy series and the Dragon Quest series.
While there are a great deal of fancy cleaning robots such as Roomba available in the market, CCP is going to start selling another casual, reasonable cleaning robot - Mofa - in mid-May.
Speaking about CCP, they released the cute and fluffy reasonable microfiber robotic mop ball called MOCORO last year.
Toshiba is going to unleash the world's first 4K LCD display (3840x2160) built-in notebook PC - dynabook T954 - on April 25.
The price is expected to be about ¥220,000.
Toshiba used the technology of their 4K compliant TV REGZA and improved it for this notebook PC. The dynabook T954 has a 15.6-inch IGZO touch panel display, Core i7 4700HQ CPU, Radeon R9 M265X GPU, 8GB memory, 1TB storage, Hybrid HDD, Blu-ray as an optical drive, Wi-Fi (IEEE802.11ac/a/b/g/n) and Bluetooth 4.0.
Buffalo is going to release a uniquely shaped USB2.0 cable in early May to use with a smartphone/tablet for transferring data or for charging.
Michelle Gong is a liberal studies undergrad from UCLA currently studying abroad at Tokyo’s renowned Waseda University. Michelle is participating in AkihabaraNews’ Voluntern Program, and the following is the first of a series exploring her experience interning and interacting in Tokyo’s tech startup scene, living in Japan, and what she hopes the experience will add to her ongoing education.
Ricoh Imaging announced that they will bring their new medium format DSLR camera PENTAX 645Z to the market for ¥860,000 in late June. It was displayed as "PENTAX 645D 2014" at CP+2014 that was held in Yokohama in February.