This week Japan's implementing a missile and/or terror attack warning system into mobile email, a Japanese newspaper thinks it has the inside track on the iPhone 6, and in a HUGE victory for pseudo-environmentalist anti-nuclear hippies the world over, Japan's looking to import more coal!
Yahoo announced that it will acquire mobile internet service provider, eAccess, from SoftBank for JPY 324 billion (about USD 3.2 billion). eAccess is going to merge with Willcom, a mobile service provider, on June 1 in a pre-planned merger and then Yahoo is going to get 99.59% of the merged company, called Y!mobile, on June 2.
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With Thanko's Night-Vision Scope Camera, you can see clearly something that you cannot usually see in the dark.
There is a 7-level adjustable infrared mode to see objects in dark places. A 3X power telescope and 2X digital zoom lens enable you to observe distant objects. Also, you are able to shoot still/moving images with it so that it might be fun to use it on your friends - scare them at night-time and record their reaction!
It is also usable in the day time as well by using the infrared cut filter attached to the body.
JTT, Japan Trust Technology Inc, released an ultra-fine stylus pen for iPad and iPad mini. It has a 2.4mm pen tip which is much thinner than that of most stylus pens available.
The ultra-fine stylus pen generates static electricity on its own with a AAAA cell, which increases its operability.
- Price: ¥5,980
- Color: black, white
- Size: 138mm, φ12.2mm
- Weight: 28g
Since Canon's first digital camera EOS DCS 3 was released in 1995, the total production of Canon's digital cameras, including compact digital cameras and digital cameras with interchangeable lenses, finally marked 250,000,000 as of January 31, 2014.