This week China wants to get its hands on Japanese test-taking A.I. and is asking very politely; meanwhile, the U.S. is going to get an LA-to-Vegas bullet train from China – which technically means the Americans will finally get to ride some Japanese trains!
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Huawei Japan announced the release of the new non-SIM-locked Android smartphone "Ascend Mate7" that will be released in December.
Ascend Mate7 features the Super 6-inch Full HD LTPS display that reaches 15,000:1 contrast ratio. The bezel width is only 2.9mm, which makes the screen occupancy 83% and keeps the size of the body as compact as a 5.5-inch smartphone (157mm in height).
This week it looks like India is going to add Japanese train tech to their cart even though the pirated Chinese knock-offs oooops we mean "models" are cheaper, and here at the Tokyo Game Show, Square Enix has introduced a new company, Shinra Technologies, which they hope will kill all gaming hardware...kinda!
This week Honda donated over $1 million to earthquake recovery in China's Yunnan province and sadly we're the only URL on the planet saying anything about it, the U.S. Navy and Japanese DoD are building an unmanned fuel cell-powered submersible, and DMP released the world's smallest GPU!
This week we're completely unsurprised to learn that the Japanese are getting better at being the longest-lived population on earth, and Japan's working to further trade, tech, and other bilateral cooperation with Vietnam, which, contrary to what the hard of thinking might assume, is awesome!
[Editor’s Note: Before we put our meat hooks into it, Senior Contributor Nayalan’s suggested title was: “Store where the combined IQ of the patrons is less than my shoe size.” That guy is so mean to fashion.]
I-O Data is going to release USB memory for iPhone/iPad - iStick GH07B Series - manufactured by Gopod Tech, Chinese electronics company, in early September.
iStick GH07B has a lightning connecter and USB connector to directly insert to iPhone/iPad and transfer data to a PC. You can take out a connecter you want to use by sliding a button on the body easily.
It is certified as Apple's "Made for iPhone/iPad".
Terrie’s Take is a selection of Japan-centric news collected and collated by long-time resident and media business professional Terrie Lloyd. AkihabaraNews is pleased to present Terrie’s learned perspective; we all could use another take on the news - here’s Terrie’s:
This week China's getting international train tech contracts instead of Japan, but it's in Pakistan so Japan just kinda shrugs, China's Puxing Energy and Japan's NEC have canceled the East Asian War in favor of cooperating on a huge energy grid project, and there's just no easy way to say it: 2014 INTERNATIONAL TOKYO TOY SHOW!