Smartphone

Commuter Gamer #5: Passing the Time on Tokyo Trains (REVIEW)
Take a walk in the well-worn shoes of a homicide detective, wax lyrical with Hamlet’s ghost over the ineffectual ways to murder your uncle, or just straight up run for your life from unseen, impending doom. This morning commute has everything.
Who wants to be a part of a SIM-unlocked Evangelion smartphone developing team? Register yourself as a supporter of the project and get the latest news. In all likelihood, it will not make you as completely schizophrenic as the show's storyline. But...maybe it could.
Commuter Gamer #4: Passing the Time on Tokyo Trains (REVIEW)
Whether it’s collecting cherry blossoms after a cold winter wind, venturing into a unique wilderness in search of birthday cake or stamping documents in a Cold War-era, Eastern bloc country, your next commute to the immigration office will never be the same again.
Selfie Stick Killer: Clip-On Wide-Angle Fisheye Lens for Smartphones
The simple clip doubles your average smartphone’s field of view from 70 degrees to 140, pretty much eliminates the need for increasingly frowned-upon and/or outright banned selfie sticks, dials in some great macro shots, and does it all for well under $20.
Tiny lightsaber touch pen for your smartphone or tablet! With the push of a button it lights up and gives you the...force. Of some kind.

Yoriko Takahashi - June 11, 2015

Today, LINE launched a flat-rate music streaming service called LINE MUSIC, which is the same kind of service as Apple Music. Users can choose a ¥500 basic plan (limited to 20 hours over 30 days) or a ¥1,000 premium plan (30 days unlimited).
Commuter Gamer #3: Passing the Time on Tokyo Trains (REVIEW)
For your playing enjoyment: Evolving graphics, Frogger-like obstacle avoidance, philosophical conundrums, fighting motorcycle gangs, building new worlds, and tossing a can of whoop-ass on some post-apocalyptic bears - PLAY!

Eurotechnology Japan KK - June 05, 2015

Smartphone Games Disrupt Japanese Video Gaming Industry
24 new listed smartphone game companies achieve net income twice as high as all top 8 traditional video game companies combined. Madd bank is being made, but not by the traditional players - not at all.
Mouse Computer is now accepting orders of their new Windows Phone, complicatedly called the "MADOSMA Q501." It's a 5-inch non-SIM-locked smartphone running Windows Phone 8.1, coming in at ¥33,800 (~$272).
Panasonic has developed technology for using an LED as the light source so that smartphones can read optical ID signals containing various kinds of information.

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