Mugen's modifications should make the CR-Z into a genuine performance car, but its high price and limited availability may limit this hot hatchback's appeal.
SoftBank of Japan could potentially have a new market to try to conquer. Reports say the Japanese provider is looking to take control of Sprint and enter the U.S. market.
Japanese mobile network NTT Docomo has demonstrated a protoype hands-free video call device, which uses a combination of real and CG images.
In the final part of this series, we scour the globe for new forms of automotive excellence.
Nissan demonstrated its NSC-2015 car at Ceatec in Tokyo this week, a vehicle that can drive and park itself, leaving you to get on with more important things.
Jealous of your cat's wagging tail? Thanks to the people behind the necomimi ears, soon you may be able to own one just as functional.
Google continued with the roll out of its Nexus 7 tablet on Tuesday, launching it in Japan, one of the world's most lucrative markets.
Twitter launched a new feature today called Lifeline to help users in Japan access relevant information during an emergency.
Hours before the iPhone 5 went on sale Friday, thieves in two countries were busy filling their swag bags with the new handset.
Apple had been hoping to score another win over Samsung in its ongoing global patent infringement battle with the Korean tech firm. However, its latest claim, heard in a Tokyo court on Friday, was dismissed by the judge.
Japanese toilet-maker Toto has sparked a green revolution of a different hue with its poo-powered Toilet Bike Neo.
Sharp has announced plans to cut its domestic workforce by 2,000 as it struggles against Asian competitors selling cheaper TVs. Globally, the electronics company is planning to lose about 10 percent of its workers by March next year.
Tokyo Jungle is coming to America, and it's only a month away.
Ace translator Clyde Mandelin has spilled a few new details on how The Legend of Zelda made its original journey to both English and America.