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Create an avatar and speak Japanese with NTT DoCoMo

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Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo shows up in New Orleans with some of its latest technologies in tow. From the show CNET takes a closer look. [Read more]...
Create an avatar and speak Japanese with NTT DoCoMo

NTT DoCoMo reveals smartphone, tablet releases for coming months

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Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo has revealed the lineup of mobile devices that it will start offering over the summer. Eleven models make the cut, including nine smartphones, one tablet, and one "Raku-Raku" simplified smartphone. Notable additions include a new Sony Xperia smartphone, the Aquos Phone Zeta, and the Aquos Pad...
NTT DoCoMo reveals smartphone, tablet releases for coming months
Softbank in talks to acquire Sprint, reports Nikkei
CNBC: Japanese carrier SoftBank buys control of Sprint for $20 billion

Sprint Reportedly In Talks To Acquire Remaining 49 Percent Of Clearwire, Along With Spectrum Rights

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Sprint is said to be in talks to gobble up the remaining 49 percent of Clearwire it doesn’t already own, according to new reports from CNBC and the Wall Street Journal. The deal is meant to sort out issues that Sprint has had in steering the decision-making process of Clearwire’s...
Sprint Reportedly In Talks To Acquire Remaining 49 Percent Of Clearwire, Along With Spectrum Rights

Japanese carrier announces Optimus G Pro as part of its spring lineup

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Image courtesy of Impress Watch LG's Optimus G Pro once seemed like just a rumor. Today it's become more of a reality, as the handset has cropped up on Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo's website as part of its spring lineup. Though there's no pricing available just yet, the Optimus...
Japanese carrier announces Optimus G Pro as part of its spring lineup
Japanese carrier faces subscriber exodus over lack of iPhone 5
Without iPhone, Japan's biggest mobile carrier is losing subscribers at a record rate

Meet The 'Gambler' Bent On 'World Domination' Who Just Bought Sprint For $20 Billion (S)

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In light of the news that Softbank is buying 70% of Sprint for $20.1 billion dollars, Bloomberg Television correspondent Jon Erlichman spoke with DCM co-founder David Chao about Softbank President Masayoshi Son's leadership.  Many have described Son as a gambler, notably for betting well on Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Yahoo...
Meet The 'Gambler' Bent On 'World Domination' Who Just Bought Sprint For $20 Billion (S)

PayPal Partners with Japan's SoftBank to Form Digital Payments Joint Venture

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PayPal said late this evening it is establishing a multi-million dollar joint venture with SoftBank, an Internet and telecommunications provider in Japan, to work together on the future of digital payments there. The joint venture will be called PayPal Japan, and while the details are a little bit fuzzy, the...
PayPal Partners with Japan's SoftBank to Form Digital Payments Joint Venture

Samsung Galaxy S III Alpha with upgraded hardware hits Japan

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A new version of the Samsung Galaxy S III has been announced in Japan. Appearing on Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo, the Galaxy S III Alpha is an improved version of the original, sporting hardware remarkably similar to that of the Galaxy Note II. A new color is also carried over...
Samsung Galaxy S III Alpha with upgraded hardware hits Japan

Following Rumours Of DoCoMo Tie-Up, Samsung Confirms It Will Launch Tizen-Based Devices This Year

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At the end of last month we reported rumours that Samsung was planning to develop Tizen-based phones, in partnership with Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo. Now Samsung has confirmed its intention to build hardware for the Intel-backed Linux-based Tizen platform. In an emailed statement to BloombergBusinessweek, Samsung said: ”We plan to release new, competitive...
Following Rumours Of DoCoMo Tie-Up, Samsung Confirms It Will Launch Tizen-Based Devices This Year

Japan's Softbank in 'advanced talks' to acquire Sprint for $12 billion

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While recent rumors suggested Sprint could be interested in snatching up Metro PCS, it may actually be the target of an acquisition.The Nikkei and Wall Street Journal report it is in final talks with Japanese carrier Softbank. Developing...Filed under: Cellphones, MobileJapan's Softbank in 'advanced talks' to acquire Sprint for...
Japan's Softbank in 'advanced talks' to acquire Sprint for $12 billion

Japanese Carrier Softbank In Talks To Buy Sprint (S)

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TOKYO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Japanese mobile carrier Softbank Corp is in talks to buy a majority stake in U.S. operator Sprint Nextel Corp for more than 1 trillion yen ($12.8 billion), according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter, adding yet another potential shake-up to the fast-changing U.S....
Japanese Carrier Softbank In Talks To Buy Sprint (S)
Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo to launch free voice translation app
Nikkei: SoftBank in talks to acquire Sprint for $20 billion
Firefox OS phones being considered by Japanese carrier KDDI
Dish makes surprise bid to buy Clearwire out from under Sprint

Japanese carrier debuts 'the world's smallest and lightest phone'

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Japanese carrier Willcom has just announced the Phone Strap 2 WX06A, which it calls the world's "smallest and lightest phone." The Phone Strap 2 is the sequel to the original Phone Strap, measures just 32 x 70 x 10.7mm, and weighs only 32 grams. That's actually slightly thicker than...
Japanese carrier debuts 'the world's smallest and lightest phone'
Japan's Softbank reportedly eyeing Sprint for $12.8B
Phone notifications coming to PCs and public billboards via new NTT Docomo system

LG Optimus G Pro to debut this April

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Set to launch through Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo, the new LG phone will offer a 5-inch screen with a 1,920x1,080 pixel display. [Read more]...
LG Optimus G Pro to debut this April

NTT DoCoMo's i beam tablet prototype is driven by your eyes (video)

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Another prototype from DoCoMo aimed at Nihon's commuters, the i beam concept tablet forgoes any touch at all, allowing the user (once they're at the specified 'sweet spot') to navigate around apps and screens using your eyes. Two sensors along the bottom edge of the tablet track both of...
NTT DoCoMo's i beam tablet prototype is driven by your eyes (video)
Evernote Promises Its Own 'New, Magical' Hardware Gadgets Are Coming

Softbank to buy 70 percent share in Sprint [u]

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(Updated) Japanese carrier Softbank has confirmed it is buying a 70 percent stake of US carrier Sprint for $20 billion. A joint press conference between the two carriers saw Sprint CEO Dan Hesse and Softbank's Masayoshi Son confirm the purchase. Observers expect Softbank to attempt to turn its successes in...
Softbank to buy 70 percent share in Sprint [u]

LG Makes its Flagship Optimus G Phone Official -- At Least in Korean

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Korea’s LG Electronics has announced the first details on its Optimus G smartphone, though so far only in Korean. Thankfully, Japanese carrier NTT Docomo has put a few of the features into English, confirming the quad-core Qualcomm chip, 4.7-inch screen, 13-megapixel camera and other details. It says it expects an...
LG Makes its Flagship Optimus G Phone Official -- At Least in Korean

FCC: Sprint buyout likely on track for late May

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It looks like smooth sailing for Japanese carrier Softbank's purchase of Sprint and Clearwire assets, at least where the FCC is concerned. [Read more]...
FCC: Sprint buyout likely on track for late May

Sony (Finally) Moves Past Kooky Tablet Designs, Introduces The Svelte New Xperia Tablet Z

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This latest Xperia tablet has been the stuff of rumors for a few days now — a release from Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo first hinted that the so-called Tablet Z was in fact a real thing earlier this week — but the time for rumors has passed. Now Sony...
Sony (Finally) Moves Past Kooky Tablet Designs, Introduces The Svelte New Xperia Tablet Z

Sprint, SoftBank announce a deal #thecircuit

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Sprint, SoftBank announce a deal: Sprint Nextel and the Japanese carrier SoftBank announced a $20.1 billion deal Monday that will hand majority control of the U.S. carrier to SoftBank. The Japanese firm is buying an approximately 70 percent stake in Sprint -- an infusion of capital that will help...
Sprint, SoftBank announce a deal #thecircuit
Sprint reportedly in talks to acquire remaining Clearwire stake
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