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Devastating Japanese tsunami was the result of two merged tsunamis

Devastating Japanese tsunami was the result of two merged tsunamis

Japan is still cleaning up and investigating the scope of the disaster from the tsunami that hit the area hard. The massive tidal wave hit Japan and devastated coastal areas and caused major damage to the nuclear power plant that was in its path causing radiation leakage. Some new details about the destructive wave prove that part of the reason the devastation was so massive was that the wave that hit Japan was the result of the two merged tsunamis.

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LTE iPad 3 rumored for summer 2012, LTE iPhone 5 in fall

LTE iPad 3 rumored for summer 2012, LTE iPhone 5 in fall

Apple may be preparing for an LTE-based iPad 3 to launch by summer of next year and an LTE-based iPhone 5 to arrive by fall, if a new report from Nikkei Business is to accurate. The story claims that Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo has reached an agreement with Apple to distribute the next-gen devices on this schedule, which suggests that device would arrive worldwide on a similar time frame.

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Nottv to launch on Smartphones only in Japan

Nottv to launch on Smartphones only in Japan

Japanese fans of mobile TV will be getting a smartphone only broadcast TV station next year that will be called Nottv. The new station is being backed by some of the largest TV stations in the country and one of the largest mobile carriers so it has the muscle to succeed if users like the content. Nottv was announced at Ceatec this week and will use bandwidth left over from when Japan ended analog broadcasts this year.

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Boeing sends first 787 Dreamliner aircraft to ANA in Japan

Boeing sends first 787 Dreamliner aircraft to ANA in Japan

Boeing has just signed and hand delivered the first ever 787 "Dreamliner" aircraft to All Nippon Airways in Japan. We can't really say hand delivered because this aircraft is simply massive. It's so big in fact, that they've even announced it twice. Bringing years of aircraft technology from Boeing into one of the biggest, and most technology filled planes to date.

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Arrows Z Android smartphone breaks cover in Japan

Arrows Z Android smartphone breaks cover in Japan

Android phone geeks in Japan will soon have another new smartphone to lust over, and this one sounds pretty good. The smartphone comes from Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications and it is called the Arrows Z ISW11F smartphone. The device runs Android 2.3.4 operating system and is waterproof to IPX5/8 classification. That means you can get it wet or splash it accidentally and it will survive.

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Fujitsu IS12T Mango phone Available for Pre-Order

Fujitsu IS12T Mango phone Available for Pre-Order

The folks at the Au KDDI store in Nishi-Kasai in Tokyo Japan have just tweeted something that'll get your Windows Phone Mango ears ringin', that being that they're going to have the Fujitsu IS12T as early as this Thursday, August 25th, 2011. Windows Phone 7.5 Mango has been juicing up the Microsoft-loving public for some weeks now, especially after a slightly early build leaked this past week. Last we'd heard, this device was already supposed to be released to the public by this time - that did not happen, but this new release certainly appears to be legit!

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Yahoo Google Phone Coming Soon from Sharp

Yahoo Google Phone Coming Soon from Sharp

What we're to understand we're looking at here is one strange combination of brands creating a device that's no less than completely absurd. This is a Yahoo! phone made for Japan (since Japan is still so very in love with Yahoo) and will be running on Android. You may recognize this device if you're familiar with Sharp's line of cute little phones: this one being a rebranded Sharp AQUOS smartphone in white. What the non-Google search engine group will be adding to the device is a brand new interface skin on the inside and a lovely new Yahoo! branded case on the outside - why they thought this would be an awesome idea is anyone's guess.

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Hitachi To Stop TV Production By Year-End

Hitachi To Stop TV Production By Year-End

It's been a tough year for TV manufacturers, with the sector reporting major losses across the board, especially among the Japanese TV manufacturers. Sony recently announced restructuring its money-losing TV business, and now just a day after, Hitachi has announced that it, too, will be making some changes, which include shutting down its TV production operations in Japan before the end of the year.

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Ruckus Wireless and KDDI Corp to deploy first and largest instant on WiFi network in the world

Ruckus Wireless and KDDI Corp to deploy first and largest instant on WiFi network in the world

Ruckus Wireless and KDDI Corp in Japan have announced that they have teamed up to deploy the world's first and largest instant on WiFi access and mobile data offload service. KDDI is the principal telecommunications provider in Japan and has over 32 million subscribers on its network. The network tech was pioneered by Ruckus and is designed to offload the network data traffic from the huge number of subscribers on the KDDI network.

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