Japanese telecommunications carrier KDDI will soon launch a service in Japan to let people know how many cubicles are occupied through smartphones and computers. Sensors in the cubicles detect when the doors..
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Panasonic, Hiroshima University and NICT announced today the development of a terahertz (THz) transmitter capable of transmitting digital data at a rate exceeding 100 gigabits (= 0.1 terabit) per second over a..
Kyocera announces new washable rafre smartphone resistance to foaming body soap with special cooking app
Kyocera today announced the release of the new rafre smartphone KYV40 for Japanese service provider KDDI. The new rafre smartphone is a successor to the orignal DIGNO rafre, launched in December 2015…
LG Display announced today the world’s first 5.7-inch QHD+ LCD panel with a 18:9 aspect ratio mobile display. The most notable feature of the new LG mobile display is its “18:9 aspect..
Japan Display (JDI) has developed a 3.42-inch low temperature polysilicon (LTPS) TFT LCD specifically designed for virtual reality (VR) head mount displays (HMD). The new ultra-high resolution LTPS TFT LCD display with..
Xperia Ear is a smart product from Sony Mobile – an in-ear personal assistant to help you communicate and get things done via conversational voice interaction and simple head gestures. Xperia Ear..
LG today unveiled the world’s largest ultrawide 21:9 screen monitor, seeking to strengthen its leadership in the lucrative premium monitor market. LG is the market leader in the 21:9 aspect ratio monitor..
LG Innotek today announced the commercialization of world’s first 15 W wireless charging pad. The charging pad allows user to charge his smartphone as fast as using a wired charging module. The..
STMicroelectronics today revealed its contributions to Genius 8000 electric toothbrush, an intelligent toothbrush system from Oral-B. STMicroelectronics motion-sensing and control chip inside the toothbrush help develop healthier brushing habits. Brushing incorrectly can..
Driving Barista – First-in-Japan Project Aims to Prevent Accidents Caused by Using Smartphones While Driving
Toyota, Komeda and KDDI will begin an initiative from today in Aichi Prefecture, Japan by utilizing a smartphone application called Driving Barista. The application is aimed at reducing the number of traffic..