Fujitsu today announced that it has begun delivery of 5G base station products, comprising of Central Unit and Radio Unit to NTT DoCoMo for the commercialization of the fifth generation mobile communications..
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NTT DOCOMO, AGC and Ericsson announced today that they have achieved what is believed to be the world’s first 5G mobile telecommunications using an antenna embedded in synthetic fused silica glass to..
Japan based Tohoku University and NTT DoCoMo has begun researching an artificial-intelligence (AI) technology to detect periodontal disease simply by photographing a person’s gums with a smartphone. Periodontal disease can lead to..
Sony and NTT DOCOMO will jointly trial Sony’s conceptual driverless vehicle, the New Concept Cart SC-1, which leverages 5G mobile technologies for various remotely controlled functions. The New Concept Cart SC-1 developed..
NTT DoCoMo will offer a new travel guide function to r overseas visitors at no extra cost on Jspeak -a face-to-face mobile translation application for smartphones and tablets. To make the app..
NTT DoCoMo announced today that it will launch its LTE-Advanced next-generation mobile communication service featuring a Japan-best 225Mbps maximum data-transmission speed on March 27. A unique feature of DoCoMo ‘s LTE-Advanced service..
Fujitsu today announced its new Docomo Tablet ARROWS Tab F-02F. ARROWS Tab F-02F features a sleek, seamless design with rounded casing that fits comfortably into a user’s hand, a scratch-resistant Ultra Toughguard..
NTT DoCoMo announced today that it will offer a one-day (24-hour) flat-rate data communications billing plan for customers traveling overseas beginning December 2. The flat rate will apply to the 24-hour period..
NTT DoCoMo announced today that its Raku-Raku (“easy-easy”) SMART PHONE lineup of easy-to-use mobile phones for beginners will introduce the Raku-Raku SMART PHONE PREMIUM F-09E, the first model in this unique series..
NTT DoCoMo announced today that it has begun providing XiTM LTE service in the Mt. Fuji area, now a World Heritage site; including the iconic mountain’s 3,776-meter summit, trail entrances, climbing paths..