If you're a movie buff and you've ever wondered what the android version of Al Pacino would look like, the Geminoid DK will fulfill your wish with creepily realistic effectiveness.
Japan's reputation for customer service is legendary, but a new software tool aims take the country's hospitality industry to even greater heights of perfection.
If you somehow happened upon a Japanese woman in a black evening dress wearing a stethoscope as she waved her hands dramatically over a wooden doll you'd probably be excused for running in the other direction. But in this case, such a sight would simply be a musical demonstration of the amazing Matryomin device.
The arena of biometrics has just taken security to the next level with a new method of identifying an individual's unique hand characteristics without even making contact.
Of all the iPad covers I've seen, and believe me I've been shopping for iPad case perfection since day one, the ARMOR cover comes closest to being exactly all the Apple-esque simplicity and protection you could hope for.
The MAME-CAM looks like a tiny toy, the type of little bauble that the Japanese love to dangle from their cellphones. But it's actually a fully-functioning camera that can take real-deal pictures.
Somehow, despite all the high-tech accessories available to support laptops, most companies have overlooked a startlingly simple solution to the problem of cooling the bottom of your laptop--water.
Designed by grade school children and sponsored by Osaka's business community, the RURO may be the cutest education robot ever made.
Softbank/a> already rules the streets of Japan as the only carrier of the iPhone, now the company hopes to lock in the preschool and senior citizen market with what may be the simplest phone in the world.
In Japan, the unofficial land of the weird and strange, women who can't afford nose jobs have options. Like those "As Seen on TV" products, the Electric Beauty Lift High Nose supposedly straightens your nose — if you believe that it works.