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.
Even though the Tesla just made its way to Japan, the country is attempting to stir excitement around what some think may be Asia's version of the Tesla called the Tommykaira ZZ-EV Sport.
Hoping to cash in on the resurgence of "Japan Cool," one hotel has designed a room that is a dream come true for die-hard anime fans.
Just because China is the hottest new number two economy doesn't mean the country's rep as a counterfeit goods hub has improved, which is why Fujifilm's latest innovation is a welcome arrival.
The Nintendo DS is a small portable, one meant to be carried around in your purse or pocket. It doesn't have a keyboard because it doesn't need one. Unless you get Pokemon Typing, that is.
Most of us aren't willing to go through eating tons of ramen and enduring the hazing of 400-pound stablemates just to become a sumo wrestler, but one app offers a virtual experience that may be the next best thing.
Apple's wireless Magic Trackpad may look like the future, but for the shrinking ranks of Mac-brand-refuseniks, another solution may work just as well.