Too long have the masses suffered, travelling only at sub-sonic speeds. Thankfully, someone is doing something about this injustice.
A Japanese company has come up with an innovative attachment that connects your smartphone's text messages and emails to a bank of smells.
Japan's Active Lab has unveiled a new kind of fashion tool that allows shoppers to try on garments without ever touching a stitch of clothing.
To promote the futuristic aspects of the city, a Japanese building firm has created a unique interactive model that lets you design your own Tokyo light show.
Watch out, Google Fiber. Sony's on your tail. A new service in Japan promises 2 Gbps down and 1 Gbps up, the fastest speeds available for home use.
A group of Japan-based companies have come up with a device that could very well offer a good deal of competition to Google Glass.
The production team currently inhabiting YouTube's new Tokyo video facility have come up with a unique way to introduce viewers to the new set-up, aided by a massive Rube Goldberg device.
These 3D-printed gummies of our bodies are a bit more exciting than gummy bears.
Yahoo has developed this app that lets you try on the face of any person, animal, or cartoon character, with expressions and movements.
Photographer Shinichi Higashi imagines a perfectly symmetrical Tokyo through his seamless mirrored long exposures.