By Teppei Kasai TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's wireless network providers are to lift restrictions on which network their subscribers can use, the government said, demanding that all smartphones and tablets to be sold with their SIM cards unlocked upon customers' request starting next year. The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications said on Friday that all smartphones and tablets are to be ...
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Digitimes Research: Top-3 Japan-based telecom operators promoting smartphones differently for winter season28 Oct
The top-three Japan-based telecom operators, NTT DoCoMo, KDDI au and SoftBank Mobile, have adopted different approaches to promote smartphones for the winter season, according to Digitimes Research.
Japanese stocks shimmied lower in early Tuesday action, with earnings in focus as a mixed U.S. lead and a flat yen (at 107.89 to the dollar ) did no special favors for the market.
The Emergence of the NFV Ecosystem: Laying the Foundation for a New Way to Run Mobile Networks Report23 Oct
Senza Fili releases a new report in collaboration with RCR Wireless News that presents an overview of how mobile operators will transition to NFV, how the ecosystem will support them, and the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead. Features in-depth interviews with AT&T, KDDI and Telefonica. (PRWeb October 23, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/rcrwireless/NFV ...
The calendar services provider Jorte Inc. has accepted investment from KDDI Corp. (Located in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, and the President and CEO: Mr.
Tokyo, Oct 10, 2014 (JCN) - KDDI released a creative platform for embedded-system developers and Web developers that consists of Open Web Board, Development board based on Firefox OS that enables linking with various electronic devices equipped with near field communication function, and Gluin, an application development tool that enables simple linking programming between electronic devices ...
One in five Japanese smartphone owners have lost or misplaced their phone, according to a recent study by Lookout Inc. The mobile security provider also said that half of smartphone owners in Japan would be willing to pay up to $275 … Continue reading →
TOKYO and SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- KDDI and Lookout, the leading mobile security company, today announced a strategic partnership to deliver award-winning device security to au's millions of Android and iOS customers. With the commencement of the partnership, KDDI will...