KDDI Global, a KDDI Group company along with TELEHOUSE, KDDI America, Locus, Total Call and CDNetworks, has been awarded ATLANTIC-ACM's 2015 Global Wholesale Service Provider Excellence Award in the Midsized-and-Under ...
LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) -- Japanese stocks opened lower Thursday, as the market struggled with some disappointing earnings, a gain for the yen and a surprise bankruptcy from Skymark Airlines Inc. . In early moves, the Nikkei Average was down 0.7%, erasing the previous day's 0.2% advance, with a 0.8% loss for the broader Topix. Shares of Nintendo Co. lost 6.2% after the company posted a net ...
Real, practical wireless power is still more fantasy than fact for most, but Ossia has a new strategic partner that could help accelerate its transition to wider availability and usefulness. Japan’s KDDI, the country’s second-largest wireless carrier, has participated in Ossia’s recent $10 million raise, which will help Ossia spur the development of its Cota wireless power… Read More
KDDI Invests in Ossia to Accelerate Manufacturing and Adoption of Real Remote Wireless Charging in Japan27 Jan
TOKYO and REDMOND, Wash., Jan. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Ossia, Inc. ( www.ossiainc.com ), the company behind the Cota ® remote wire-free charging technology, today announced that is has received an investment ...
Plan upgrades also include more international features. (PRWeb January 23, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/01/prweb12466248.htm
CORRECTING and REPLACING ATLANTIC-ACM Delivers 2015 ATLANTIC-ACM Awards for Global Wholesale Service Provider Excellence23 Jan
The third item in the bulleted list of the release dated January 21, 2015, should read “KDDI Global: Midsized and Under Provider Network Performance and Voice Value” instead of “KD
Japanese network KDDI has announced the Infobar A03 smartphone, an exclusive device produced with the help of several top designers. Compact and stylish, it should be the template for all own-brand smartphones in the future. The post This Japanese phone shows us what a network exclusive device should be like appeared first on Digital Trends .
Japanese carrier au by KDDI has been creating tech-as-art for well over a decade with its Infobar line of phones. After starting with a stylish-but-dumb cameraphone in 2003, the brand began offering fully-fledged smartphones with the A01 back in 2011...
Device is exclusive to Japan's KDDI network, for now, retails for $450