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 Olympic Football Teams road to Tokyo 2020https://blog.olympictickets2020.com/olympic-football-teams-road-to-tokyo-2020/Tokyo will host the 25th edition of the Men's Olympic Football Competition.

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Olympic Hockey: Confident of Indian hockey teams performing well in Tokyo Olympicshttps://www.sportticketexchange.com/olympic-games-tickets/olympic-hockey-tickets/Fans from all over the world are asked to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms Olympic Tickets.

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If you are planning a Trip to Tokyo, Tokyo Escapes is the right place to come to.

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Oympic2020 Tickets 2020-11-02
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Olympic Athletics: Double Olympic shot put gold medalist Adams announces new coach for Tokyo Olympichttps://www.sportticketexchange.com/olympic-games-tickets/olympic-athletics-tickets/Fans from all over the world are called to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms Olympic Tickets.

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Luke Hall 2017-01-30

TOKYO—Masaya Nakamura, the Father of Pac-Man who founded the Japanese videogame company behind the hit creature-gobbling game, has died.

Nakamura, who died on Jan. 22, founded Namco, part of Bandai Namco, in 1955.

It started out as just two mechanical horse rides on a department store rooftop but went on to pioneer game arcades and...

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Daniel Murdock 2017-06-21
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TOKYO—Toshiba Corp. said it selected a group led by the Japanese government as the preferred bidder for its memory-chip unit, a sale meant to raise about $20 billion—but a legal fight could block a final agreement.

Toshiba is trying to stay afloat after the bankruptcy of its U.S. nuclear subsidiary, Westinghouse Electric Co., left it with an estimated loss of nearly $9 billion in the year ended in March.

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Ricky Nesbitt 2017-06-12
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TOKYO—Sharp Corp. has sued China’s Hisense Electric Co., which licensed the Sharp brand for televisions sold in the U.S., accusing Hisense of putting the Sharp name on poor-quality TVs and deceptively advertising them.

The court action is the latest effort by Osaka-based Sharp to retrieve the right to use its own name when selling TVs in one of...

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George Comer 2017-10-31

TOKYO—Sony Corp. unleashed Aibo, its new robot dog, on Wednesday, a revival of a famous product line that was discontinued in 2006.

Aibo will be released on Jan. 11 and will cost ¥198,000 (about $1,700), the company said.

New owners will also need to pay ¥2,500 a month for cloud-based services.

The service enables the dog to learn new tricks.

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Nicholas Patton 2016-06-28

TOKYO—Japanese messaging-app operator Line Corp. said it had set its price range for an initial public offering in Tokyo and New York next month at 2,700 to 3,200 yen $26.50 to $31.50 a share.

The planned IPO will likely be one of the biggest in Japan since Japan Post Holdings Co. and two financial units fetched around $12 billion in November.

Owned by South Korean internet company Naver Corp., Line currently boasts 218 million monthly active users and operates Japan s most popular mobile messaging app.

In recent years, Line has expanded to provide other services including streaming music and taxi hailing as it competes with bigger rivals including Facebook Inc. s WhatsApp and Tencent Holdings Ltd. s WeChat.

And in the U.S., where there are already similar services, it could face more difficulty generating demand in the long term, and the current turbulence in the markets won t help, he said.

Created in 2011 as a free chat app, Line has grown into a social-content platform, which generates revenue thanks to the stickiness of its core messaging service that features cute cartoon stickers.

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Brad Patterson 2017-02-28

TOKYO—Honda Motor Co. is creating a research arm focused on artificial intelligence, an area where one of its American advisers says it risks falling behind.

R Center X will open in Tokyo in April as a software-focused counterpart to Honda s existing hardware-focused basic research center, which built the robot Asimo, the company said...

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Timothy Guardado 2017-03-07

TOKYO—Sharp Corp. is looking to spend some ¥100 billion ($878 million) in an expanded plan to build organic light-emitting diode displays, a technology coming in Apple Inc.’s next iPhone series, people familiar with the matter said.

Sharp and other makers of OLED displays are trying to catch up with Samsung Electronics Co., which both manufactures the displays and uses them in its Galaxy smartphones.

Apple has decided to use OLED...

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Warren Edwards 2017-01-27

TOKYO—Toshiba Corp. said Friday it would put part of its semiconductor unit up for sale, seeking to stay afloat after a planned write-down of billions of dollars connected to its U.S. nuclear business.

Analysts said the sale of just under 20% of Toshiba s memory-chip business, which supplies chips to the likes of Apple Inc., could bring in more than $2 billion because of high demand for chips in products such as smartphones and...

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Belinda Miller 2016-06-02

In recent years it has expanded to provide various other services including streaming music and taxi hailing.

Line Chief Executive Takeshi Idezawa said during an interview in March that the company planned to concentrate efforts in Asia and other markets where it can rank No.

It first submitted an application to list on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in the summer of 2014 as part of an offering that was expected to have valued it at more than $10 billion.

But it soon postponed the offering, and backed out of a possible IPO the following year.

I don t think many investors harbor the image anymore that Line is a rapidly growing company, said Shingo Ide, chief equity strategist at NLI Research Institute.

—Jonathan Cheng in Seoul contributed to this article.

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Eric Erikson 2017-02-17

TOKYO—Samsung Electronics Co. will add a third battery supplier for its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8, according to people familiar with the matter, as the world s biggest phone maker seeks to avoid a repeat of last year s disastrous recall.

The South Korean technology giant will use lithium-ion battery packs from a unit of Japan s Sony Corp. for the Galaxy S8, these people said, in addition to its two longtime suppliers: a...

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Ralph Knotts 2017-08-01
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TOKYO—Strong sales of image sensors for cameras in iPhones and other smartphones helped Sony Corp. post sharply higher profits in the three months through June.

Sony’s operating profit in the fiscal first quarter rose to ¥158 billion ($1.43 billion), nearly triple the figure in the same quarter a year ago and the highest on record for Sony in the April-June period.

The figure was inflated by one-time factors, including income...

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Olympic Tickets 2019-08-19
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 Olympic Football Teams road to Tokyo 2020https://blog.olympictickets2020.com/olympic-football-teams-road-to-tokyo-2020/Tokyo will host the 25th edition of the Men's Olympic Football Competition.

Olympic Football followers from all over the world can buy Olympic Football Tickets online.https://www.olympictickets2020.com/olympic-games-tickets/olympic-football-tickets/

Oympic2020 Tickets 2020-11-03
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Olympic Hockey: Confident of Indian hockey teams performing well in Tokyo Olympicshttps://www.sportticketexchange.com/olympic-games-tickets/olympic-hockey-tickets/Fans from all over the world are asked to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms Olympic Tickets.

Olympic Hockey fans can book Olympic Hockey Tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively at reduced prices.https://blog.SPORTTICKETEXCHANGE.COM/olympic-hockey-confident-of-indian-hockey-teams-performing-well-in-tokyo-olympics/ 

Oympic2020 Tickets 2020-11-02
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Olympic Athletics: Double Olympic shot put gold medalist Adams announces new coach for Tokyo Olympichttps://www.sportticketexchange.com/olympic-games-tickets/olympic-athletics-tickets/Fans from all over the world are called to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms Olympic Tickets.

Olympic Athletics admirers can book Olympic Athletics Tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively at reduced prices.https://blog.SPORTTICKETEXCHANGE.COM/olympic-athletics-double-olympic-shot-put-gold-medalist-adams-announces-new-coach-for-tokyo-olympic/ 

Daniel Murdock 2017-06-21
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TOKYO—Toshiba Corp. said it selected a group led by the Japanese government as the preferred bidder for its memory-chip unit, a sale meant to raise about $20 billion—but a legal fight could block a final agreement.

Toshiba is trying to stay afloat after the bankruptcy of its U.S. nuclear subsidiary, Westinghouse Electric Co., left it with an estimated loss of nearly $9 billion in the year ended in March.

George Comer 2017-10-31

TOKYO—Sony Corp. unleashed Aibo, its new robot dog, on Wednesday, a revival of a famous product line that was discontinued in 2006.

Aibo will be released on Jan. 11 and will cost ¥198,000 (about $1,700), the company said.

New owners will also need to pay ¥2,500 a month for cloud-based services.

The service enables the dog to learn new tricks.

Brad Patterson 2017-02-28

TOKYO—Honda Motor Co. is creating a research arm focused on artificial intelligence, an area where one of its American advisers says it risks falling behind.

R Center X will open in Tokyo in April as a software-focused counterpart to Honda s existing hardware-focused basic research center, which built the robot Asimo, the company said...

Warren Edwards 2017-01-27

TOKYO—Toshiba Corp. said Friday it would put part of its semiconductor unit up for sale, seeking to stay afloat after a planned write-down of billions of dollars connected to its U.S. nuclear business.

Analysts said the sale of just under 20% of Toshiba s memory-chip business, which supplies chips to the likes of Apple Inc., could bring in more than $2 billion because of high demand for chips in products such as smartphones and...

Eric Erikson 2017-02-17

TOKYO—Samsung Electronics Co. will add a third battery supplier for its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8, according to people familiar with the matter, as the world s biggest phone maker seeks to avoid a repeat of last year s disastrous recall.

The South Korean technology giant will use lithium-ion battery packs from a unit of Japan s Sony Corp. for the Galaxy S8, these people said, in addition to its two longtime suppliers: a...

make willen 2020-11-26

If you are planning a Trip to Tokyo, Tokyo Escapes is the right place to come to.

Whatever your travel preference, you will find suitable Tokyo holiday packages here!

For more details visit Now -: https://tokyoescapes.com/

Luke Hall 2017-01-30

TOKYO—Masaya Nakamura, the Father of Pac-Man who founded the Japanese videogame company behind the hit creature-gobbling game, has died.

Nakamura, who died on Jan. 22, founded Namco, part of Bandai Namco, in 1955.

It started out as just two mechanical horse rides on a department store rooftop but went on to pioneer game arcades and...

Ricky Nesbitt 2017-06-12
img

TOKYO—Sharp Corp. has sued China’s Hisense Electric Co., which licensed the Sharp brand for televisions sold in the U.S., accusing Hisense of putting the Sharp name on poor-quality TVs and deceptively advertising them.

The court action is the latest effort by Osaka-based Sharp to retrieve the right to use its own name when selling TVs in one of...

Nicholas Patton 2016-06-28

TOKYO—Japanese messaging-app operator Line Corp. said it had set its price range for an initial public offering in Tokyo and New York next month at 2,700 to 3,200 yen $26.50 to $31.50 a share.

The planned IPO will likely be one of the biggest in Japan since Japan Post Holdings Co. and two financial units fetched around $12 billion in November.

Owned by South Korean internet company Naver Corp., Line currently boasts 218 million monthly active users and operates Japan s most popular mobile messaging app.

In recent years, Line has expanded to provide other services including streaming music and taxi hailing as it competes with bigger rivals including Facebook Inc. s WhatsApp and Tencent Holdings Ltd. s WeChat.

And in the U.S., where there are already similar services, it could face more difficulty generating demand in the long term, and the current turbulence in the markets won t help, he said.

Created in 2011 as a free chat app, Line has grown into a social-content platform, which generates revenue thanks to the stickiness of its core messaging service that features cute cartoon stickers.

Timothy Guardado 2017-03-07

TOKYO—Sharp Corp. is looking to spend some ¥100 billion ($878 million) in an expanded plan to build organic light-emitting diode displays, a technology coming in Apple Inc.’s next iPhone series, people familiar with the matter said.

Sharp and other makers of OLED displays are trying to catch up with Samsung Electronics Co., which both manufactures the displays and uses them in its Galaxy smartphones.

Apple has decided to use OLED...

Belinda Miller 2016-06-02

In recent years it has expanded to provide various other services including streaming music and taxi hailing.

Line Chief Executive Takeshi Idezawa said during an interview in March that the company planned to concentrate efforts in Asia and other markets where it can rank No.

It first submitted an application to list on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in the summer of 2014 as part of an offering that was expected to have valued it at more than $10 billion.

But it soon postponed the offering, and backed out of a possible IPO the following year.

I don t think many investors harbor the image anymore that Line is a rapidly growing company, said Shingo Ide, chief equity strategist at NLI Research Institute.

—Jonathan Cheng in Seoul contributed to this article.

Ralph Knotts 2017-08-01
img

TOKYO—Strong sales of image sensors for cameras in iPhones and other smartphones helped Sony Corp. post sharply higher profits in the three months through June.

Sony’s operating profit in the fiscal first quarter rose to ¥158 billion ($1.43 billion), nearly triple the figure in the same quarter a year ago and the highest on record for Sony in the April-June period.

The figure was inflated by one-time factors, including income...