Whoa, check out the size of that girl’s DRAM!
Imagine you dropped dead this instant, would you want your family getting into your computer or smartphone as it is?
Under the sea. Under the Seaaaaa!♪ You can overclock your processor, under the seaaaaa!♫
Super-affectionate feline is out to melt hearts, destroy productivity.
Pikachu’s old Pokémon rival isn’t going to let him hog all the cuddly spotlight.
The anime star is always emotionally supportive, and now he’ll support your wrists, too.
Leave your bag at home and fill up the pockets of this denim hoodie with all your tech instead.
People in Japan are crying with laughter over the short musical video clip, saying they can’t stop playing it over and over again.
Plushie is half anime ergonomic aid, half heart-warming distraction.
The multi-talented Vocaloid adds yet another skill set to her repertoire.
And the award for the most yandere operating system upgrade goes to….
A Japanese inventor creates a projection mapping-enabled keyboard with letters that fly out into space as you type.
Digital Monster will make the digital workplace a little more comfortable.
Playing cat and mouse at work has never been so adorable.
…monitor not included.
If you have a cat at home, there’s a good chance you’re well aware of the frustrations felines can introduce to owners, like walking all over keyboards or stealing your seat the second you get up. Sure, we forgive them, and we might even find it kind of cute, but eventually the “pranks” get old and we just want to be able to sit down and write the next great novel without having to delete our cats’ helpful additions of “jmmmmmmmmmm;;;;;;;acccccieiei1” every few minutes.
But what’s to be done against the wiles of a determined cat?! Well, you could lock your cat out of the room, but that would just be depressing. Or you could turn to Bessed, a design and manufacturing company that provides consumers with some…unique products. The company recently announced the release of their Neko Pochi Keyboard Cover, which is a keyboard cover designed to hold the weight of a cat over your keyboard so you can type. Now you know what to get all the cat-owners on your holiday gift list!
Juggling school life and regular life isn’t always easy. Sometimes you’ve got a million things to do and deadlines are coming down on you hard and fast, and you just need that little bit of extra time to finish up your paper. If you are this sneaky Japanese student, though, you’ve found a way to make technology seemingly going wrong make everything all right.
The other day while out shopping for computer parts like that-thing-that-connects-an-old-type-iPod-to-a-PC, one Twitter user stumbled upon a truly great deal. For only 200 yen (US$1.70) you can get…um, you know…one of those “things-that-let-you-make-a-USB-into-a-plug.”
Although offering up high-tech features and services to their customers seems like an obviously good idea, businesses must always be wary of alienating the less technologically inclined. Such is the case with Japan Post (JP) who once had to come up with a low-tech solution to a high-tech problem.
What with desktops, laptops, all-in-ones and tablets, we now have an enormous amount of choice when it comes to buying a new computer. While many of us enjoy the raw power that giant desktops have to offer, others prefer the simplicity and convenience of tablets with their slim designs and fingerprint-absorbing touchscreens.
With the Kira L93, Japanese electronics giant Toshiba is clearly hoping to cover all of its bases and please even the most indecisive computer buyer. With a 13.3-inch touchscreen that can be rotated 360 degrees, stand, detachable keyboard and stylus, the latest entry in the Dynabook series can be used up to seven different ways, making it one of the most versatile machines on the market.