No need to wait until the workday is done before knocking back a cold one, and it just might lead to a full-time position.
Too tipsy to type? One tap will find the way home for you, plus tell you how much time you’ve got before your night out becomes an all-nighter.
We try out the new system at a high-tech digital vending machine in Tokyo.
Pikachu apparently doesn’t know how to tone down the strength of his electricity powers.
Android experiment OBJECT took over 200 submissions for ideas and produced these four futuristic products.
Sure, Nintendo’s upcoming hybrid system looks cool, but retro gamers are already gushing over this cool customization of a classic console.
The Internet of Things (IoT) finds its newest home in a pint-sized moe-cute figure who gyrates for your pleasure.
Clever idea helps wearers cope with the cold with a new take on the retro garment.
Check out how the cool crowd orders coffee at Starbucks in Japan.
Will new technology let them really experience the scent of virtual girls?
While you’re progressing towards your destination, your smartphone could be progressing towards a full charge.
The underground train operator has commissioned several real-time translation megaphones to facilitate communication with foreign customers.
VoxelKei has been working to create the ultimate VR map of Japan, allowing people the chance to explore an extremely detailed rendering of the entire country. Oh, and also fire massive death rays at it.
“The technology is great, but from a man’s point of view….”
Azumi the holographic robot wants to brush teeth, watch TV, and send cute text messages together with you.
Cut the carp and tell us if these are real already!
Beefed-up specs and functions address the needs of Japanese comic fans.
Whoa, check out the size of that girl’s DRAM!