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(Reuters) - Akira Yoshino, a co-winner of the 2019 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his work on lithium-ion batteries, can take credit for the upheaval in both the automotive and technology industries.
There was a leak of ticket buyers’ data in the run-up to the Olympic Games in Tokyo, according to reports.
Japan is embarking on research to develop cutting-edge chip technology with Taiwan's leading semiconductor manufacturer, as a global shortage of chips impacts output of various devices.
TOKYO (Reuters) - After four years spent working and living alone, far from his family and friends, Tsuyoshi Tatebayashi packed his bags at the end of March and returned, at last, to his wife and two daughters.
TOKYO/PARIS (Reuters) -A Toshiba Corp unit said it was hacked by the DarkSide ransomware group, overshadowing an announcement of a strategic review for the Japanese conglomerate under pressure from activist shareholders to seek out suitors.
Premium wet-type separators, a key component of electric vehicle batteries will run into a supply shortage in 2023 due to "explosive” growth in demand, says one of its major producers.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Renesas Electronics Corp will resume production at a chip-making factory in eastern Japan that suffered a fire last month by April 19, the Asahi newspaper reported on Friday.
Japanese messaging app Line, owned by SoftBank Corp’s Z Holdings Corp, allowed Chinese engineers at a Shanghai affiliate to access data on Japanese users without gaining their consent, Japanese media reported on March 17.
Organisers for the Tokyo Olympics are asking athletes and teams to install a smartphone app that tracks their movements to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus when they arrive in Japan, but there’s just one problem.