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Waterstones to stop selling e-books
Bookseller Waterstones is to stop selling digital books and will instead divert customers to Japanese e-book company Kobo.
[BBC]

Japan cash machines hit by $12.7m theft
Cash worth 1.4bn yen ($13m; £8.8m) is taken from cash machines in Japan using credit cards made with stolen South African bank data.
[BBC]

Pepper robot to open up to Android
Japan's Pepper is to open up to Android developers which could offer greater capabilities for the little robot.
[BBC News]

Pepper robot to open up to Android
Japan's Pepper is to open up to Android developers which could offer greater capabilities for the little robot.
[BBC]

Gap's Old Navy to close shops in Japan
US retail company Gap says it's closing all of its Old Navy stores in Japan to save costs in response to dismal earnings.
[BBC News Americas]

CEO of Diverse to discuss the Japanese Mobile Dating Market at iDate L.A. June 9-10, 2016
New York, NY--Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that Diverse will speak at the 44th International iDate Mobile Dating Conference . The event takes place June 8-10, 2016 at the Sportsmen's Lodge Events Center in Los Angeles, CA. - - Hiroshi Tsumoto, President of Diverse, Inc will provide (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

CEO of Diverse to discuss the Japanese Mobile Dating Market at iDate L.A. June 9-10, 2016
New York, NY--Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that Diverse will speak at the 44th International iDate Mobile Dating Conference . The event takes place June 8-10, 2016 at the Sportsmen's Lodge Events Center in Los Angeles, CA. - - Hiroshi Tsumoto, President of Diverse, Inc will provide (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

World's cutest smartphone robot can be yours for a hefty price tag
RoBoHoN is adorable, can recognise your face, read your messages aloud, wake you up and announce phone calls, but is probably out of your price range The cutest robo-smartphone ever made is hitting shelves in Japan next month - but is it cute enough to drop almost £1,300? RoBoHoN (which (...)
[The Guardian]

Foxconn finalises Sharp takeover
Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn says it has agreed a deal to take over struggling Japanese electronics company Sharp.
[BBC News]

NTT Data agrees $3bn deal for Dell's IT service operations
The deal is intended to increase the Japanese company’s presence in North America Japan’s NTT Data has agreed to buy Dell’s IT consulting division for more than $3bn (£2.1bn) to expand in North America and bolster its services business. Related: The mobile makers are coming for the PC market and (...)
[The Guardian]

Japan's NTT to buy Dell unit for $3bn
Japan's NTT Data is buying Dell's technology services business for more than $3bn (£2.1bn) in an attempt to further expand its business in North America.
[BBC]

Games reviews roundup: Hitman; Mega Man Legacy Collection; Ishi-Sengoku-Den: Sadame
Hitman’s bite-sized assassinations will keep you coming back for more, Mega Man cements his legacy with an unmissable collection, but Sadame spreads its action too thinly over feudal Japan PS4, Xbox One, PC, Square Enix, cert: 18 ★★★★ Continue (...)
[The Guardian]

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