As the entire world gears up for the launch of the Wii U, there's one market that is still content with current Nintendo offerings.
Scientists at Cambridge University say they've worked out why the tsunami that devastated Japan in March 2011 was so much larger than expected.
The nuclear power plant disaster that occurred after Japan's extreme weather last year may have had an impact on the surrounding area.
Yes, there is yet another Godzilla revival in the works, and why not? I mean, everything's getting rebooted these days, and the great beast could absolutely use one.
The first quadcopter I saw up up close and personal was the original Parrot AR.Drone, which was priced at a cool $300 way back in 2010.
The Russian rocket carrying space travelers from three different countries - including the US - has successfully landed at the International Space Station.
The 2011 Tōhoku earthquake tsunami disaster has had a profound effect on Japan.
Google's Autocomplete function is continuing to get it into trouble, with a Japanese man becoming the latest to sue over the suggestions it throws out for his name.
Ever wished the people around you had a mute button? Two Japanese researchers did. And they've done something about it, inventing a device called the SpeechJammer that cuts annoying speakers off in mid-stream.
Days ahead of its debut at the Geneva Auto Show, Toyota has released a teaser video and a few images of its new hybrid concept car, the FT-Bh.
With the help of Fujitsu, the Japanese government is developing a computer virus aimed at tracing and disabling cyber-attacks.
Even though it's the new kid on the block in Japan, the Playstation Vita is still being outsold by a margin of six to one.
Gamers in Japan who absolutely, positively had to get a Playstation Vita on launch day are finding themselves in a frustrating situation.
Well, that's tasteful. In Germany, Google allows residents to remove their homes from Street View - but in Japan, it's giving the owners of piles of rubble no such option.
With recent reports that there have been further radioactive leaks from the Fukushima nuclear power plants, a new study has assessed the level of radioactivity in the ocean in the first months after the disaster.
The tidal wave that hit Japan in March was formed by two separate tsunamis, in a phenomenon that had been theorized but never before observed.
High-speed rail (HSR) isn’t without its problem – as train wrecks in China and financial wrecks in California have shown.
Millions of tons of debris from the Japanese earthquake and tsunami in March is headed for the West Coast of the US.
It's one of the most grueling acts of human endurance, but can a robot handle it?
It may not look all that cool, but desperate times call for desperate measures - even if it does mean wearing air-conditioned clothing.