Fujitsu Labs have developed a new system that allows modification of recorded voice parameters to change its apparent state of emotion.
Japan now starts a long term project to build and complete the next generation supercomputer.
NASA remolds our image of the outer Solar System with the announcement of the discovery of a new dwarf planet.
NASA showcases its new Z-2 spacesuit and there are three variants of it for you to choose from.
New research headed by several Japanese academic institutions may substantially reduce the required charging time for a Lithium-ion battery.
Researchers from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and Yakult will study the gastrointestinal effects probiotic milk has in space and the impact on the human immune system.
With Formula 1 increasing its focus on hybrid engine technology, fossil fuels might still play a relevant role in consumer cars in the years to come.
Japan’s national land surveying organization offers free web-based map data of Japan that can be directly used for 3D printing.
Latest IT research from Japan lets smartphones connect to an LTE network that uses frequency lines previously used on old television broadcast systems.
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has announced the next launch of its updated mapping and disaster monitoring satellite.
A rare gemstone holding trapped water suggests a massive reservoir, as large as our oceans combined, may be hidden in the Earth’s mantle.
Scientists at the University of Washington have built a new LED that is considered the thinnest that has ever been made.
Koichi Wakata becomes the next commander of the International Space Station (ISS), the first Japanese astronaut to ever hold the position.
NNT Data makes surveying hazardous radioactive environments easier, using a Google Glass-esque wearable integrated system that actively monitors surrounding radiation levels.
Students have determined that a human wearing a skydiving wingsuit would be able to take off from Saturn’s largest moon and fly unassisted.
Marco Annunziata of GE spoke at a recent TED event on the ‘Industrial Internet’ and how it can help various public and private corporations cut costs and save time.
Voice scientist Rupal Patel speaks of how voice surrogates can help people with voice disorders get an all new identity.
New research by the University of Tokyo and the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) features organic circuits that can give thin disposable items a whole new function.
The state-run Xinhua newswire in China reports that the Yutu ‘Jade Rabbit’ moon rover has encountered a potentially fatal mechanical problem and, writing from the rovers perspective, bids the earth and all its people a melancholy ‘Goodnight’.
Corning, the company that makes Gorilla Glass, has unveiled a version of the glass embedded with ionic silver which serves as an antibacterial agent.