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Microsoft Sues Windows Phone Partner For Patent Infringement

Kyocera are known for their document solutions, and they are about to receive a document from Microsoft. Redmond has filed a lawsuit against the company for unauthorized use of Android patents. Reuters notes that the software titan

Japan Gets A Special Rebranded Dell EveryPad Pro Tablet

Dell has just launched a new Windows 8.1 tablet that comes with LTE capabilities built in. Interestingly, the Dell EveryPad Pro is actually a rebrand of one of the company’s 8-inch slates. Japan is a key market

Microsoft Aims To Conquer 50% Of The Tablet Market

In Japan, that is. This is one country that has really taken to Windows powered tablets in recent months. Large hardware vendors like ASUS and Toshiba have released many such models in the local market. And while

Market Share Of Windows Tablets Climbs To 15.7% In Japan

There is a term called Big in Japan. One of the most technology advanced countries on the planet, at least when it comes to computing and consumer electronics, Japan really is a pioneer in many ways. And

Hardware Makers In Japan, Korea Show Heightened Interest In Windows

Windows 8.1 is going places. Well, Microsoft’s modern operating platform has had a decent enough run overall, but there are many markets where it can really carve up a big share. Countries like Japan and Korea represent

Microsoft Officially Launches Windows Azure In Japan

Redmond’s cloud train has reached Japan, with the company officially launching the Windows Azure cloud services in the country that has recorded impressive growth in this arena. According to research firm IDC, the Japanese cloud market is

Microsoft Has Secured Another Huge Windows 8 Deal

When it comes to striking deals, few technology companies can rival Microsoft. Redmond regularly signs huge deals with governments, enterprises and organizations the world over, for everything from Windows to Office 365 licenses. This time the company

Microsoft To Launch 256GB Surface Pro Tablet In Japan, Includes Office 2013

Microsoft has just announced that the Surface Pro will go on sale in Japan on June 7, and perhaps unsurprisingly, the localized version of the tablet comes with a couple of interesting changes. The most evident of

Steve Ballmer Outlines Microsoft’s Future Strategy For China And Japan

China and Japan, both are two of the most important markets for computing technology, and as a company that is at the forefront, Microsoft seems well aware of the growth potential of both. So much so that

Japanese Authorities Find An Ingenious Way To Keep Using Windows XP Safely

Operating systems are just as interesting near retirement as they are before release. Take the classic Windows XP, for example. Microsoft has it dated for April 8, 2014. The software titan will not provide any further security