Japanese Phone Makers Look to Ride Android’s Surge

Japanese mobile phones are a gadget lover’s dream. They double as credit cards. They can display digital TV broadcasts. Some are even fitted with solar cells.And yet, for all their innovations, Japanese-made handsets have had little impact overseas. They account for just a sliver of a global mobile phone market dominated by the likes of Apple, Research in Motion and Samsung.To read this New York Times report in full, see:
www.nytimes.com/2011/03/03/business/global/03android.html

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