On the cover: While Koizumi & Co. tinker with Japan's economic engine one expert says they forgot the gas.
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|'El Of a Gadget
After decades of fruitless crystal-ball gazing, it looks like wearable computers are just around the corner ...
|Xbox's Very Short Honeymoon
Microsoft's Xbox was the best-selling game console in Japan for the week of February 18-24, after ...
|Online Brokerages See Record Trading Volume in March
The March stock market rally was a boon for online brokerages...
|VC Report: Firms Look beyond the Clouds
Japan's economy may be adrift, but venture capitalists seem to feel they may be heading for fairer winds...
|Warning: Stegosaurus in Yard
How about a new home security system?
|Bridging the Digital Gender Divide
Digital Eve's Japan chapter on the struggle to get the nation's women on a technological even footing with its men.
A professional musician gets to grisps with a newfangled MP3 player/recorder.
|Great Thinkers: Einstein, Freud and ... Berners-Lee
Tim Berners-Lee, who single-handedly invented the World Wide Web, was in town to receive JPY 50 million Japan Award.
Attacks on pupils and teachers mean Japan's schools, once renowned for their open-door policies, are bringing in Big Brother-style surveillance systems.
|The Pulse 2
The best of J@pan Inc's newsletters: Gadget Watch, Wireless Watch and Music Media Watch.
|OKINAWA: A Trouble island has visions of IT paradise
Okinawa, Japan's southernmost prefecture, is a semitropical island chain that's best known for being US territory until 1972. That perception is about to change as local and central governments offer incentives to lure high-tech companies to set up shop there.
|Call of the Wind
OKINAWA, Japan's southernmost province, is home to some of the country's most successful call centers.
|Running On Empty
Gregory Clark, the president of Tama University, says prime minister Junichiro Koizumi spends too much time tinkering with supply when it's demand that is the problem.
|The Final ShowDown
Digital technology is rapidly replacing traditional film in the movies -- a move that has serious implications for both the nature of film production and its financing.
The high-end server market is going through a transitional period, but who are the winners and losers?
Carl Glaeser, CEO of Bowne Global Solutions, talks about globalization, a bankruptcy auction and the future of human translators.
How much you can earn if incarcerated in Japan, female schacho and death by overwork.
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