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Seeks damages, cash.
At least 29 people dead.
Sharp's value takes a bath.
Deal valued at $4.3 billion.
Less than it had feared, however.
Hasn't given up on the tech, though.
CMT going away, it seems.
Japan-only launch for newly-formed Vaio.
Allege theft of proprietary data.
Mass production by 2018 or bust.
Japan-exclusive launch for nostalgia fans.
Sony Mobile is moving closer to its parent company in a bid to improve the unit's efficiency.
Fujitsu has announced the launch of a hands-on PC building course, providing training to its customers.
KingMax has launched a 1TB 2.5in SSD in Japan which retails for under £1,000.
Sony has taken the wraps off a new 60GHz radio tech which can run at speeds of up to 6.3Gb/s.
Paradox's new historical strategy game focuses on political intrigue, factional dynamics and honour.
Sony has succumbed to new hacker attacks in Thailand and Japanese.
Delayed production of Nikon lenses could hold up Intel's 22nm production lines.
Creative Assembly has moved the celebrated strategy series back to Japan. We check it out.
Paradox Interactive has announced Sengoku, a new strategy game based in feudal Japan.
Hackers have reported they are able to run pirated DS games on the 3DS already.
Hitachi, in conjunction with NEDO, has developed a technology for producing 24TB HDDs.
Intel has joined forces with Samsung and Toshiba on an initiative to shrink chips to 11nm.
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