Toyota's new plug-in hybrid aims for eco car dominance
The second-generation of Toyota's Prius plug-in hybrid vehicle can travel over 65 kilometers on a single charge from household electricity, double the distance of the previous generation, and could make PHVs the eco cars of choice.
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Discontinued years ago, the AIBO robotic dog is being brought back by Sony, as it announces that the new "aibo" will go on sale next year, and be far more advanced that the previous models.
Coffee on the rise in Indonesia
High-end coffee culture is rising in Indonesia, with consumers developing more refined tastes and coffee growers benefiting greatly from the growing reputation of Java coffee at home and around the world.
Ginza now has its own robot hotel
The Japanese robot-themed Henn na Hotel chain has opened its fifth establishment, this time in the heart of Tokyo, where machines, not humans, deliver the hospitality. We take a look at what the hotel offers.
Fukushima cleanup at seven years
The Nikkei visited the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in early February to see how cleanup is progressing nearly seven years after a massive tsunami resulted in the meltdown of three of its reactors.
The art of making G-Shock watches
The G-Shock watch brand has changed Casio's fortunes more than once. A tour of the company's factory in northern Japan where all the parts are made, shows just how much goes into making these complex timepieces.
New tools in Olympic security
The Special Equipment Exhibition & Conference for Anti-Terrorism was held in Tokyo to showcase to security professionals the latest in surveillance and protecting public events, with a special eye to helping the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.