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JAPAN
RTR6DOS
July 12, 2004
Japan's second biggest mobile operator KDDI Corp's employee shows off their new "Au" CDMA 1X WIN handset...
Japan
KDDI EMPLOYEE SHOWS NEW AU CDMA 1X WIN HANDSET SERIES IN TOKYO.
Japan's second biggest mobile operator KDDI Corp's employee shows off their new "Au" CDMA 1X WIN handset series at an unveiling in Tokyo July 12, 2004. Three types of handsets and devices supporting CDMA 1X WIN, a 3G service that enables high speed data communications of up to 2.4 Mbps, will be available with fixed packet rates. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW
KDDI
RTXMPYU
June 29, 2004
- PHOTO TAKEN 15JUN04 - KDDI Corp's candy bar-shaped mobile phones are displayed at the company's office...
Tokyo, Japan
- PHOTO TAKEN 15JUN04 - KDDI Corp's candy bar-shaped mobile phones are displayed at the company's of.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 15JUN04 - KDDI Corp's candy bar-shaped mobile phones are displayed at the company's office in Tokyo June 15, 2004. After years of relying on the latest high-tech features to lure consumers into replacing their old phones, Japanese mobile operators are going back to the basics and looking at design. Picture taken June 15, 2004.
TELECOMS JAPAN CARLYLE
RTR4TDO
June 21, 2004
U.S. buyout firm Carlyle Group Managing Director Tamotsu Adachi speaks during a joint news conference...
Japan
U.S. BUYOUT FIRM CARLYLE GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR ADACHI SPEAK DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN TOKYO.
U.S. buyout firm Carlyle Group Managing Director Tamotsu Adachi speaks during a joint news conference with Japanese cellphone maker Kyocera Corp in Tokyo June 21, 2004. Carlyle and Kyocera said on Monday they would buy DDI Pocket from KDDI Corp for $2 billion in the biggest leveraged buyout in Japan this year. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa TA/BY
TELECOMS JAPAN CARLYLE
RTR4TCN
June 21, 2004
U.S. BUYOUT FIRM CARLYLE GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR ADACHI POSE WITH JAPANESE CELLPHONE MAKER KYOCERA PRESIDENT...
Japan
U.S. BUYOUT FIRM CARLYLE GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR ADACHI POSE WITH JAPANESE CELLPHONE MAKER KYOCERA ......
U.S. BUYOUT FIRM CARLYLE GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR ADACHI POSE WITH JAPANESE CELLPHONE MAKER KYOCERA PRESIDENT NISHIGUCHI IN TOKYO. U.S. buyout firm Carlyle Group Managing Director Tamotsu Adachi (2nd L) and Japanese cellphone maker Kyocera Corp President Yasuo Nishiguchi (2nd R) pose with KDDI Corp President Tadashi Onodera (L) and mobile phone operator DDI Pocket President Takeo Yamashita (R) in Tokyo June 21, 2004. Carlyle and Kyocera said on Monday they would buy DDI Pocket from KDDI Corp for $2 billion in the biggest leveraged buyout in Japan this year. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
TELECOMS JAPAN CARLYLE
RTR4TBV
June 21, 2004
U.S. BUYOUT FIRM CARLYLE GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR ADACHI POSE WITH JAPANESE CELLPHONE MAKER KYOCERA PRESIDENT...
Japan
U.S. BUYOUT FIRM CARLYLE GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR ADACHI POSE WITH JAPANESE CELLPHONE MAKER KYOCERA ......
U.S. BUYOUT FIRM CARLYLE GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR ADACHI POSE WITH JAPANESE CELLPHONE MAKER KYOCERA PRESIDENT NISHIGUCHI IN TOKYO. U.S. buyout firm Carlyle Group Managing Director Tamotsu Adachi (2nd L) and Japanese cellphone maker Kyocera Corp President Yasuo Nishiguchi (2nd R) pose with KDDI Corp President Tadashi Onodera (L) and mobile phone operator DDI Pocket President Takeo Yamashita (R) in Tokyo June 21, 2004. Carlyle and Kyocera said on Monday they would buy DDI Pocket from KDDI Corp for $2 billion in the biggest leveraged buyout in Japan this year. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
TELECOMS JAPAN CARLYLE
RTR4TB3
June 21, 2004
JAPANESE CELLPHONE MAKER KYOCERA PRESIDENT NISHIGUCHI AND U.S. BUYOUT FIRM CARLYLE GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR...
Japan
JAPANESE CELLPHONE MAKER KYOCERA PRESIDENT NISHIGUCHI AND U.S. BUYOUT FIRM CARLYLE GROUP MANAGING ......
JAPANESE CELLPHONE MAKER KYOCERA PRESIDENT NISHIGUCHI AND U.S. BUYOUT FIRM CARLYLE GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR ADACHI SPEAK DURING JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE IN TOKYO. Japanese cellphone maker Kyocera Corp President Yasuo Nishiguchi (C) and U.S. buyout firm Carlyle Group Managing Director Tamotsu Adachi (L), accompanied by mobile phone operator DDI Pocket President Takeo Yamashita (R), speak during a joint news conference in Tokyo June 21, 2004. Carlyle and Kyocera said on Monday they would buy DDI Pocket from KDDI Corp for $2 billion in the biggest leveraged buyout in Japan this year. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
TELECOMS JAPAN PHONE
RTR159EM
June 15, 2004
KDDI Corp's employee shows off prototypes of their pebble-shaped mobile phone at the company's office...
Japan
TO MATCH BUSINESS FEATURE TELECOMS-JAPAN-PHONE.
KDDI Corp's employee shows off prototypes of their pebble-shaped mobile phone at the company's office in Tokyo June 15, 2004. After years of relying on the latest high-tech features to lure consumers into replacing their old phones, Japanese mobile operators are going back to the basics and looking at design. Picture taken June 15, 2004. TO ACCOMPANY BUSINESS FEATURE TELECOMS-JAPAN-PHONE REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/BY
TELECOMS JAPAN PHONE
RTR4YEE
June 15, 2004
KDDI Corp's candy bar-shaped mobile phones are displayed at the company's office in Tokyo June 15, 2004....
Tokyo, Japan
TO MATCH BUSINESS FEATURE TELECOMS-JAPAN-PHONE.
KDDI Corp's candy bar-shaped mobile phones are displayed at the company's office in Tokyo June 15, 2004. After years of relying on the latest high-tech features to lure consumers into replacing their old phones, Japanese mobile operators are going back to the basics and looking at design. Picture taken June 15, 2004. TO ACCOMPANY BUSINESS FEATURE TELECOMS-JAPAN-PHONE REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao REUTERS YN/BY
TELECOMS JAPAN PHONE
RTR4WAB
June 15, 2004
KDDI Corp's candy bar-shaped mobile phones are displayed at the company's office in Tokyo June 15, 2004....
Japan
TO MATCH BUSINESS FEATURE TELECOMS-JAPAN-PHONE.
KDDI Corp's candy bar-shaped mobile phones are displayed at the company's office in Tokyo June 15, 2004. After years of relying on the latest high-tech features to lure consumers into replacing their old phones, Japanese mobile operators are going back to the basics and looking at design. Picture taken June 15, 2004. TO ACCOMPANY BUSINESS FEATURE TELECOMS-JAPAN-PHONE REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao REUTERS YN/BY
JAPAN
RTRJRVQ
May 18, 2004
KDDI's mobile phones made by Casio Computer with integrated digital cameras are shown at Japan's second-largest...
Japan
KDDI'S WORLD FIRST 3.2 MEGAPIXEL CAMERA PHONES ARE SHOWN IN TOKYO.
KDDI's mobile phones made by Casio Computer with integrated digital cameras are shown at Japan's second-largest mobile operator, KDDI, headquarters in Tokyo May 18, 2004. KDDI said it will roll out the world's first 3.2 megapixel camera phone and two other models in June as part of its high-speed 3G lineup for its main mobile brand, "au". REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa TA/CP
JAPAN
RTRJRVI
May 18, 2004
KDDI's mobile phones made by Casio Computer with integrated digital cameras are shown at Japan's second-largest...
Japan
KDDI'S WORLD FIRST 3.2 MEGAPIXEL CAMERA PHONES ARE SHOWN IN TOKYO.
KDDI's mobile phones made by Casio Computer with integrated digital cameras are shown at Japan's second-largest mobile operator, KDDI, headquarters in Tokyo May 18, 2004. KDDI said it will roll out the world's first 3.2 megapixel camera phone and two other models in June as part of its high-speed 3G lineup for its main mobile brand, "au". REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa TA/CP
KDDI
RTXM85A
October 06, 2003
Japanese telecoms operator KDDI Corp unveils the new "Au" mobile handset A5501T in Tokyo October 6, 2003....
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese telecoms operator KDDI Corp unveils the new "Au" mobile handset A5501T in Tokyo October 6, .....
Japanese telecoms operator KDDI Corp unveils the new "Au" mobile handset A5501T in Tokyo October 6, 2003. The handset, made by Toshiba Corp, is equipped with an advanced global positioning system (GPS) function, similar to car navigation systems, helping pedestrians find directions to their, and a one-mega pixel camera, and is to go on sale in late October open-priced, or with no suggested retail price.
TELECOMS JAPAN KDDI
RTR4DG4
October 06, 2003
Japanese telecoms operator KDDI Corp unveils the new "Au" mobile handset A5501T in Tokyo October 6, 2003....
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI UNVEILS NEW "AU" MOBILE PHONE IN TOKYO.
Japanese telecoms operator KDDI Corp unveils the new "Au" mobile handset A5501T in Tokyo October 6, 2003. The handset, made by Toshiba Corp, is equipped with an advanced global positioning system (GPS) function, similar to car navigation systems, helping pedestrians find directions to their destination, and a one-mega pixel camera, and is to go on sale in late October open-priced, or with no suggested retail price. TECOM REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi PP03100027 ES/TW
TELECOMS JAPAN KDDI
RTR4D36
October 06, 2003
Japanese telecoms operator KDDI Corp unveils the new "Au" mobile
handset A5501T in Tokyo October 6,...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI UNVEILS NEW "AU" MOBILE PHONE IN TOKYO.
Japanese telecoms operator KDDI Corp unveils the new "Au" mobile
handset A5501T in Tokyo October 6, 2003. The handset, made by Toshiba
Corp, is equipped with an advanced global positioning system (GPS)
function, similar to car navigation systems, helping pedestrians find
directions to their destination, and a one-mega pixel camera, and is to
go on sale in late October open-priced, or with no suggested retail
price. REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi

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TELECOMS JAPAN KDDI
RTRNJQM
May 15, 2003
Japanese telecoms operator KDDI Corp unveils the new A5401CA, the
company's first camera phone with...
Tokyo, Japan
TELECOMS OPERATOR KDDI UNVEILS NEW MEGA-PIXEL CAMERA PHONE IN TOKYO.
Japanese telecoms operator KDDI Corp unveils the new A5401CA, the
company's first camera phone with a resolution of more than a million
pixels, at the compny's headquarters in Tokyo May 15, 2003. The new
1.24 million-pixel photo phone, manufactured by Casio Computer Co Ltd,
will hit the stores as early as May 27 with an expected retail price of
slightly more than 20,000 yen ($171.3), as KDDI joins NTT DoCoMo Inc
and J-Phone Co Ltd in offering cutting-edge mega-pixel handsets.
REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

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TELECOMS JAPAN KDDI
RTRNJOP
May 15, 2003
An employee of Japanese telecoms operator KDDI Corp shows a self-portrait
taken on the new A5401CA,...
Tokyo, Japan
TELECOMS OPERATOR KDDI STAFF SHOWS NEW MEGA-PIXEL CAMERA PHONE IN
TOKYO.
An employee of Japanese telecoms operator KDDI Corp shows a self-portrait
taken on the new A5401CA, the company's first camera phone with a resolution
of more than a million pixels, at the company's headquarters in Tokyo May
15, 2003. The new 1.24 million-pixel photo phone, manufactured by Casio
Computer Co Ltd, will hit the stores as early as May 27 with an expected
retail price of slightly more than 20,000 yen ($171.3), as KDDI joins NTT
DoCoMo Inc and J-Phone Co Ltd in offering cutting-edge mega-pixel handsets.
REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa PP03050069

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KDDI CORP
RTXLNAV
November 18, 2002
An employee of KDDI Corp poses with the company's newest model A5303H phone in Tokyo on November 18,...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee of KDDI Corp poses with the company's newest model A5303H phone in Tokyo on November 18,.....
An employee of KDDI Corp poses with the company's newest model A5303H phone in Tokyo on November 18, 2002. [Japan's second-largest telecoms carrier's new camera-equipped phone facilitates the company's photo-mail service, along with a music download service that will let users retrieve 15-30 second segments from a CD via the internet.]
TELECOMS JAPAN KDDI
RTRE0AK
November 18, 2002
An employee of KDDI Corp poses with the company's newest model A5303H phone
in Tokyo on November 18,...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI EMPLOYEE DISPLAYS NEW CAMERA-EQUIPPED PHONE IN TOKYO.
An employee of KDDI Corp poses with the company's newest model A5303H phone
in Tokyo on November 18, 2002. Japan's second-largest telecoms carrier's new
camera-equipped phone facilitates the company's photo-mail service, along
with a music download service that will let users retrieve 15-30 second
segments from a CD via the internet. REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi

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KDDI
RTXLGWR
August 26, 2002
KDDI Corp employee displays a photo of herself taken by KDDI's newest model A5301T mobile phone at an...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI Corp employee displays a photo of herself taken by KDDI's newest model A5301T mobile phone at a.....
KDDI Corp employee displays a photo of herself taken by KDDI's newest model A5301T mobile phone at an unveiling in Tokyo August 26, 2002. KDDI's new camera-equipped phone can also record video clips of up to 15 seconds, and allow users to send emails to other mobile handsets or personal computers. The company, Japan's second-largest wireless carrier said on Monday the price will likely be set at the same level as other high-end handsets which are currently sold between 10,000 to 20,000 yen ($83-$167)
TELECOMS KDDI 3G
RTR9EVU
August 26, 2002
KDDI Corp President Tadashi Onodera speaks to reporters during a news
conference in Tokyo August 26,...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI PRESIDENT ONODERA SPEAKS TO REPORTERS DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN
TOKYO.
KDDI Corp President Tadashi Onodera speaks to reporters during a news
conference in Tokyo August 26, 2002. Japan's second-largest wireless carrier
unveiled four new models for its third-generation (3G) mobile service,
paving the way for its seven million 3G users target by March 2003.
REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi

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TELECOMS KDDI 3G
RTR9EVH
August 26, 2002
KDDI Corp employee displays a photo of herself taken by KDDI's newest model
A5301T mobile phone at an...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI EMPLOYEE DISPLAYS NEWEST CAMERA-EQUIPPED PHONE AT UNVEILING IN
TOKYO.
KDDI Corp employee displays a photo of herself taken by KDDI's newest model
A5301T mobile phone at an unveiling in Tokyo August 26, 2002. KDDI's new
camera-equipped phone can also record video clips of up to 15 seconds, and
allow users to send emails to other mobile handsets or personal computers.
The company, Japan's second-largest wireless carrier said on Monday the
price will likely be set at the same level as other high-end handsets which
are currently sold between 10,000 to 20,000 yen ($83-$167) REUTERS/Haruyoshi
Yamaguchi

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SONY ERICSSON
RTXL4FW
March 13, 2002
Sony Ericsson employee Eriko Takahashi shows the company's "C1002S" mobile phone at Sony Plaza in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Sony Ericsson employee Eriko Takahashi shows the company's "C1002S" mobile phone at Sony Plaza in To.....
Sony Ericsson employee Eriko Takahashi shows the company's "C1002S" mobile phone at Sony Plaza in Tokyo March 13, 2002. [Hiroshi Yoshioka, president of the Japanese unit of London-based Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications Ltd, said that Sony Ericsson's debut "1002S" phone became the top-selling model for Japan's second largest mobile operator, KDDI Corp, at the beginning of this month. Yoshioka went on to say the company was aiming to win more than 10 percent of the Japanese market for mobile phones.]
TECH SONYERICSSON JAPAN
RTR2HTE
March 13, 2002
Sony Ericsson employee Eriko Takahashi shows the company's "C1002S"
mobile phone at Sony Plaza in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
SONY ERICSSON EMPLOYEE SHOWS ITS "C1002S" MOBILE PHONE AT SONY PLAZA IN
TOKYO.
Sony Ericsson employee Eriko Takahashi shows the company's "C1002S"
mobile phone at Sony Plaza in Tokyo March 13, 2002. Hiroshi Yoshioka,
president of the Japanese unit of London-based Sony Ericsson Mobile
Communications Ltd, said that Sony Ericsson's debut "1002S" phone
became the top-selling model for Japan's second largest mobile
operator, KDDI Corp, at the beginning of this month. Yoshioka went on
to say the company was aiming to win more than 10 percent of the
Japanese market for mobile phones. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

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MARKETS JAPAN STOCKS CLOSE
RTRGUEE
April 11, 2001
A Japanese businessman uses a mobile phone as he walks past a stock quotation board flashing the day's...
Tokyo, Japan
BUSINESSMAN WALKS PAST STOCK QUOTATION BOARD OUTSIDE SECURITIES BROKERAGE IN TOKYO.
A Japanese businessman uses a mobile phone as he walks past a stock quotation board flashing the day's jump in the benchmark Nikkei average outside a securities brokerage in Tokyo April 11, 2001. Tokyo's Nikkei share average soared four percent on Wednesday, propelled by a rebound by KDDI Corp and other expensive telecom and chip stocks on the back of gains in their peers overseas.

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JAPAN
RTXK27N
October 03, 2000
KDDI Corp chairman emeritus Shoichiro Toyota (R) shakes hands with Junichiro Miyazu, president of rival...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI Corp chairman emeritus Shoichiro Toyota (R) shakes hands with Junichiro Miyazu, president of ri.....
KDDI Corp chairman emeritus Shoichiro Toyota (R) shakes hands with Junichiro Miyazu, president of rival Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp, at a party celebrating KDDI's formation in Tokyo October 3, 2000. KDDI, established on Sunday as Japan's second-biggest telecoms group, is vying directly against NTT in Japan's lucrative cell phone, local and international call markets.
JAPAN
RTR8ZMF
October 03, 2000
KDDI Corp chairman emeritus Shoichiro Toyota (R) shakes hands with Junichiro
Miyazu, president of rival...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI CHAIRMAN TOYOTA SHAKES HANDS WITH NTT PRESIDENT MIYAZU AT KDDI
FOUNDATION PARTY IN TOKYO.
KDDI Corp chairman emeritus Shoichiro Toyota (R) shakes hands with Junichiro
Miyazu, president of rival Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp, at a party
celebrating KDDI's formation in Tokyo October 3, 2000. KDDI, established on
Sunday as Japan's second-biggest telecoms group, is vying directly against
NTT in Japan's lucrative cell phone, local and international call markets.

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