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JAPAN/
RTR32V5J
May 31, 2012
A logo of the "au", a mobile cellular services brand provided by KDDI Corporation, is seen at Wireless...
Tokyo, Japan
A logo of the "au", a mobile cellular services brand provided by KDDI Corporation, is seen at Wireless...
A logo of the "au", a mobile cellular services brand provided by KDDI Corporation, is seen at Wireless Japan 2012, a smartphone and mobilephone technology exhibition, in Tokyo May 31, 2012. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
MARKETS-JAPAN-STOCKS-HOT
RTR2SNF4
October 14, 2011
A poster promoting Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4S is seen at mobile carrier KDDI's shop in Tokyo October 14,...
Japan
A poster promoting Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4S is seen at mobile carrier KDDI's shop in Tokyo
A poster promoting Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4S is seen at mobile carrier KDDI's shop in Tokyo October 14, 2011. Apple Inc's iPhone 4S went on sale in Japan and other countries on Friday. KDDI Corp , which also started distributing the iPhone, rose 2.1 percent to 591,000 yen. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
MARKETS-JAPAN-STOCKS-HOT
RTR2SNF2
October 14, 2011
A poster promoting Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4S is seen in front of mobile carrier KDDI's logo at KDDI's shop...
Japan
A poster promoting Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4S is seen at mobile carrier KDDI's shop in Tokyo
A poster promoting Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4S is seen in front of mobile carrier KDDI's logo at KDDI's shop in Tokyo October 14, 2011. Apple Inc's iPhone 4S went on sale in Japan and other countries on Friday. KDDI Corp , which also started distributing the iPhone, rose 2.1 percent to 591,000 yen. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
MARKETS-JAPAN-STOCKS-HOT
RTR2SNES
October 14, 2011
Visitors try Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4S units at mobile carrier KDDI's booth at an electronics shop in Tokyo...
Japan
Visitors try Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4S units at mobile carrier KDDI's booth at an electronics shop in Tokyo...
Visitors try Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4S units at mobile carrier KDDI's booth at an electronics shop in Tokyo October 14, 2011. Apple Inc's iPhone 4S went on sale in Japan and other countries on Friday. KDDI Corp , which also started distributing the iPhone, rose 2.1 percent to 591,000 yen. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
KDDI/
RTR2RUQL
September 26, 2011
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka speaks to the media after a news conference in Tokyo September...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka speaks to the media after a news conference in Tokyo
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka speaks to the media after a news conference in Tokyo September 26, 2011. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
KDDI/
RTR2RUQK
September 26, 2011
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka poses with a mobile phone during a photo session after a news...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI Corporation President Tanaka poses with a mobile phone after a news conference in Tokyo
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka poses with a mobile phone during a photo session after a news conference in Tokyo September 26, 2011. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
KDDI/
RTR2RUQH
September 26, 2011
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka speaks during a news conference in Tokyo September 26, 2011....
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka speaks during a news conference in Tokyo September 26, 2011. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
KDDI/
RTR2RUQG
September 26, 2011
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka speaks during a news conference in Tokyo September 26, 2011....
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka speaks during a news conference in Tokyo September 26, 2011. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
KDDI/
RTR2RUQF
September 26, 2011
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka speaks during a news conference in Tokyo September 26, 2011....
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
KDDI Corporation President Takashi Tanaka speaks during a news conference in Tokyo September 26, 2011. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS HEADSHOT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
JAPAN/
RTR27BES
September 01, 2009
A man fills out a form at a counter of an au shop of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI...
Tokyo, Japan
A man fills out a form at a counter of an au shop of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI...
A man fills out a form at a counter of an au shop of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp at an electronic store in Tokyo January 26, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN BUSINESS)
JAPAN
RTXDRWR
April 08, 2009
An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI poses as she displays the company's new polka dot pattern...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI poses as she displays the company's new polka dot pattern...
An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI poses as she displays the company's new polka dot pattern mobile phone and dog-shaped phone holder designed by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama in Tokyo April 8, 2009. The product named "My Doggie Ring-Ring" is priced at 1 million yen ($10,008) and will go on sale in Japan this summer for a limited edition of 100 sets. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN SOCIETY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
JAPAN
RTXDRWH
April 08, 2009
An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI is seen through a scope attached to a box housing a...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI is seen through a scope attached to a box housing a...
An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI is seen through a scope attached to a box housing a mobile phone designed by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama in Tokyo April 8, 2009. The product named "Dots Obsession, Full Happiness with Dots" is priced at 1 million yen ($10,008) and will go on sale in Japan this summer for a limited edition of 100 sets. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN SOCIETY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
JAPAN
RTXDRWG
April 08, 2009
An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI is seen through a scope attached to a box housing a...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI looks through a scope attached to a box housing a mobile...
An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI is seen through a scope attached to a box housing a mobile phone designed by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama in Tokyo April 8, 2009. The product named "Dots Obsession, Full Happiness with Dots" is priced at 1 million yen ($10,008) and will go on sale in Japan this summer for a limited edition of 100 sets. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTXDRW8
April 08, 2009
Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI's new mobile phone and a box designed by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI's new mobile phone and a box designed by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama...
Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI's new mobile phone and a box designed by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is displayed in Tokyo April 8, 2009. The product named "Dots Obsession, Full Happiness with Dots" is priced at 1 million yen ($10,008) and will go on sale in Japan this summer for a limited edition of 100 sets. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN SOCIETY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTXDRW0
April 08, 2009
An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI poses as she displays the company's new polka dot pattern...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI poses as she displays the company's new polka dot pattern...
An employee of Japanese mobile phone carrier KDDI poses as she displays the company's new polka dot pattern mobile phone and dog-shaped phone holder designed by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama in Tokyo April 8, 2009. The product named "My Doggie Ring-Ring" is priced at 1 million yen ($10,008) and will go on sale in Japan this summer for a limited edition of 100 sets. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN SOCIETY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTR23X8D
January 27, 2009
A woman walks in an au shop for Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in Tokyo December...
Tokyo, Japan
Woman walks in an au shop for KDDI Corp. in Tokyo
A woman walks in an au shop for Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in Tokyo December 1, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X89
January 27, 2009
A woman walks past a signboard of an au shop for Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp....
Tokyo, Japan
Woman walks past a signboard of an au shop for KDDI Corp. in Tokyo
A woman walks past a signboard of an au shop for Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in Tokyo December 1, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X85
January 27, 2009
The logo of an au shop of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. is seen in Tokyo December...
Tokyo, Japan
Logo of an au shop of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. is seen in Tokyo
The logo of an au shop of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. is seen in Tokyo December 1, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X82
January 27, 2009
A woman walks past a signboard at a shop of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in...
Tokyo, Japan
Woman walks past a signboard at a shop of KDDI Corp. in Tokyo
A woman walks past a signboard at a shop of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in Tokyo December 1, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X7Y
January 27, 2009
A woman walks past a signboard for Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in Tokyo December...
Tokyo, Japan
Woman walks past a signboard forf KDDI Corp. in Tokyo
A woman walks past a signboard for Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in Tokyo December 1, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X7T
January 27, 2009
A woman walks out of a shop of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in Tokyo December...
Tokyo, Japan
Woman walks out of an shop of KDDI Corp. in Tokyo
A woman walks out of a shop of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in Tokyo December 1, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X7Q
January 27, 2009
A woman walks in an au shop by Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in Tokyo December...
Tokyo, Japan
Woman walks in an au shop by KDDI Corp. in Tokyo
A woman walks in an au shop by Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in Tokyo December 1, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X7M
January 27, 2009
A man walks in an au shop by Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in Tokyo December...
Tokyo, Japan
Man walks in an au shop by KDDI Corp. in Tokyo
A man walks in an au shop by Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. in Tokyo December 1, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X52
January 27, 2009
A woman walks past a show window of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. outside an...
Tokyo, Japan
Woman walks past a show window of KDDI Corp. outside an electronic shop in Tokyo
A woman walks past a show window of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. outside an electronic shop in Tokyo November 28, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X51
January 27, 2009
The logo of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. is seen at its headquarters in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Logo of KDDI Corp. is seen at its headquarters in Tokyo
The logo of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. is seen at its headquarters in Tokyo November 28, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X50
January 27, 2009
The headquarters of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. is seen in Tokyo November...
Tokyo, Japan
Headquarters of KDDI Corp. is seen in Tokyo
The headquarters of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. is seen in Tokyo November 28, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X4X
January 27, 2009
The headquarters of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. is seen in Tokyo November...
Tokyo, Japan
Headquarters of KDDI Corp. is seen in Tokyo
The headquarters of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. is seen in Tokyo November 28, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X4U
January 27, 2009
The headquarters of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. is seen in Tokyo November...
Tokyo, Japan
Headquarters of KDDI Corp. is seen in Tokyo
The headquarters of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. is seen in Tokyo November 28, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X4Q
January 27, 2009
A man walks past a signboard of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. at its headquarters...
Tokyo, Japan
Man walks past a signboard of KDDI Corp. at its headquarters in Tokyo
A man walks past a signboard of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. at its headquarters in Tokyo November 28, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR23X4P
January 27, 2009
A man walks past a signboard of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. at its headquarters...
Tokyo, Japan
Man walks past a signboard of KDDI Corp. at its headquarters in Tokyo
A man walks past a signboard of Japan's second-biggest mobile phone operator KDDI Corp. at its headquarters in Tokyo November 28, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (JAPAN)
DOCOMO-RESULTS/
RTR1WF6Y
January 29, 2008
People look at show windows of Japan's biggest mobile phone operator NTT DoCoMo Inc (R) and second biggest...
Tokyo, Japan
People look at show windows of Japan's mobile phone operators NTT DoCoMo Inc and KDDI Corp outside a...
People look at show windows of Japan's biggest mobile phone operator NTT DoCoMo Inc (R) and second biggest operator KDDI Corp outside a home appliance retailer in Tokyo January 29, 2008. NTT DoCoMo Inc said on Tuesday its quarterly profit rose 35 percent on lower costs to sell handsets, and it stuck to its full-year forecast for a small profit gain. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1S5SO
July 23, 2007
A man looks at an electronic board displaying share prices in Tokyo July 23, 2007. Japan's Nikkei average...
Tokyo, Japan
Man looks at electronic board displaying share prices in Tokyo
A man looks at an electronic board displaying share prices in Tokyo July 23, 2007. Japan's Nikkei average sank 1.07 percent to its lowest close in nearly four weeks on Monday with exporters down on a stronger yen, while mobile carrier KDDI Corp. and its rivals fell on concern about price competition. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1S5SM
July 23, 2007
A woman looks at an electronic board displaying share prices in Tokyo July 23, 2007. Japan's Nikkei average...
Tokyo, Japan
Woman looks at electronic board displaying share prices in Tokyo
A woman looks at an electronic board displaying share prices in Tokyo July 23, 2007. Japan's Nikkei average sank 1.07 percent to its lowest close in nearly four weeks on Monday with exporters down on a stronger yen, while mobile carrier KDDI Corp. and its rivals fell on concern about price competition. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO
RTR1FW3A
July 28, 2006
A man talking on mobile phone walks past NTT DoCoMo, Japan's biggest mobile phone operator, shop in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Man talking on mobile phone walks past NTT DoCoMo shop in Tokyo
A man talking on mobile phone walks past NTT DoCoMo, Japan's biggest mobile phone operator, shop in Tokyo July 28, 2006. NTT DoCoMo posted a 5.2 percent dip in quarterly operating profit on Friday amid fierce competition with rival KDDI Corp., and it maintained its forecast for a small drop in full-year profits. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
TELECOMS JAPAN NTTDOCOMO
RTR1FW39
July 28, 2006
A man walks out from NTT DoCoMo, Japan's biggest mobile phone operator, shop in Tokyo July 28, 2006....
Tokyo, Japan
Man walks out from NTT DoCoMo shop in Tokyo
A man walks out from NTT DoCoMo, Japan's biggest mobile phone operator, shop in Tokyo July 28, 2006. NTT DoCoMo posted a 5.2 percent dip in quarterly operating profit on Friday amid fierce competition with rival KDDI Corp., and it maintained its forecast for a small drop in full-year profits. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
BIZFEATURE GADGETS
RTR1FN7B
July 19, 2006
KDDI Corp's new Walkman brand music phone, made by Sony Ericsson, is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo...
Las Vegas, USA
To match story BIZFEATURE GADGETS
KDDI Corp's new Walkman brand music phone, made by Sony Ericsson, is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo in this file photo from May 22, 2006. In recent weeks, leading consumer electronics companies like Panasonic, Sony Corp. and Nokia have trotted out everything from handheld navigation systems to kitchen floor-cleaning robots to try to win their slice of a global market estimated at $135 billion. To match story BIZFEATURE GADGETS REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa/Files (UNITED STATES)
ONODERA
RTXORLX
June 26, 2006
KDDI Corporation President and Chairman Tadashi Onodera speaks to reporters during a joint news conference...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI Corporation President and Chairman Tadashi Onodera speaks to reporters during a joint news conf.....
KDDI Corporation President and Chairman Tadashi Onodera speaks to reporters during a joint news conference with BT Global Services Chief Executive Officer and BT Group Plc executive board member Andy Green (not pictured) in Tokyo June 26, 2006. [KDDI Corp., Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, and BT Group Plc said on Monday, they will form a venture to provide and manage communication networks for Japanese companies operating globally.]
GREEN
RTXORLW
June 26, 2006
BT Global Services Chief Executive Officer and BT Group Plc executive board member Andy Green takes a...
Tokyo, Japan
BT Global Services Chief Executive Officer and BT Group Plc executive board member Andy Green takes .....
BT Global Services Chief Executive Officer and BT Group Plc executive board member Andy Green takes a seat at a joint news conference with KDDI Corporation President and Chairman [Tadashi Onodera] in Tokyo June 26, 2006. [KDDI Corp., Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, and BT Group Plc said on Monday, they will form a venture to provide and manage communication networks for Japanese companies operating globally.]
JAPAN
RTXORLV
June 26, 2006
BT Global Services Chief Exective Officer and BT Group Plc exective board member Andy Green (L) shakes...
Tokyo, Japan
BT Global Services Chief Exective Officer and BT Group Plc exective board member Andy Green (L) shak.....
BT Global Services Chief Exective Officer and BT Group Plc exective board member Andy Green (L) shakes hands with KDDI Corporation President and Chairman Tadashi Onodera during their joint news conference in Tokyo June 26, 2006. [KDDI Corp., Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, and BT Group Plc said on Monday, they will form a venture to provide and manage communication networks for Japanese companies operating globally.]
TELECOMS KDDI BT
RTR1EVPF
June 26, 2006
BT Global Services Chief Executive Officer and BT Group Plc executive board member Andy Green speaks...
Tokyo, Japan
BT Global Services CEO Green speaks to reporters during joint news conference in Tokyo
BT Global Services Chief Executive Officer and BT Group Plc executive board member Andy Green speaks to reporters during a joint news conference with KDDI Corporation President and Chairman Tadashi Onodera (not pictured) in Tokyo June 26, 2006. KDDI Corp., Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, and BT Group Plc said on Monday, they will form a venture to provide and manage communication networks for Japanese companies operating globally. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
TELECOMS KDDI BT
RTR1EVPD
June 26, 2006
KDDI Corporation President and Chairman Tadashi Onodera speaks to reporters during a joint news conference...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI Corporation President and Chairman Tadashi Onodera speaks to reporters during a joint news conference...
KDDI Corporation President and Chairman Tadashi Onodera speaks to reporters during a joint news conference with BT Global Services Chief Executive Officer and BT Group Plc executive board member Andy Green (not pictured) in Tokyo June 26, 2006. KDDI Corp., Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, and BT Group Plc said on Monday, they will form a venture to provide and manage communication networks for Japanese companies operating globally. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
TELECOMS KDDI BT
RTR1EVP1
June 26, 2006
BT Global Services Chief Executive Officer and BT Group Plc executive board member Andy Green takes a...
Tokyo, Japan
BT Global Services CEO Green takes seat at joint news conference with KDDI President Onodera in Tokyo...
BT Global Services Chief Executive Officer and BT Group Plc executive board member Andy Green takes a seat at a joint news conference with KDDI Corporation President and Chairman Tadashi Onodera in Tokyo June 26, 2006. KDDI Corp., Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, and BT Group Plc said on Monday, they will form a venture to provide and manage communication networks for Japanese companies operating globally. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
TELECOMS KDDI BT
RTR1EVP0
June 26, 2006
BT Global Services Chief Exective Officer and BT Group Plc exective board member Andy Green (L) talks...
Tokyo, Japan
BT Global Services CEO Green talks with KDDI Corporation President and Chairman Onodera during joint...
BT Global Services Chief Exective Officer and BT Group Plc exective board member Andy Green (L) talks with KDDI Corporation President and Chairman Tadashi Onodera during their joint news conference in Tokyo June 26, 2006. KDDI Corp., Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, and BT Group Plc said on Monday, they will form a venture to provide and manage communication networks for Japanese companies operating globally. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
TELECOMS KDDI BT
RTR1EVOZ
June 26, 2006
BT Global Services Chief Exective Officer and BT Group Plc exective board member Andy Green (L) shakes...
Tokyo, Japan
BT Global Services CEO Green shakes hands with KDDI President Onodera in Tokyo
BT Global Services Chief Exective Officer and BT Group Plc exective board member Andy Green (L) shakes hands with KDDI Corporation President and Chairman Tadashi Onodera during their joint news conference in Tokyo June 26, 2006. KDDI Corp., Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, and BT Group Plc said on Monday, they will form a venture to provide and manage communication networks for Japanese companies operating globally. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
TELECOMS SONY KDDI
RTR1DME3
May 22, 2006
KDDI Corp's new water resistant mobile phone G'zOne W42CA undergoes a demonstration at an unveiling in...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI's new water resistant phone undergoes demonstration in Tokyo
KDDI Corp's new water resistant mobile phone G'zOne W42CA undergoes a demonstration at an unveiling in Tokyo May 22, 2006. The phone is one of the seven new handset models to be launched by KDDI in June, aiming to attract customers as the industry faces a possible increase in competition. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
TELECOMS SONY KDDI
RTR1DME1
May 22, 2006
KDDI Corp's new Walkman brand music phone (R) and water and impact resistant phone are displayed at an...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI's new mobile phones are displayed in Tokyo
KDDI Corp's new Walkman brand music phone (R) and water and impact resistant phone are displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo May 22, 2006. KDDI, Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, said on Monday that it plans to launch the music phone, developed by Sony Ericsson, in Japan in June for about 20,000 yen ($179). REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
TELECOMS SONY KDDI
RTR1DMDY
May 22, 2006
KDDI Corp's new water resistant mobile phone G'zOne W42CA undergoes a demonstration at an unveiling in...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI's new water resistant phone undergoes demonstration at unveiling in Tokyo
KDDI Corp's new water resistant mobile phone G'zOne W42CA undergoes a demonstration at an unveiling in Tokyo May 22, 2006. The phone is one of the seven new handset models to be launched by KDDI in June, aiming to attract customers as the industry faces a possible increase in competition. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
TELECOMS SONY KDDI
RTR1DMD8
May 22, 2006
KDDI Corp's new Walkman brand music phone made by Sony Ericsson is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI's new Walkman brand music phone is displayed in Tokyo
KDDI Corp's new Walkman brand music phone made by Sony Ericsson is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo May 22, 2006. KDDI, Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, said on Monday that it plans to launch the phone, which has a playback time of about 30 hours, in Japan in June. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
TELECOMS SONY KDDI
RTR1DMD6
May 22, 2006
KDDI Corp's new Walkman brand music phone made by Sony Ericsson is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI's new Walkman brand music phone is displayed in Tokyo
KDDI Corp's new Walkman brand music phone made by Sony Ericsson is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo May 22, 2006. KDDI, Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, said on Monday that it plans to launch the phone, which has a playback time of about 30 hours, in Japan in June. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
TELECOMS SONY KDDI
RTR1DMD5
May 22, 2006
KDDI Corp's new Walkman brand music phone, made by Sony Ericsson, is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
KDDI's new Walkman brand music phone is displayed in Tokyo
KDDI Corp's new Walkman brand music phone, made by Sony Ericsson, is displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo May 22, 2006. KDDI, Japan's second-largest telecoms operator, said on Monday that it plans to launch the phone, which has a playback time of about 30 hours, in Japan in June. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
TELECOM JAPAN DOCOMO
RTR1D9MC
May 11, 2006
NTT DoCoMo employees display their company's new FOMA 902 series mobile phones during an event in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
NTT DoCoMo Employees display new mobile phones in Tokyo
NTT DoCoMo employees display their company's new FOMA 902 series mobile phones during an event in Tokyo May 11, 2006. NTT DoCoMo Inc., Japan's largest mobile phone operator, said on Thursday it would launch a music download service later this year that will allow users to download full music tracks from its i-mode Internet sites, to compete with rival KDDI Corp.'s popular version. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN
RTRLBLL
August 23, 2005
A promoter of Japan's AU KDDI displays a fuel cell for mobile phones jointly developed by AU KDDI and...
Tokyo, Japan
A promoter displays a fuel cell for mobile phones at an emergency goods exhibition in Tokyo.
A promoter of Japan's AU KDDI displays a fuel cell for mobile phones jointly developed by AU KDDI and Hitachi at an emergency goods exhibition in Tokyo August 23, 2005. The fuel cell is powered by methanol. The Tokyo metropolitan government planed the four-day exhibition to disseminate knowledge of disaster prevention. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/CN
JAPAN
RTRLBLG
August 23, 2005
A promoter of Japan's AU KDDI displays a fuel cell for mobile phones jointly developed by AU KDDI and...
Tokyo, Japan
A promoter displays a fuel cell for mobile phones at an emergency goods exhibition in Tokyo.
A promoter of Japan's AU KDDI displays a fuel cell for mobile phones jointly developed by AU KDDI and Hitachi at an emergency goods exhibition in Tokyo August 23, 2005. The fuel cell is powered by methanol. The Tokyo metropolitan government planed the four-day exhibition to disseminate knowledge of disaster prevention. PP05090166 REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/CN
HITACHI
RTXN6VI
January 21, 2005
A model displays a methanol solution cartridge and a prototype of a power supply for mobile phones using...
Tokyo, Japan
A model displays a methanol solution cartridge and a prototype of a power supply for mobile phones u.....
A model displays a methanol solution cartridge and a prototype of a power supply for mobile phones using direct methanol fuel cell developed by Hitachi Ltd and au, KDDI's main mobile phone unit, at the International Fuel Cell Expo in Tokyo January 21, 2005. According to Hitachi, the prototype is capable of generating enough power for about two to three hours of voice communication and viewing television using the 5cc methanol solution.
HITACHI
RTXN6VH
January 21, 2005
A model displays a prototype of a power supply for mobile phones using direct methanol fuel cell developed...
Tokyo, Japan
A model displays a prototype of a power supply for mobile phones using direct methanol fuel cell dev.....
A model displays a prototype of a power supply for mobile phones using direct methanol fuel cell developed by Hitachi Ltd and au, KDDI's main mobile phone unit, at the International Fuel Cell Expo in Tokyo January 21, 2005. According to Hitachi, the prototype is capable of generating enough power for about two to three hours of voice communication and viewing television using the 5cc methanol solution.
JAPAN
RTRL5DH
January 21, 2005
A model displays a cartridge of a methanol solution and a power supply for mobile phones using direct...
Tokyo, Japan
A model displays a cartridge of a methanol solution and a power supply for mobile phones using direct...
A model displays a cartridge of a methanol solution and a power supply for mobile phones using direct methanol fuel cell is displayed in Tokyo. A model displays a methanol solution cartridge and a prototype of a power supply for mobile phones using direct methanol fuel cell developed by Hitachi Ltd and au, KDDI's main mobile phone unit, at the International Fuel Cell Expo in Tokyo January 21, 2005. According to Hitachi, the prototype is capable of generating enough power for about two to three hours of voice communication and viewing television using the 5cc methanol solution. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
JAPAN
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January 21, 2005
A model displays a prototype of a power supply for mobile phones using direct methanol fuel cell is displayed...
Tokyo, Japan
A model displays a prototype of a power supply for mobile phones using direct methanol fuel cell is ......
A model displays a prototype of a power supply for mobile phones using direct methanol fuel cell is displayed at the International Fuel Cell Expo in Tokyo. A model displays a prototype of a power supply for mobile phones using direct methanol fuel cell developed by Hitachi Ltd and au, KDDI's main mobile phone unit, at the International Fuel Cell Expo in Tokyo January 21, 2005. According to Hitachi, the prototype is capable of generating enough power for about two to three hours of voice communication and viewing television using the 5cc methanol solution. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
TUKA
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December 10, 2004
An employee of TUKA-Cellular, a unit of KDDI Corp., shows off the company's mobile phone with just a...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee of TUKA-Cellular, a unit of KDDI Corp., shows off the company's mobile phone with just a.....
An employee of TUKA-Cellular, a unit of KDDI Corp., shows off the company's mobile phone with just a keypad and an on-off switch, aimed at attracting older users who find the average cellphone too complicated to use, in Tokyo in this picture taken December 9, 2004. [Japan's mobile phone operators are now making a clear effort to target Japan's rapidly ageing population that sometimes appears befuddled -- and turned off -- by all the high-tech gadgetry associated with the cell phone. Picture taken December 9, 2004.]
TELECOMS JAPAN PHONES
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December 09, 2004
An employee of TUKA-Cellular, a unit of KDDI Corp., shows the company's mobile phone with just a keypad...
Japan
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An employee of TUKA-Cellular, a unit of KDDI Corp., shows the company's mobile phone with just a keypad and an on-off switch aimed at attracting older users who find the average cellphone too complicated to use in Tokyo December 9, 2004. Japan's mobile phone operators are now making a clear effort to target Japan's rapidly ageing population that sometimes appears befuddled - and turned off - by all the high-tech gadgetry associated with the cell phone. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE TELECOMS-JAPAN-PHONES REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/FA
TELECOMS JAPAN PHONES
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December 09, 2004
An employee of TUKA-Cellular, a unit of KDDI Corp., shows off the company's mobile phone with just a...
Japan
An employee of TUKA-Cellular, a unit of KDDI Corp., shows off the company's mobile phone in Tokyo.
An employee of TUKA-Cellular, a unit of KDDI Corp., shows off the company's mobile phone with just a keypad and an on-off switch, aimed at attracting older users who find the average cellphone too complicated to use, in Tokyo in this picture taken December 9, 2004. Japan's mobile phone operators are now making a clear effort to target Japan's rapidly ageing population that sometimes appears befuddled - and turned off - by all the high-tech gadgetry associated with the cell phone. Picture taken December 9, 2004. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
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