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Japan’s Largest Carrier NTT DoCoMo In Talks To Get The iPhone 5S, 5C? [Report]

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In every country, there’s the holdouts, the also-ran carriers that haven’t inked a deal with Apple and so soldier valiantly on, selling Android and (gasp) Blackberries to their sad clientele. In Japan, this also-ran carrier happens to be the nation’s largest, NTT DoCoMo. But eventually, even the holdouts come around, and shares of NTT DoCoMo are up this morning following reports that Apple is in talks to bring the iPhone to the network.

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NTT DoCoMo Cellphone Battery Charges In Ten Minutes [MWC 2010]

NTT DoCoMo Cellphone Battery Charges In Ten Minutes [MWC 2010]

NTT DoCoMo's battery charges fully in ten minutes

NTT DoCoMo Cellphone Battery Charges In Ten Minutes [MWC 2010]

BARCELONA, MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS 2012 — As ever, NTT DoCoMo has some weird new tech to show off at the Mobile World Congress. This year, it’s a cellphone battery that charges fully in just ten minutes. and if you’re really in a hurry, you can get enough juice to last a couple of hours in just a minute.

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Nissan Announces A New Self-Healing iPhone Case That Repairs Itself From Scratches

Nissan Announces A New Self-Healing iPhone Case That Repairs Itself From Scratches

There are hundreds of thousands of cases out there that promise to protect your beloved iPhone, but the ‘Nissan Scratch Shield’ case is the only one that will self-heal itself when you scratch it thanks to the Japanese company’sĀ pioneering paint technology.

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Apple’s Ban On Carrier ‘Junkware’ Could Cost Largest Japan iPhone Partner

Apple’s Ban On Carrier ‘Junkware’ Could Cost Largest Japan iPhone Partner

For Apple, the iPhone’s clean desktop is simply an extension of its overall minimalist design. While keeping control of what apps appear on the smartphone makes fans of users, forbidding so-called carrier ‘junkware’ could be a deal-breaker for NTT DoCoMo, Japan’s largest wireless provider.

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