Here is the daily roundup from Japanese consumer tech and tech business websites for November 12, 2014.
A new Russian law states that on January 1st, 2015 any company who’s devices communicate with the cloud and share that data abroad will be banned.
Microsoft was rumored to be releasing a fitness band called the Microsoft Band early on Wednesday, Microsoft shortly thereafter launched it to the public.
Google has launched its latest mobile effort, Inbox, which promises to reinvent email all over again. Its limited invitation-only scheme is designed to go viral and create demand for the app.
Google Glass supplier reports Google has pulled back from a planned second round of investment.
The secretive VR startup Magic Leap just closed a Series A $542 million round of funding that includes Google, Qualcomm, Legendary Entertainment and more
With Ireland set to plug its “Double Irish” tax loophole by 2015, will multinational tech companies start paying untold billions in taxes annually?