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Paw Print Rewind #037

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily recap of the top news headlines.

VW emissions issue extends to another 75K vehicles

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SBT、Office 365 ProPlusの展開を支援するサービス [ #cbajp ]

ソフトバンク・テクノロジー株式会社(SBT)は18日、Office 365 ProPlusの展開支援サービスを提供開始すると発表した。Office 365 ProPlusは、最新版のMicrosft Officeアプリケーションがユーザー単位で提供され、複数のデバイスで利用することができるサブスクリプションライセンス。これを利用すると、Microsoft Officeの最新版を自動的にインストールできるので、社内Officeの標準化やコントロール負荷の低減を実現する。



Ola, now worth $5billion,raises 500 million

Indian Taxi app unicorn Ola, has raised 500 million from a series of new and existing investors.The series F funding was lead by investor Baillie Gifford and existing investors like Tiger Global,Falcon edge, Softbank group and DST global.With this amount Ola has raised a total of $1.4billion from investors.The company plans to use the money to further accelerate in the existing markets and penetrate in more cities and town.The company’s app has already crossed more than 1 million in downloads and has recieved more than 1 billion bookings so far.The company is present in more than 100 cities across India. 172 more words


Tokyo Shinjuku Washington

While I’d like to revisit Australia, United States, and Canada in the near future, Japan is the only country I won’t mind going back to every 2 years. 412 more words


Fans criticize Softbank's anime character live-action phone ads as 'disrespectful'

Last month, SoftBank‘s series of commercials depicting several classic anime characters all grown up premiered. The ads star Kyoko Koizumi (Tokyo Sonata, Hanging Garden) as Usagi Tsukino ( 313 more words


ZTE opens 5G R&D centre in Japan

ZTE has opened a new research and development (R&D) center in Tokyo to focus on the development of 5G and other next-generation network technologies.

The new R&D centre will support ZTE’s partnerships with operators and academic institutions in Japan on the deployment of ZTE’s proprietary pre-5G technology and ongoing research on 4G and 5G mobile communications. 73 more words