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A week in tech, September 12-18

A round-up of all the latest tech news.
Japan

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ò Google announced that it is looking to hire more engineers in Japan to develop new technologies in one of the most advanced markets for mobile technologies. The move is seen as GoogleÆs strategy to expand its presence abroad, where Google has more than 50 percent of its operations. Google's 7,000 staff around the world is mostly made up of engineers. The company began offering searches in Japan from 2000 and set up its Tokyo office in 2001. It also has its own RD team in Japan. Earlier this year, Google made a venture with KDDI Corp., the country's No.2 phone operator to offer its first search engine and advertisement products...
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