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A week in tech, September 5-11

A roundup of all the latest tech news.
Japan

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ò Japan is setting up a project to counter what it perceives to be the global dominance of Google and other foreign Internet services. According to the director of the information service industry of the countryÆs ministry of trade, JapanÆs competitiveness can still be found in its core technology even as it needs to create a new value-added service. The Japanese project is comprised of 10 partnerships, each tasked with a specific next-generation search function. Under the alliance, the government has partnered NTT Data with Toyota InfoTechnology Center and Toyota Mapmaster to create an interactive, personalized car navigation system. The other alliances have put together NEC, Hitachi and Sony Computer Science...
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