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Panasonic brings back high-spec audio brand, Technics
The top-end audio range of headphones, speakers and turntables return to New Zealand.
Japan rolls out more facial recognition gates at airports
More airports around Japan will soon be rolling out automated facial recognition gates for travellers passing through immigration and passport control.
Toyota & Panasonic to create 'connected towns' in Japan
Panasonic and Toyota have plans to create ‘smart towns’ across Japan, where transport, homes and services are all connected. Here’s a quick look at what they’re planning.
Google certifies Panasonic rugged devices for enterprise
The Toughbook T1 and N1 handhelds meet all requirements for Google’s rugged Android certification.
Panasonic’s home security system aims to automate safety
Panasonic offers a range of smart home security products that aim to automate every aspect of home security.
Trend Micro & Panasonic launch mission to advance connected car security
The two companies aim to thwart cyber risks that jeopardise connected car safety - particularly security in ECUs and infotainment systems.
Panasonic claims stake in smart energy management with Schneider Electric deal
The system also features plug and play technology to reduce installation time, or can be installed as a part of a standalone system.
Panasonic appoints Christopher Larson as sales engineer
Larson will be instrumental in building and maintaining strong relationships with key business partners such as Panasonic’s distribution network.
Panasonic continues business transformation initiative with TCS
Panasonic, headquartered in Kadoma, Japan, has successfully transformed its indirect procurement function using TCS’ ERP on Cloud solution.
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Could OLED really be the future of television?
Next-gen OLED technology combined with cutting-edge image processing create the most impressive picture quality on a TV yet...
Panasonic releases new rugged device for the real world
“Our entire family of Toughbook and Toughpad products are engineered to meet the real-world demands our customers face on a daily basis."
20th Century Fox and Samsung team-up to change how we experience TV
“We are committed to making the latest technology available in our TVs..."
Robotic exoskeletons could be key to ensuring athlete safety
“The suit lends power in a very natural way, so I was able to pick up the heavy plates easily...”
Robot prepares to make 1,000 metre vertical climb in Norway
"I’m looking forward to accomplishing our greatest challenge yet through leveraging and maximising our past experiences.”
Photo gallery: Panasonic's top Australian channel partners crowned
Total Communications has taken out Panasonic and CommsPlus Distribution's top partner awards, with Nexgen and Commander Centre among the winners.
Panasonic disties eye expanded opportunities from new Toughpad
New Panasonic tablet expands market opportunities for local resellers, say local distributors.
Who is leading the security-as-a-service market? Find out here
The top 5 vendors for the security-as-a-service space have been revealed, with analysts Technavio outlining who is best contributing to market growth.
Nexgen scoops up Panasonic awards
Nexgen has taken out two key Panasonic awards on the back of strong sales growth in unified communications.
Hands-on review: Panasonic RP-BTS30 Wings Bluetooth Earphones
Headphones seem to be a dime-a-dozen these days. It's rare to see an innovative set like these Panasonic Wings that we've recently played with.
Panasonic ups spectator viewing pleasure at Brazilian stadium
Panasonic Brazil has installed a digital signage system with 220 Viera TVs at Arena da Baixada so sports and concert fans need never miss the action.
Panasonic puts freeze on data center storage with Facebook technology
Panasonic and Facebook have collaborated on a new 'freeze-ray' cold storage solution they say will reduce data center costs and energy use.
Plan B launches 'world first' cloud archive-as-a-service
Plan B has partnered with Panasonic to develop and launch a cloud archive-as-a-service technology that it says is a world-first innovation.
Sektor goes tough with new Panasonic deal
Sektor has broadened its portfolio with the addition of Panasonic rugged Toughbook laptops and Toughpad tablets.