Japan's Panasonic develops material for artificial photosynthesis

Japanese technology giant Panasonic has developed an electronic material for the first time for artificial photosynthesis with an efficiency higher than plants, the Nikkei daily reported Monday.

IBM leads tech patent filings in 2013, Google accelerates

IBM has retained its patent crown in 2013, while Google climbed to No. 11 in the rankings.

Panasonic starts state-of-the-art football academy in Haryana

Nearly three decades after the inauguration of the much-revered Tata Football Academy, electronics giants Panasonic has set up a state-of-the-art residential football school, similar to the one in Jamshedpur, in Haryana.

Panasonic to sell smartphones: Reports

Japanese electronics maker Panasonic Corp plans to take another stab at the mobile phone business abroad, this time by selling smartphones in Europe.

Panasonic unveils Toughbook CF-53 in India

Japanese electronics major Panasonic today entered the laptop space unveiling their latest offering Toughbook CF-53 targeted at the business to business segment and is priced at Rs 1 lakh.

London 2012 Olympics: Panasonic to broadcast in 3D

The London 2012 Olympics will be the first to be broadcast live in 3D, Japanese electronics giant Panasonic announced.

Panasonic drops game project `Jungle`

The project also appeared to be at odds with President Fumio Ohtsubo`s strategy of pursuing growth.

Panasonic introduces 3-D camcorder for consumers

Panasonic Corp. unveiled the world`s first consumer camcorder to allow anyone to record in 3D.

Panasonic to buy 50.2% stake in Sanyo for USD 4.6 billion

Panasonic Corp said on Thursday it will
take majority control of Sanyo Electric Co in a USD 4.6
billion deal, forging one of the biggest electronics makers in
the world with an edge in green technologies.

Panasonic begins tender offer for Sanyo takeover

Panasonic Corp said Thursday it has begun a tender offer to take over smaller rival Sanyo Electric Co for an estimated 402 billion yen (USD 4.4 billion), moving closer to create one of the world`s biggest electronics makers.

Now a bed-cum-wheelchair to make life easy for elderly

Japan`s Panasonic Corp. has developed a "Robotic Bed" that can transform into a wheelchair to make life easier for elderly and disabled people.

Panasonic plunges into the red; posts 53 bn yen Q1 loss

Japanese electronic major
Panasonic today reported a loss of 52.97 billion yen for the
first quarter ended June 30 primarily due to sluggish demand.