Japan Deems Two Reactors Safe
Tokyo said two nuclear reactors in western Japan were safe to restart, a major step toward bringing idled plants back online.
Ooyala Sets Up R&D Center In Singapore To Chase Mobile Audiences In Asia
Video services provider Ooyala is setting up an R&D operations in Singapore, and is hiring researchers and data scientists for the facility. The company provides video technology to media companies and telcos, enabling them to stream their content online such as the Australian Open, or helping ESPN embed videos in tweets.It claims to have a collective viewership of about 200 million across 130 countries each month. Ooyala has had a small staff of four in Singapore since last year, but the new facility will bump up its presence here to about 20 when it’s operational in 2014, said CEO, Jay Fulcher. The center here will focus on researching localized products for Asia, as the company expands outside of the US. Ooyala will keep its core engineering team in Mountain View, where most of its 300 staff are. It also maintains offices in Sydney, Tokyo, LA, New York and London, with teams of about ten in each of them. Fulcher wouldn’t say how much the company is ploughing into the center here, ...
High Level of Radioactive Strontium Found in Groundwater Near Fukishima Plant
Tokyo Electric Power said it had found strontium-90 at 30 times Japan’s safety limit in groundwater, raising concerns that its storage tanks are leaking contaminated water.
Japan finds highly toxic strontium in Fukushima groundwater
TOKYO - High levels of toxic strontium-90 have been found in groundwater at the devastated Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan, the utility that operates the facility said on Wednesday
Found 11 hours ago on channel Reuters
Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Tour
More than two years after Japan's nuclear disaster, damaged vehicles, twisted metal and other debris remain strewn about Tokyo Electric Power Company's Fukushima Daiichi power plant.
BOJ Member 'Keeping Close Eye' on Volatility
Recent tumbles in the Tokyo stock market and a rise in the yen warrant close monitoring, warned a Bank of Japan policy member Thursday, adding that the central bank is not considering an abrupt end to easing measures.