Jun 9, 2012 ... While these barriers don't exist today, 59 percent of Japanese households still
keep fax machines around, and the Post questions whether the ...
While some of the world's most advanced technology can be found in Japan, one
pre-Internet item -- the fax machine -- doesn't seem to be going anywhere ...
Jun 29, 2015 ... I can't simply open and account online or do a transaction online in Japan like I ...
lives in Cambodia, when I told him about the fax he couldn't stop laughing. ...
Computer bugs do not bother fax machines and the possibility of ...
Jul 31, 2012 ... Fax machines gather dust in parts of the world, consigned to history since the rise
of email. Yet in Japan, a country with a hi-tech reputation, the ...
Nov 3, 2015 ... Japan has a reputation for being obsessed by robots and electronic gadgets, ...
stores for office use, along with fax machines - remember them?
Feb 13, 2013 ... Last year alone, Japanese households bought 1.7 million of the old-style fax
machines, which print documents on slick, glossy paper spooled ...
May 15, 2013 ... But while single-function fax machines fall under the category of “tech dinosaur”
... “There are still plenty of fax machines out there,” he says. ..... worst-selling
console if you're not counting the 1977 Japan-only Color TV-Game.
Jul 17, 2013 ... Despite Tokyo being a global hub city, you can't get everything you want. silk-milk
... Fax machines are a normal means of communication.
Oct 23, 2013 ... Everyday Usability in Japan (Part 1) ... From ticket machines to toilets, every time I
travel somewhere for the first ... Japan FAX Machine Culture ... of sensor to stop
people going through without submitting their card ... For example, in Berlin, in
the public bus system (and perhaps the metro as well, I can't qui...
Dec 15, 2015 ... Since there are many different manufacturers of fax machines, and those ... or
other alternatives to faxing, the devices can't be 'phased out.' Network operators
may decide to stop honoring fax transmission ... You might enjoy this New York
Times article: In Japan, the Fax Machine Is Anything but a Relic.