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Fujitsu Gaze Detection Technology lets you stare and use the PC

10/03/2012, [CEATEC 2012] If you have ever wished that you could stare at your screen all day while it finishes your work for you, it looks like we’re a step closer to that happening. The folks over at Fujitsu have come up with a new technology that can help...

Clarion Next GATE to bring Android support

10/03/2012, [CEATEC 2012] Clarion announced its Next GATE in-car navigation devices earlier this year, but left out a lot of consumers when they decided to make it iPhone-only. However, it looks like that might not be a limitation anymore. At CEATEC 2012, Clarion...

Nissan prototype NSC-2015 demonstrated at CEATEC

10/03/2012, [CEATEC 2012] At CEATEC this year, Nissan unveiled its automated driving vehicle – the NSC-2015, an electric vehicle that can drive itself without anyone behind the wheel. It features a remote monitoring system that recognizes the surrounding...

Robots wields a paint brush masterfully

10/03/2012, [CEATEC 2012] If there is one challenging thing about programming the hand of a robot, it would be the artificial intelligence required for it to figure out just the right amount of pressure to apply to say, an egg, or when it is holding a child, or the...

CEATEC Japan 2012 – Day 1 Round-up

10/02/2012, [CEATEC 2012] We are covering CEATEC, Japan’s largest consumer electronics show, until October 6, and Hubert Nguyen, Ubergizmo’s co-founder, is a judge for the Innovation Awards there. So far, we have seen a number of exciting new technologies from...

Clarion full digital speakers are power savers for your vehicle

10/02/2012, [CEATEC 2012] If you’ve got a nice and loud audio system set up in your car, and you’re looking for a way to keep the same audio output capabilities without the need for an additional car battery – you’re in luck. Clarion recently...

Rohm hydrogen fuel cells are perfect for emergencies

10/02/2012, [CEATEC 2012] At CEATEC this year, there have been quite a lot of trends that many companies seem to be trying to cash in to. Smart homes, wireless charging, and going green. Rohm is no execption. At its exhibition booth, the company showed off its...

Toyota Smart INSECT is aptly named

10/02/2012, [CEATEC 2012] Adding to the list of weird names for products we’ve seen at CEATEC 2012, we’ve now got the Toyota Smart INSECT. However, instead of a six-legged creature as its name implies, we get a fully-electric vehicle with aesthetic...

Fujitsu phone scam detection technology to disrupt scammers

10/02/2012, [CEATEC 2102] In Japan, phone scamming is a regarded as a pretty big issue, but there aren’t a lot of ways to prevent it right now. However, it looks like Fujitsu is currently working on a solution to the problem. For those of you not in the know,...

Toshiba pushes 4K REGZA HDTVs at CEATEC 2012

10/02/2012, At Japan’s biggest technology trade show Toshiba was demonstrating 4K REGZA televisions with a maximum size of 84″. The company was showing content shot in 4K, but also content that was up-scaled (magnified) from a regular 1080p source and...

Murata Electric Walking Assist Car isn’t really a car

10/01/2012, [CEATEC 2012] We’re still a long way off from having self-replaceable, robotic legs but that isn’t stopping companies from trying to pave the way for such technology. Murata is one such company. Back in 2011, the company exhibited a concept...

Pioneer Augmented Reality Heads Up Display

10/01/2012, [CEATEC 2012] So here we are roaming the CEATEC 2012 showfloor, and definitely when you have a potent mix of testosterone with vehicles and technology, the man in us has rolled back the years, where we end up as starry eyed kids. What you see in the video...

Tosy DiscoRobo dancing robot is no legend

10/01/2012, [CEATEC 2012] When it comes to robots mimicking humans, they are still a long way off, although we have gotten close to the uncanny valley in terms of the robot’s outer appearance. Of course, one might start to think whether it is all right for...