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Fujitsu brings pet care to the cloud

10/01/2012, [CEATEC 2012] So you are absolutely, positively in love with your furkid, and you go with him/her everywhere, shunning places that are not pet-friendly in the process while knowing the location of all the parks in the neighborhood. Perhaps you will like...

Sharp 6.1-inch IGZO display has 498ppi, WQXGA resolution

10/01/2012, [CEATEC 2012] All right, Sharp is really pushing the boundaries when it comes to the resolution count on tiny displays where smartphones and other portable devices are concerned. I am referring to this 6.1″ IGZO display that will carry a phenomenal...

KDDI palm authentication app

10/01/2012, [CEATEC 2012] They say that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, and when it comes to data security in the digital world, you can more or less classify using traditional passwords as archaic. Biometric security has been around for some time...

Sharp 5-inch Igzo Full HD LCD panel

10/01/2012, [CEATEC 2012] Earlier this morning, we talked about Sharp cranking up production of the 5” Full HD LCD panel that will most probably see action in portable devices like smartphones, phablets and perhaps even portable media players. Well, we are at...

Docomo Shabette Robo keeps you in the know

10/01/2012, [CEATEC 2012] Remember the NEC PaPeRo robot that was said to possibly end up in homes this year? Well, it looks like we’re a step closer to seeing that happen. At the moment, it is available as a research prototype for developers but not regular...

Docomo helps commuters with one-handed smartphone/tablet use

10/01/2012, [CEATEC 2012] It is usually frowned upon to talk on the phone when using public transport, but the same can’t be said when it comes to using your phones for other purposes. Well, Docomo has come up with some new ways to help commuters use their...

Docomo works on video-calls for glasses-shaped phones

10/01/2012, [CEATEC 2012] CEATEC 2012 will be home to a number of interesting products and one that has caught our attention is the TV phone glasses prototype from NTT Docomo. Just in case the name of the product throws you off, it’s basically a phone that you...