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Fujitsu Image Sensor Recognizes Patient Status Via Image Sensor

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] There is nothing quite like having technology do its bit for society and the world at large. Fujitsu has had its fair share of innovations over at this year’s edition of CEATEC, and one of the technologies developed could prove to be...

Mitsubishi Satellites Set To Make Life Better…For Everyone

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] Sending a satellite into space is definitely a huge achievement for any nation, and Japan is an old hand at this particular endeavor. In fact, thanks to the likes of Mitsubishi Electric who have come up with their fair share of satellites,...

Pigment-Based Solar Cells Makes Renewable Energy More Chic

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] While the use of solar panels does benefit the environment in a variety of ways, it is worth noting that there is always a better way of getting things done. In this particular case, the engineers over at Aikin Seiki (the very same people...

CEATEC 2014 Innovation Awards Winners’ List

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] Never mind typhoon Phanfone which thankfully passed over Tokyo a day before CEATEC 2014 kicked off officially for the masses, although some of us judges had train troubles getting to the cavernous Makuhari Messe. Still, come hell or high...

ROHM Shows Off USB Power Delivery System

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] What kind of devices can your USB port power? Sure, some of them will be able to handle the likes of a tablet, while most of them ought to be able to juice up a smartphone without any issue at all. Well, ROHM intends to change the landscape...

Technics Reference System R1 Series Delivers Booming Audio

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] Bigger isn’t necessarily better, but this does not mean that the re-invigoration of the Technics brand is less than welcome, especially when they have put forward their best foot in the form of the R1 Reference System. What makes it all...

Sharp IR Color Night Vision Camera

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] When we talk about night vision, most of the time it will involve something that is just black and white, but where Sharp is concerned at this year’s CEATEC, they have certainly outdone themselves with the introduction of their new Sharp...

DoCoMo Arrows Tab F-03G Spotted At CEATEC 2014

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] I do wonder whether there is a reason for Japanese companies to come up with really complex naming conventions for their products, perhaps it is to reflect the kind of complex technologies that lie within? The DoCoMo Arrows Tab F-03G looks...

Fujitsu Vehicle ICT Intends To Make Driving Safer

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] They say never to reinvent the wheel, which is a good idea since I would not like to drive around on square-shaped wheels for sure. Having said that, what other aspects of a car could change to make our lives easier and safer while we are on...

Denso X-Mobility – Worth Delivering Beer To You

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] So, the rest of the household is not really that keen on you barking orders to the rest of the family members to bring you a cold one from time to time, as you would only do so for yourself whenever there is a break in the game. Perhaps it...

Denso Den-Oute Kun Robot Arm Handles Shogi Matches With Aplomb

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] We have seen our fair share of robots over here at CEATEC this year, and while some of them are more meant for promotional purposes than being practical, others, like the Den-Oute Kun from Denso, happens to have a decent reason for existing....

Fujitsu Ultra-Thin Lithium Batteries See Action In Credit Cards

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] The humble and ubiquitous credit card has seen some advancements in the past, having moved on from the magnetic strip to include a smart chip on it that makes the entire credit card more secure as well as convenient for both vendors and...

Panasonic Lumix GH4 Delivers 4K Video Recording Capability

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] Yes, the world is definitely moving in the direction of 4K when it comes to video, although the initial “wow” factor from the quality jump is not as stark as say, video CD to DVD, or even DVD to Full HD. Perhaps we have seen a fair...