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Sharp Free Form Display In Different Form Factors

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] In June this year, we did make mention of Sharp’s Free Form Display – which has been described to be a new kind of technology which is based on IGZO technology that incidentally belongs to Sharp as well. These Free Form Displays...

Kyocera Bio Edge Conceptual Smartphone Form Factor

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] If there is one thing that is good about concepts, it would be the fact that concepts throws away most, if not all of the traditional limitations that are associated with the natural laws – breaking new ground, and then working on a...

Kyocera Gibbon Gives Parents Peace Of Mind

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] In this day and age, hearing about little children getting lost or kidnapped, or even worse done to them have become so commonplace, that it is no longer that shocking of a news as we all become numb to it. Having said that, what can parents...

Multi Layer Interaction From Elliptic Labs (Action Shots)

10/06/2014, Earlier this evening, we brought you a video of the Multi Layer Interaction from Elliptic Labs, and this time around, you can check out the photo gallery of it. Basically, Multi Layer Interaction works this way. Let us say that your handset happens to be...

Kyocera Duo Smartwatch Concept

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] When it comes to the world of smartwatches, the list of available models might not be as comprehensive as that of the smartphone world, but you can be sure that it is growing to hit the stage where it is dime a dozen, so to speak. While the...

Mitsumi Delivers Focus-Free Wearable Display

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] When it comes to wearable eyewear, there are quite a number of players out there in the market, but it does look as though Google Glass is well ahead of the game – partly because of the company’s presence in countries all over...

Dancing Velociraptor Shows Off Slick Dance Moves

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 201] Nothing makes a louder statement than that of a robot, and when you have fleshed out the robot in the form of a dinosaur – a velociraptor in this particular instance, you would then have quite a popular character on your hands. TE...

TDK Works On Wireless Power Transfer Technology

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] Earlier this April, TDK announced that they will be working alongside US-based WiTricity Corporation after getting into a licensing agreement with the latter where wireless power transfer technology is concerned. The whole idea of that...

Ring Device Lets You Gesture Your Way Through An Interface

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] The evolution of the user interface on mobile devices is an interesting one, where it first started off with physical, tactile buttons that we pressed, so much so that many of us became adept at typing out an entire text message correctly,...

SynapSensor Revealed By LAPIS Semiconductor

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] LAPIS Semiconductor is currently parading the SynapSensor on the CEATEC 2014 showfloor, where it has jumped on the Internet of Things (IoT) bandwagon by developing the SynapSensor. Just what is the SynapSensor? It will work on the 920MHz...

Kyocera Brigadier Brings Sapphire Glass Goodness To CEATEC 2014

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] This might be a bit ho-hum among the masses over in the U.S., as the Kyocera Brigadier has already been released on Verizon at the end of July this year, delivering some sapphire glass (or rather, it is called the Sapphire Shield over in...

16Lab Has The (Computer) Ring To Rule Them All

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] There is just something alluring about wearing a ring, as men who are in love try as far as possible to adhere to the 2-month or 3-month salary rule to purchase an engagement ring for the one they love, while fictional stories point to the...

TDK Heat-Assisted Magnetic Recording Boosts HDD Capacity (HAMR)

10/03/2013, At CEATEC Japan, TDK was demonstrating HAMR (heat-assisted magnetic recording), a technology designed to dramatically increase the data density of mechanical hard drives. Hard drives are typically limited by how much bits of information they can safely...