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Fujitsu Wants To Use Palm Vein Sensors In Place Of Fingerprints

03/09/2014, While fingerprint sensors on smartphones are starting to become more common, especially with the iPhone 5s and the Samsung Galaxy S5 picking up on the trend again, this kind of technology has actually be integrated into other consumer electronics in the...

Fujitsu Prototype Tablet Has Haptic Screen Technology

02/25/2014, [MWC 2014] Before MWC 2014 kicked off this year, we did take a look at a glove-style wearable device, and this time around, it would be a new prototype tablet that sports a touchscreen display which will be able to convey a sense of “slipperiness” or...

Fujitsu Glove-Style Wearable Device

02/20/2014, Now here is a novel idea – how about infusing your glove with enough technology to make it a highly desirable wearable device? This is exactly what the folks over at Fujitsu have done, and their latest glove-style wearable device is one which flirts...

Fujitsu To Expand Raku Raku’s Availability n Europe

12/20/2013, Back in 2012, Fujitsu revealed a device in Japan called the Raku Raku, which was essentially a smartphone targeted towards the elderly. Given that most phones these days seem to focus more on crisp displays and sharp images, we guess in the process we...

Fujitsu Stylistic Q704 Tablet To Arrive In The US For $1,499

12/19/2013, In the US, Fujitsu isn’t a name that comes to mind when thinking about tablets or smartphones, but over in Japan, it’s a whole different story. Well if you’re wondering what all the fuss is about, you might be interested to learn that Fujitsu’s...

Fujitsu QH77/M Waterproof Tablet

10/08/2013, Earlier this morning, we did manage to get a closer look at a couple of Ultrabooks from Japanese manufacturer, Fujitsu, and this time around, here we are with a tablet – the Fujitsu QH77/M. The Fujitsu QH77/M will be a tablet with a twist –...

Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T904 Announced

10/08/2013, Another day, and we have a different notebook to consider purchasing if you happen to be in the market for a new mobile companion. Well, the folks over at Fujitsu have just announced the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T904, which has been described as a 13.3” premium...

Fujitsu LIFEBOOK U904 Ultrabook

10/08/2013, Fujitsu has just added a new member to the LIFEBOOK family, in the form of the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK U904 Ultrabook which will hopefully be able to deliver on its intention of empowering people to achieve their full potential regardless of whether they are at...

Fujitsu FingerLink Merges Virtual With Physical Interaction

10/02/2013, [CEATEC 2013] I am quite sure that many of us are familiar with the fictional Tony Stark’s genius, and his artificial intelligence system at home, J.A.R.V.I.S., along with the kind of fancy computing hardware that can be manipulated using his hands...

Fujitsu Sleepiness Detection Sensor

10/02/2013, [CEATEC 2013] Some folks absolutely love driving, whether it is in the morning or at night, as it offers a rather therapeutic feeling. The thing is, driving is no longer fun whenever you get stuck in a traffic jam, as it would certainly cause your blood...

Fujitsu HumanBridge Deployed In 200 Medical Facilities in Japan

10/02/2013, We previously heard of the Fujitsu HumanBridge in a conceptual form, but since it made noise in 2011, the system has been deployed in about 200 medical facilities to share medical records and documents of patients. Pitched as a medical network,...

Fujitsu Akisai Food And Agriculture Cloud

10/02/2013, [CEATEC 2013] Farming technology has definitely come a long way from the days when man just scattered seeds across ploughed land, waiting and hoping that everything else would go in their favor in order to enjoy a bountiful harvest a few months from now....

Fujitsu F-07E Uses FPC Fingerprint Technology

08/18/2013, What makes the Fujitsu F-07E so special? Well, it so happens to be the first smartphone that will rely on FPC fingerprint technology, and it has been launched by Fujitsu with DoCoMo all over Japan. This might be a Disney-branded smartphone, but make no...