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Fujitsu palm vein sensor is small enough for tablet action

05/21/2012, When it comes to authenticating the user on a mobile device, the most common recourse would be to rely on a password – the more secure, the better, of course. Well, apart from that, facial recognition as well as pattern swipes have been used, but...

Fujifilm FinePix XP170 arrives at the FCC

05/10/2012, Just a couple of days ago, we came across the rugged looking Fujifilm FinePix XP170, where it is said to be able to live out the rough and tumble lifestyle that some of us tend to live during the weekends or during our free time. Well, as we all know,...

Fujitsu Lifebook U722 prototype spotted

05/09/2012, Prototypes are just that – near ready versions which are more or less able to hit the market, although there is always room to perform a few tweaks here and there to get the job done. Well, Fujitsu has come up with the Fujitsu Lifebook U722...

Fujitsu experiments with biometric sensors

05/03/2012, We have already read about a palm-reading ATM machine which delivers a greater level of security compared to the regular PIN number, so it is not surprising to read about how Fujitsu is currently experimenting with biometric sensors, potentially seeing...

Fujitsu develops technology to help detect phone scams

03/22/2012, As much as we’d like to believe that people nowadays are more educated when it comes to scams, you still get the occasional scam victim every now and then, but thanks to Fujitsu and Nagoya University’s efforts, a new technology has been developed that...

Fujitsu M532 tablet hands-on [+video]

03/07/2012, [CeBIT 2012] The Fujitsu M532 tablet briefly appeared in a video in January, but we bumped into it at CeBIT, so this was a great time for a hands-on demo. As you may know, the Fujitsu Stylistic M532 tablet is equipped with a Tegra 3 processor (quad-core)...

Fujitsu Lifebook Premium Ultrabook – hands-on

03/07/2012, [CeBIT 2012] Fujitsu is coming to CeBIT with a new 14-inch Ultrabook prototype that looks very promising. I personally love the design of the red version, it is stylish, elegant and offers high quality build for an amazing light weight (1.5kg – 3.3 lb)...

Fujitsu’s Ultra High Spec Smartphone (Tegra 3)

02/27/2012, [MWC 2012] We stumbled upon this Fujitsu Tegra 3 smartphone prototype, and although we could not boot or use the interface, we snapped some photos and here are our first impressions: it has a very classic look and is pretty much your average Android...

Fujitsu to debut quad-core Android 4.0 smartphone at MWC

02/22/2012, So we know that Fujitsu has their sights set on Europe much like Panasonic, but what will their smartphone offering be? Fujitsu has been keeping this rather hush-hush for now, but thanks to the good folks at Unwired View, it looks like the Japanese...

Fujitsu set sights on Europe with new handsets

02/20/2012, Fujitsu of Japan knows that the world is a global village, and regardless of the continent, there is money to be made – with the right product, of course. Europe’s economy is not exactly in the pink of health at the moment, but that does not...

School to use Windows 7 tablets instead of iPad

02/17/2012, While we know that the iPad seems to be the tablet of choice when it comes to using it for education (universities and schools use it), it looks like it won’t be for the schools in Charlottesville. According to reports online, CCS (Charlottesville...