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Fujitsu ScanScap S1100 is one tiny scanner

01/25/2011, Fujitsu has announced that they will be showcasing the ScanSnap S1100 at Macworld 2011 this weekend at Macworld 2011. In addition to putting the scanner on display, they will be giving live demonstrations on how it works. In case you didn’t know,...

SuperSpeed USB 3.0 drive to hit 400MB/s?

12/21/2010, USB 3.0 might have been pretty slow in its uptake, but that doesn’t mean the technology isn’t going to just die like that – in fact, we believe that USB 2.0 will be phased out in due time, and 2011 might just mark the year where USB 3.0...

Fujitsu Lifebook T580 arrives in the US at long last

12/21/2010, Fujitsu’s Lifebook T580 has certainly taken its own sweet time in hitting the US market, a few months after it was announced. This 10.1-inch tablet PC is twice as expensive thereabouts compared to a standard convertible netbook, but there is a very...

Fujitsu device obtains juice from light or heat

12/08/2010, Fujitsu intends to remain at the forefront of green technology by churning out a spanking new device which is capable of harnessing juice from light as well as heat. Of course, this is a quantum leap in its technology, since previously it required two...

Fujitsu Showcases Its Tablet PC Prototype, Due In Early 2011

11/26/2010, Fujitsu doesn’t look like it plans to skip the tablet bandwagon anytime soon as the company is busy showing off a new tablet PC prototype at the VISIT 2010 show in Germany this week. Technical details of the tablet weren’t mentioned, but what...

Fujitsu F-03C clamshell phone ready to rock and roll in Japan

11/10/2010, Fujitsu’s latest F-03C clamshell phone is all set to hit the market in Japan, where it will cater to those who are less than careful in the toilet (since it is waterproof), boasting some solid hardware specifications including a 12.2-megapixel...

Fujitsu and Sharp roll out 11 more Symbian phones in Japan

11/09/2010, Don’t write off Symbian just yet, despite the company having some trouble being relevant in the world of smartphones in this day and age. Both Fujitsu and Sharp have introduced another 11 more smartphone models which are powered by the Symbian...

Taiwanese Company Threatens To Sue Apple Over iPad Name

10/28/2010, A struggling Taiwanese company, Proview, is currently threatening to sue Apple for $1.5 billion over the iPad trademark, claiming that an earlier agreement to sell the trademark didn’t include the trademark rights for the Chinese market. Proview...

Fujitsu dual-screen touch smartphone

10/05/2010, [CEATEC 2010] If a dual-monitor setup can improve our productivity with computers (it’s pretty much proven), could it make our smartphones better too? Maybe. Fujitsu has been playing with a dual-display touch phone that aims to make your experience...

Fujitsu has phone prototype, gains Continua certification

10/04/2010, Fujitsu is first off the blocks to roll out a Continua certified handset, albeit it is still in the prototype form. Just what is the Continua Health Alliance? Well, this is a non-profit organization that was established by Intel as well as other companies...

Sony to outsource image sensors to Fujitsu

10/03/2010, Word on the street has it that Sony is currently working on outsourcing some production of image sensors used in digital cameras and cellphones to Fujitsu, where this move was most probabky done in order to cut costs as companies worldwide learn to live...

Fujitsu K computer starts to ship

09/28/2010, Japan’s next-generation supercomputer, known as the K computer, has started to have its modular units shipped by Fujitsu. This supercomputer will be a central part of the High-Performance Computing Infrastructure (HPCI) initiative that is being led...