When it comes to judging sports, there have been numerous systems developed over the years to help humans come to certain decisions. For example, slow-motion/instant replay camera systems have been created so that certain moments can be viewed again to determine if a play was a foul or if it was legit, and so on.
Topre is a brand that occupies a rather special place in the mechanical keyboard community. While not technically considered a mechanical keyboard, many enthusiasts do seem particularly fond of the company’s mechanism as it provides a very unique typing experience that can’t seem to be mimicked no matter how hard switch makers seem to be trying.While Topre’s switches might probably be best known for being used in the Happy Hacking […]
Keyboards come in a variety of sizes, and for the most part, many of you would probably be familiar with the full-sized version that comes bundled with most computers, and is what you would typically find in a computer store or online. Then there are also the tenkeyless keyboards that some manufacturers offer that does away with the numpad in favor of a smaller design.However if you were to dive […]
In the mechanical keyboard community, there are a handful of keyboards that are revered by the community in general. Some of those keyboards include the Happy Hacking Keyboard (HHKB) and the Topre REALFORCE keyboards, both of which originate from Japan and can be a bit tricky trying to source it in the US.
Lenovo is one of the biggest PC vendors on the planet and the company is taking steps to ensure that it claims the throne. Lenovo has reported its biggest quarterly rise in revenue since 2015 and it has also revealed that it’s acquiring a controlling stake in Fujitsu’s PC business. It’s spending a significant amount of money to purchase a controlling stake in the division.
When it comes to the PC, back in 2001-2005, Fujitsu used to be one of the main players as far as PC vendors are concerned. Fast forward to today, Fujitsu does not even make it into the top 6, which is why it is understandable that the company could be looking for some help with its PC business.
There’s a new report which claims that Lenovo is interested in spending quite a bit of money on Fujitsu’s PC business. The Chinese giant is already the largest computer vendor in the world and if this acquisition takes place it’s going to further consolidate its position at the top of the global PC market. Nothing has been confirmed as yet but there are whispers that talks are taking place between […]
[CEATEC 2016] Have you ever tried communicating with someone who speaks a different language? There are translation apps available, but sometimes typing out the words can be slow, not to mention having to wait for them to be translated can also be slow. Ultimately this results in a bit of awkwardness with both parties standing around waiting for a translation.
[CEATEC 2016] Hearing aids are a dime a dozen and they’re not exactly new tech either, but that doesn’t mean that it could still be improved upon, and nor does it mean that its design has been perfected. Granted there have been many improvements made to sensitivity, features, and size, but Fujitsu thinks that there might be a better way.
[CEATEC 2016] Interfacing with a computer can feel rather “cold”. Unless your focus is on 100% efficiency, you know that there’s nothing that can beat the human touch when it comes to customer service. This is particularly evident in industries like Japan where they are famous for their level of customer service.
[CEATEC 2016] With our smartphones becoming more capable than ever, it is no surprise that our phones these days can also be used to make payments for goods and services. We have services such as Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Android Pay, and more, but if there’s one thing they all have in common, is that they rely on biometric security.
When a criminal is on the run, there are so many possibilities in which they can escape. They can escape via a car, via public transport, via foot. They can head down on road, or they can try and escape through the back roads and alleys, and so on. Given the number of law enforcement, it would be pretty hard to try to spread out the entire force over an […]
It’s no secret that PC sales have suffered massive declines over the past few quarter. Recently three of the biggest PC manufacturers entered into merger discussions to present a united front and plug the declining sales. If an arrangement was reached it would have seen Vaio, Toshiba and Fujitsu join forces, but according to a new report the big three of the PC industry might not merge after all.
When you think of laptops, you might think of brands like Lenovo, HP, Dell, or Apple. While brands like Toshiba, Fujitsu, and Vaio were more popular back in the day, it’s pretty obvious that these companies have taken a backseat to the abovementioned brands in today’s market, so much so that a rumor about merging their operations has surfaced.