Articles about Fujitsu (page 2)

PC Divisions Of Toshiba, Fujitsu, Vaio Rumored To Join Forces
Last year Sony confirmed that they would be selling off its Vaio computing division. Given that there are so many PC makers in the market, we suppose it makes sense for Sony to not try to spread themselves too thin. Now according to a report from Nikkei (via The Verge), it seems that Toshiba and Fujitsu are considering similar moves as well.The report claims that Toshiba and Fujitsu are both considering […]

Researchers Developing Tech To Boost Phone Displays To 4K
A couple of months ago, Sony announced the Xperia Z5 Premium with a 4K display, making it the first of its kind in the world. However it was later discovered that its 4K display wasn’t always at 4K, and that Sony from time to time and depending on the situation, would downscale the display in order to conserve battery.However it seems that over in Japan, Kogakuin University and Fujitsu are […]

Fujitsu Broadcast Engagement Tracking Platform
Fujitsu is working on a product that it hopes will attract broadcasters worldwide: a cloud service that can measure the spectator’s emotion in real-time. There are several components to “sense” the user emotion. Classic ways to do it is by monitoring social network signals – a lot of players are already doing this. However, Fujitsu would ideally like to put a camera in homes to see people’s faces and analyze […]

Fujitsu RETISSA Eyewear Helps Those With Poor Vision
[CEATEC 2015] Wearable technology such as virtual reality headsets or augmented reality (AR) headgear have been around for some time already, but they have not really managed to end up being mainstream devices to date. Well, it looks like this particular trend is going to continue until there is some sort of major breakthrough that happens in the industry, but thankfully there are practical developments and strides being made. Fujitsu, […]


Fujitsu Ring Does Text Input As Well
[CEATEC 2015] Smart rings are the kind of wearable technology that have not quite made it to the consciousness of everyone at the office, or in industrial situations, as it does feel as though there is a whole lot more work that needs to be done still between now and the future before they become as ubiquitous as say, the smartphone. Having said that, this has not stopped the likes […]

Fujitsu Interactive Shoes Hub Might Just Make You Walk More
[CEATEC 2015] You do know that lovely feeling of having a brand new device or tool, making you want to use that particular device all the more often, right? For instance, a new pair of running shoes that not only look snazzy but are also a whole lot more comfortable than your previous pair could just jolt you into kickstarting that running program you’ve always targeted. Well, Fujitsu might have […]

Fujitsu Arrows NX F-04G Smartphone Has An Iris Scanner
Japan is a fairly advanced country, and one of the things that impress many people (tourists here) would be the toilets – they are chock full with technology, you would find it rather hard pressed to get used to a regular toilet when you return home. Apart from that, Japan too, is a region where there are different kinds of smartphones available that cannot be found elsewhere, and the latest […]

Fujitsu Arrows NX F-04G Uses Iris Scanning For Mobile Payments
At the moment fingerprint scanners appear to be the “in” thing and are used to help prevent unauthorized access to one’s smartphone. It can also be used to facilitate mobile payments like Apple has done with Apple Pay. However could iris scanning could be the way of the future? Well as it turns out over in Japan, Fujitsu has implemented the feature into their phone.The Fujitsu Arrows NX F-04G will […]

Fujitsu Unveils Liquid Cooling Tech For Smartphones
Our smartphones do get hot from time to time, especially while charging, while on the phone, or while playing games, this is normal. However rarely do phones get so hot that they become dangerous, but just in case you’d rather be safe than sorry, Fujitsu has recently unveiled liquid cooling technology that could make its way into smartphones.

Fujitsu Ring Device Delivers Gesture Control
Over at CEATEC last year as well as at CES just last week, we saw respective ring devices that allowed one to control items – the one in CEATEC let the wearer gesture through the entire user interface, while the CES model allowed one to control a smartphone remotely, as though it were by magic. Well, Fujitsu does not want to miss out on the wearable technology bandwagon, having come […]

Fujitsu Stylistic Q555 And Stylistic Q335 Tablets Revealed
When it comes to the world of tablets, there are many different models out there to choose from – and Fujitsu this time is offering their Stylistic Q555 and Stylistic Q335 tablets for those who are looking for a enterprise device to get work done while you are on the move. First of all, the Stylistic Q555 that you see here happens to be a 2-in-1, 10” semi-rugged tablet which […]

Fujitsu Image Sensor Recognizes Patient Status Via Image Sensor
[CEATEC 2014] There is nothing quite like having technology do its bit for society and the world at large. Fujitsu has had its fair share of innovations over at this year’s edition of CEATEC, and one of the technologies developed could prove to be rather revolutionary when it comes to recognizing a patient’s status through the use of an image sensor. With this particular device, a hospital or healthcare organization […]

Fujitsu Vehicle ICT Intends To Make Driving Safer
[CEATEC 2014] They say never to reinvent the wheel, which is a good idea since I would not like to drive around on square-shaped wheels for sure. Having said that, what other aspects of a car could change to make our lives easier and safer while we are on the road? Plenty, it seems, and Fujitsu looks to have scratched the tip of the surface with their Vehicle ICT idea. […]

Fujitsu Ultra-Thin Lithium Batteries See Action In Credit Cards
[CEATEC 2014] The humble and ubiquitous credit card has seen some advancements in the past, having moved on from the magnetic strip to include a smart chip on it that makes the entire credit card more secure as well as convenient for both vendors and customers. Having said that, is there a next phase of evolution where credit cards are concerned? The answer would be “yes”, and Fujitsu thinks that […]