Manufacturer Tobii and Japanese wireless carrier NTT Docomo have developed a concept tablet — called Ibeam — that features built-in eye-tracking technology.
Sony has announced that it will be opening the store for the new PlayStation Mobile program on October 3rd, and that Sharp and Fujitsu are joining the program as third-party hardware partners.
Fujitsu is now selling the Android 4.0 Stylistic M532 tablet directly through its online store for $549 in the US.
Fujitsu has today announced a pair of "Windows 8 ready" devices, the Lifebook T902 convertible laptop and Stylistic Q702 hybrid tablet, with a strong focus on business features.
Fujitsu and Japan's National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) are developing an indoor guidance system using Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology in conjunction with a smartphone.
Fujitsu has announced availability in the US for its Lifebook U772, Lifebook UH572, and NH532 desktop replacement laptop. The company has also refreshed its Esprimo line of PCs.
Fujitsu announced that several updates to its Lifebook, Esprimo, and Futro computers will be available starting today, but only in Japan.
At its summer launch event in Tokyo, Japanese carrier Softbank announced a trio of Android phones, including Sharp's Aquos Phone Xx 106SH and Aquos Phone 102SHII, and Fujitsu's Arrows A 101F.
We take a look at a prototype design for Fujitsu's palm scanner for laptops. The new version is small enough to fit beneath the trackpad of a 13-inch laptop.
We take a look at Fujitsu's Arrows Z ISW13F Tegra 3 phone at AU's summer launch event in Tokyo. On top of the quad-core processor, the phone also features Bluetooth 4.0, a 13.1-megapixel camera, and a fingerprint scanner.
Fujitsu is developing a smart dog collar and cloud-based monitoring service that will you to keep closer tabs on your animal's health. The lightweight collars can be worn 24 hours a day, collecting information on how many steps the connected dogs are taking, how much they’re shivering, and the ambient temperature.
NTT Docomo's potential partnership with Samsung and four other companies to manufacturer LTE semiconductors is apparently dead because the companies could not come to an agreement by the end of March as they previously had planned.
A new algorithm developed by Fujitsu can reportedly offer higher signal quality for fiber optic networks, while consuming less energy.