Nvidia has released a list of handsets based on its Tegra 3 platform, and alongside the major names we've seen over the past couple of days, the company lists the unannounced K-Touch Treasure V8.
NEC, Docomo, Panasonic Mobile, and Fujitsu have developed a new wireless modem technology capable of transmissions over GSM, WCDMA, HSPA+, and LTE. Testing of the technology is complete, and the companies are looking to sell it both in Japan and abroad.
A Fujitsu roadmap shown at a press conference yesterday has yielded a surprise — the company plans to launch a Transformer-like tablet and keyboard combination in September of this year.
Chipmakers Fujitsu, Reneas, and Panasonic are in talks to merge their LSI chip design and development into one company, reports the Nikkei Shimbun.
Japan's National Institute of Information and Communications Technology has developed a new way of growing quantum dots that could open up new spectrum for fiber optic communication.
KDDI is releasing the Fujitsu Arrows ES IS12F handset tomorrow in Japan. The device is only 6.7 millimeters thick at its thinnest point, weighs 105 grams, and has a 4.0-inch AMOLED display.
The Happy Hacking Keyboard, built by Fujitsu, and relatively unchanged since 1996, takes a decades-old Unix-style layout, strips out all unecessary fluff (silly dedicated arrow keys, for instance), and marries it with an only-from-Japan ultra-minimal design.
SuVolta is a Silicon Valley startup that says its PowerShrink technology can reduce the power consumption of certain chips by about 50 percent without reducing their speed.