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UK government backs 5G research

by: Simon HillOctober 9, 2012
The UK government has teamed up with Samsung, Huawei and others to help fund a 5G research centre at the University of Surrey.
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Fujitsu’s new ad transmission technology allows smart phone owners to pull data from their TV

by: Joe HindyOctober 7, 2012

We currently have a plethora of ways to get data to our smart phones. We can use QR codes, messages and email, and even NFC. At this year’s CEATEC, Fujitsu has demonstrated a new way to get data from the world to our smart phones. This method uses our televisions.

It’s much the same premise as a QR code. When a TV commercial prompts you to, you open up your camera and point it at the screen. The TV advertisement then transmits a coupon or a website where you can learn more details. Where you point your camera doesn’t matter, although it is recommended you get your whole screen in the viewfinder.

Once the data is obtained, the phone should just open up [...]

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Eye-tracking iBeam tablet announced by NTT DoCoMo, Tobii, and Fujitsu, first look scheduled for October

by: Joe HindySeptember 20, 2012
Fujitsu, NTT DoCoMo, and Tobii have been working on an Android tablet called the iBeam that will allow people to control their devices with their eyes. This new eye-tracking software could change the face of modern technology as it can finally give everyone's fingers a break.
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PlayStation Mobile with 30 games comes to Android on October 3

by: Simon HillSeptember 20, 2012
Sony’s PlayStation Mobile will be open for business on the Android platform from October 3. It’s basically a section in the PlayStation Store which Sony will use to sell a hand-picked selection of "bite-sized games" for Android smartphones and tablets.
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Business-oriented Fujitsu Stylistic M532 tab to go on sale in Japan in early October for unknown price

by: AdrianSeptember 18, 2012
Before barely getting a chance to take a thorough look at the newly unveiled business-oriented Casio Paper Writer tablet, a new gadget with a similar target got introduced to the public. The Fujitsu Stylistic M532/EA4 will also focus on durability and functionality and will most likely limit itself to the Asian market, but, unlike the Paper Writer, it doesn’t seem to come with a lot of unique features or specs.
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Need an ultra-durable tablet, new Fujitsu Stylistic M532 has you covered

by: Andrew GrushAugust 16, 2012
Most of us feel that our expensive electronics should be taken care of in a neat, orderly manner that helps prevent drops and jolts from harming our precious goodies. For those of us that need a device that takes a beating though, the Fujitsu Stylistic M532 is here. Whether the M532 will find itself journeying with you to the deepest darkest jungles as you explore, or merely into the hands of your young children- the military grade design is certainly up to the task. The Fujitsu Stylistic M532 is rated with a MIL-STD-810G rating, meaning that it can withstand some level of impact, shock, dust and water. Additional security features in this tablet includes tracking with Absolute CompuTrace.
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NTT DoCoMo and Fujitsu show off smartphone prototype with double-sided transparent display (video)

by: AdrianJune 2, 2012

Most of today’s smartphone manufacturers think of only a couple of things when prepping a display. The brightness and viewing angles are probably the main focus, size seems to matter a whole lot lately, as well as color reproduction and pixel density.

Those are all very important things for day-to-day smartphone users. But how about thinking a little bit outside the box and really innovating for a change? Well, fear not, ladies and gents, because there are two companies out there that seem to be thinking things one step ahead of everybody else.

NTT DoCoMo, the most important mobile operator in Japan, and Fujitsu, the world’s third-largest IT services provider, [...]

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KDDI unveils the Fujitsu Arrows Z ISW13F a quad core, waterproof, dustproof Tegra 3 beast

by: Arnold ZafraMay 20, 2012

KDDI and Fujitsu have just launched a powerful new Android smartphone which is scheduled to be released in Japan in early July. The device – known as the Fujitsu Arrows Z ISW13F – is a very capable device and that would likely be a big hit if it were to reach either the European or North American market. Why do we say so? What more can you ask for from an Android device with 1.5GHz Tegra 3 Quad Core processor, 13MP camera, and a waterproof and dust-proof design? Give it a catchy name, a nice $199 subsidized price, and you have a device that can go toe to toe with HTC’s One X aka EVO 4G LTE,  and Samsung’s S3. Sadly though, it’s never likely to be [...]

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Fujitsu Demos Quad-Core Android 4.0 Prototype Smartphone with LTE Support and a 13.1 Megapixel Camera

by: GeneFebruary 28, 2012

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What a great way to make our day! We all love cutting-edge Android devices, particularly those that possess amazing specs. And today, we got just that!

Hitting the Mobile World Congress today is Fujitsu, the Japanese technology company that is currently the third largest IT services provider in the world. Fujitsu immediately caught our attention when it displayed a prototype smartphone running Android 4.0 ICS.

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But soon enough we realized that Android 4.0 is just the icing on the cake. We later found out that Fujitsu’s prototype is actually powered by a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor. The smartphone is just one of of the [...]

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Fujitsu to Make a Splash at MWC with New Tegra 3 Phone

by: Bogdan PetrovanFebruary 23, 2012

Over the last decade, Japanese smartphone makers have effectively ignored the rest of the world, preferring to focus on their internal market. As a result, Panasonic, NEC, Sharp, and the other big Japanese smartphone makers are almost unknown to the Western public. But things are changing on the shores of the Far East.

Sony, the only manufacturer that kept the flag up for Japan, has recently divorced from its unhappy marriage with Ericsson and has promised to focus more on U.S. and Europe. Panasonic just announced the Eluga, a slimline 4.3-inch beast running Android that will be introduced next week, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. And now it seems that Fujitsu [...]

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