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Fujitsu Roadmap Reveals Plans for this Year

by Christine TorralbaFebruary 17, 2012

When it comes to technology, Fujitsu is one of those who have established a household name for itself. So when we found the brand’s latest roadmap, we only felt the excitement to share the upcoming Android tablets Fujitsu has in store for all its fans.

Based on this image we acquired from Android Community, Fujitsu has plans for two Android tablets this year. The first is a ‘Mainstream Android media tablet’which will arrive in the market in June 2012. With news about the upcoming Android 5.0 Jellybean, we can only hope that this budget tablet is powered by Android 4.0.

Another tablet Fujitsu has in store is a ‘detachable performance slate’ which, according to [...]

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Fujitsu Unveils Waterproof Smartphone and Tablet

by Christine TorralbaJanuary 9, 2012

Fujitsu has just announced a new line of Android smartphones and tablets that are all waterproof. By using a waterproof Android device, you no longer have to worry about your unit accidentally getting wet. They’ve even demonstrated what will happen to the unit through a video (posted below).

Fujitsu Smartphone

The waterproof Android smartphone has a 4-inch 480×800 AMOLED display screen covered by a Gorilla Glass front. Called slim, the phone is about 6.7mm thick. Unfortunately, it only has one camera at the back and runs on Android 2.3.

Fujitsu Tablet 

The waterproof Fujitsu tablet is a 10.1 inch, 16GB tablet equipped with 1GHz Dual-Core processor and [...]

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Fujitsu Arrows F-07D Hits FCC, Challenges DROID RAZR as World’s Thinnest Phone

by Conan HughesNovember 24, 2011

We knew that the Motorola DROID RAZR won’t be the world’s thinnest smartphone forever.  We just didn’t expect its title to be challenged so soon.  And, the challenger?  The Fujitsu ARROWS F-07D, which recently made the rounds for approval at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

Filings at the FCC showed that the device is merely 6.7 millimeters thin.  In comparison, the DROID RAZR is 0.4 mm thicker at 7.1 mm, whereas the difference is even more noticeable if you compare the ARROWS F-07D with the 9.3-mm Apple iPhone 4S.

The Fujitsu device also remains slim almost throughout its body, with no large hump at one end, like the ones [...]

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Android based digital photo frame

by James TromansMay 14, 2009

Japanese news site Techon is reporting that Fujitsu Software Technologies Ltd and Japanese firm Macnica Inc (developer and marketer of semiconductors and network devices) have come up with something called the “Software Platform for Home Network Digital Photo Frame” based on Android. Why, I hear you ask? I think the real question is why not?

This photo frame is an example of a digital home appliance that incorporates Android as an embedded platform, allowing this product to go on display from the 13th of May at the 12th Embedded Systems Expo (ESEC2009) in Tokyo. Indeed, Macnica are taking the device along and are doing just that. This photo frame can add visual effects [...]

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HTC & T-Mobile developing an Android netbook?

by James TromansMay 5, 2009

Hot on the heels of the leaked information regarding the Samsung “Houdini”, TMOToday bring forth further speculation about the possibility of an HTC developed netbook sporting Android, due for release on T-Mobile by the end of the year. The general sound of things suggests that the netbook will offer on-board 3G connectivity to make use of T-Mobile’s high-speed mobile internet network. Nothing concrete can be said about this info, and it is quite possible that these are just more netbook rumours gone wild. However, the leaked document regarding the Samsung “Houdini” from TMOToday looked pretty decent, and this supposedly comes from the same tipster. If anyone has more [...]

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Fujitsu announce “Service Built for Android”

by James TromansFebruary 6, 2009

With the advent of a new operating system comes new jobs and new ideas. Android has taken the mobile phone industry by storm and due to its inherently flexible design and scalable nature, it is no surprise that there has been lots of chatter about its uses in Netbooks and other devices.

Fujitsu have announced their intent to spread the seed of Android and have set up a business model to “assist any other company looking to deploy the Android OS”. By my reckoning, Fujitsu are not a member of the Open Handset Alliance, which makes them an interesting choice for companies looking to use custom install builds and deployment strategies. Regardless, Fujitsu are raising the bar of [...]

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