Fujitsu Develops System for Checking Your Pulse via Camera

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The boffins at Fujitsu have have been scratching their heads trying to think of a better purpose for those front facing cameras on our smartphones, tablets and laptops. What they have come up with is a new imaging system which can calculate your pulse and help monitor health. The system measures the amount of green […]

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Fujitsu Developing Invisible Keyboard for Tablet Devices

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As much as we may enjoy using our smartphones and tablets, there is still something to be said about typing on a full-sized keyboard at a desk. While this doesn’t quite achieve that goal, Fujitsu is developing some unique technology that utilizes the front-facing camera on your tablet to effectively created an invisible keyboard.

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Can a Robot pass a College Exam? Fujitsu Bets it Can

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When it comes to entrance exams, few are considered more difficult than the exam presented by Tokyo University. This is why scientists have decided to come together and see how hard the test really is by bringing in a unique student to take the exam- a robot. Fujitsu hopes to create a robot that can easily pass the exam, pushing A.I. Intelligence as far as possible along the way. Fujitsu is teaming up with Japan’s National Institute of Informatics to develop this super-intelligent robot.

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Fujitsu Reveals Q702 Hybrid Tablet And Lifebook Convertible Laptop

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There seems to be an increasing number of devices in recent times that tout themselves as the perfect tablet experience for those that also want a laptop-like productivity experience, Windows Surface included. That being said, Fujitsu seems to do one better, creating a true hybrid tablet/laptop experience that is targeted at the business crowd, and best of all they are offering two different hybrids, the LifeBook T902 and Stylistic Q702.

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Perhaps This Modular Fujitsu Lifebook Concept Isn’t Too Far From Becoming Reality

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Do you think we have too many devices these days? There’s often a disconnect between these various devices which doesn’t make our entire experience flow. Motorola gave it a whirl with their Atrix 4G, Asus with the PadFone, but this Fujitsu Lifebook 2013 concept takes us to another level. It’s a modular laptop where you can add and remove a smartphone, tablet, and digital camera.

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Japan’s Tsunami Waterproof Fujitsu ARROWS Ultra Thin Android Smartphone

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If you have dropped your phone in the toilet, sink, swimming pool, or pond, you’re going to love Fujitsu. The device in the photo above is being is a new waterproof smartphone from Fujitsu, dubbed the ARROWS ES IS12F.

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Fujitsu’s ruggedized Honeycomb Android tablet blazing wtih 4G LTE for Japan

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The key factor that differentiates the Fujitsu Arrows Tab from all other tablets is that its rugged and runs Android 3.1 Honeycomb, of course, is its not the only ruggedized Android on the street. Competition is good. We heard rumors about the Arrows Tab being waterproof, but it looks like it’s all set up to be military-level spec to battle the bumps and bruises that it’ll surely experience along the way. It’s high-spec with 4G LTE to work with Docomo’s Xi network. Yeah, as with so many other Fujitsu products, this will likely gear up to be a Japan thing.

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Fujitsu-Toshiba IS12T first device to run Windows Phone Mango

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We’ve been hearing about the Mango update to Windows Phone 7 for a very long time, but we had yet to see any kind of official release. That has now changed, because the first Mango phone has been officially unveiled. It’s the Fujitsu-Toshiba IS12T. That’s the good news.

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Fujitsu laptop concept features screen that bends like real paper

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This Fujitsu laptop concept features a top display that would be constructed with a flexible material, allowing you to bend and flex it to your heart’s desire. You would hold the notebook like a book. You would then “flip” through the various pages of an e-book or a folder, thumbing it through it as if it had physical pages.

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Fujitsu LifeBook Notebook swaps Optical Drive for Pico Projector

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When was the last time that you really needed a DVD drive on your computer? What about a CD-ROM? Even Blu-ray Disc drives aren’t all that useful anymore, since we’re shoving everything onto USB flash drives and downloading things from the Internet. So, Fujitsu is making better use of that space.

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Fujitsu Lifebook X2 Concept Tri-Folds Your Tablet Duties

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This design isn’t exactly sanctioned by Fujitsu itself, it came via Yanko Design contributor Park Hyin Jin. The idea is that it takes a notebook and completely folds it up. Open it once, and it’s almost like the old Nokia Communicator devices, except doing it with a touchscreen up top (otherwise it wouldn’t be a tablet) and a hardware (?) QWERTY keyboard down low.

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Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 Portable Scanner Review

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The Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 scanner might just be the ultimate portable scanner. Ultra-mobile, high-quality, easy to use and surprisingly fast; the hardware’s solid, the software is versatile and the bundle is very affordable. In fact, it seems to have achieved all of the benchmarks with little to no sacrifice in any area.

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