Articles by Fujitsu
Fujitsu Working On A Futuristic Ring That Lets Users Write On Air
January 19 2015 10:54 AM
Fujitsu Laboratories is working on a wearable ring-type device that offers handwriting-input functionality and a reader for near-field communications (NFC) tags.
Australia-Japan Free Trade Agreement May Not Necessarily Mean Cheaper High-Tech Devices for Aussie Consumers, But Could Cause Lesser U.S. Beef Exports to Japan
April 09 2014 8:47 AM
One of the promises of the just signed free trade agreement between Australia and Japan is lower prices of high-tech products from Japan. However, trade experts warn that price reduction on mobile phones, TVs, cameras and computers may not happen at all, reports the Australian Financial Review.
MWC 2014 Update: Tinkering With Haptic Sensory Tablet Of Fujitsu
February 27 2014 11:59 AM
When Fujitsu rolled out its haptic sensory prototype tablet, it is all about touch. Simply, this tries to describe how the food tastes. The touchscreen is supposed to reflect the real feel of the displayed image, either it is smooth or rough through vibration technology.
NTT Makes Embedding TV Broadcast To Your Smartphone Possible
February 22 2014 10:28 AM
NTT makes data embedding in television broadcasts possible to be linked with your smartphone by simply pointing your handyphone at the TV screen.
V8 Supercars Australia Day 2 and Day 1 Recap [Photos]
October 11 2013 3:06 PM
V8 Supercars Australia Day 2 and Day 1 recap: DJR Crashed in P5, Triple Eight dominates, Tim Slade Heavily Damaged, Jamie Whincup Still the Man to Beat
Samsung to Break-into 5G Technology by 2020
May 15 2013 11:52 AM
Apparently, 2013 is a good year for Samsung Electronics Co. Pioneering new undiscovered lands, the South Korean communication devices giant will bring the speed-breaking 5G connectivity by 2020.
Thriftiness is New Normal Among Australians
April 02 2012 8:38 AM
More Australians are pinching pennies and paying down their home mortgages in large numbers that thriftiness has become a normal way of life in the country.
Aussie ATM Operators Hike Access Fee to $2.50
March 13 2012 6:31 PM
The new ATM withdrawal fee is now $2.50 from $2, comparison Web site Mozo said, which would boost the income of ATM operators by $600 million.
Fujitsu Targets SMEs by Offering Free 2-Month Trial Period for Cloud Services
October 21 2011 2:34 PM
One option that businesses, particularly small enterprises that could not afford to experiment by moving everything to a cloud computing service provider and then shift to another solution is to give the service first a trial.
Cloud Computing: Think Hard Before Moving Everything There
October 20 2011 4:01 PM
With Steve Jobs's death sparking more interest in Apple products and services, there is a growing interest among techies and companies in Apple's looming iCloud service.
Major Australian Market Players Form OzHub National Cloud Council
October 13 2011 1:19 PM
Macquarie Telecom, Fujitsu, Infoplex and VMware have formed the OzHub, a national cloud council which aims to promote cloud computing to enterprises, small businesses, consumers and governments in Australia.
Urban Density to Trump Urban Sprawl
October 10 2011 12:34 PM
Medium and high density developments are set to trump those in the urban fringe, RP Data has suggested.
IT Salaries Increase but Free Overtime Still the Norm
August 31 2011 1:20 PM
Salaries for IT workers in the private sector have experienced healthy growth, outstripping the pay rates of their public sector colleagues.
Some Australian businesses say 'Yes' to carbon price
July 06 2011 4:27 PM
The campaign for carbon pricing have gathered new supporters as the push for the government policy has turned to popularity and gathering of numbers.
Japan reclaims no.1 spot on TOP500 list of world's fastest supercomputers
June 21 2011 11:18 AM
Japan has won back the crown to having the fastest supercomputer in the whole planet. A Japanese supercomputer capable of performing more than 8 quadrillion calculations per second (petaflop/s) is the new number one system in the world, putting Japan back in the top spot for the first time since the Earth Simulator was dethroned in November 2004, according to the latest edition of the TOP500 List of the world's top supercomputers.
Acer shows off Windows Phone Mango handset, MeeGo tablet
June 02 2011 9:07 AM
Taiwanese PC maker Acer took a rather sudden hit last April when Gianfranco Lanci resigned as CEO of the company, saying it should have been focused on competing with HTC and Apple in the mobile space instead of with HP in the PC space.
Microsoft shows a demo of its new Windows Phone 7 software
May 25 2011 3:22 PM
Microsoft unveiled its next generation Windows Phone 7 software at an event in New York. Microsoft demonstrated several new features of the phone and the updated software code-named Mango.
Nokia will ship Windows Phone 'Mango' but not this year
May 25 2011 10:48 AM
"Windows Phone Mango will be the release that is used for the first Nokia Windows Phones," Lees says. "We already have Nokia phones running Windows Phone Mango in our labs today."
Fujitsu to deploy NBN Co’s new developments
May 13 2011 11:30 AM
NBN Co has contracted Fujitsu Australia as its prime alliance partner to deliver fibre infrastructure to New Developments. Fujitsu will manage the design, construction and associated works for the deployment of fibre to new developments, with the initial value estimated at over $100M for the first 12 months.
Taiwan’s Compal denies China notebook plant plan
September 17 2010 5:03 PM
Taiwanese computer and electronics products manufacturer Compal Electronics Inc. has denied reports that it plans to put up a notebook plant in Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province of China.