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Fujitsu

Fujitsu Limited is a Japanese multinational computer hardware and IT services company headquartered in the Shiodome City Center complex in Minato, Tokyo. Fujitsu's central focus is on providing IT-driven business solutions, but the company and its subsidiaries also offer a diversity of products and services in the areas of personal computing, telecommunications and advanced microelectronics.

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Sony Xperia Z1 during it's world premier at the IFA consumer electronics fair, 2013
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

By IBTimes AU

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. (Apr 09)

MORE TOPICS: JAPAN, AUSTRALIA, SONY

MWC 2014 Update: Tinkering With Haptic Sensory Tablet Of Fujitsu

By IBTimes AU

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. (Feb 27)

NTT Makes Embedding TV Broadcast To Your Smartphone Possible

By IBTimes AU

NTT makes data embedding in television broadcasts possible to be linked with your smartphone by simply pointing your handyphone at the TV screen. (Feb 22)

MORE TOPICS: ADVERTISING, SMARTPHONE

BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9882 Limited Edition Premium Smartphone Unveiled

By IBTimes IN

After weeks of rumours, Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry finally pulled the wraps on the much-anticipated luxury collector's smartphone Porsche Design P'9882. (Nov 20)

MORE TOPICS: BLACKBERRY, SMARTPHONE, LONDON

Work Begins on World's First 5G Research Centre in Guildford

By IBTimes UK

With planning permission granted, work begins to create world's first 5G research centre at University of Surrey. (Nov 04)

MORE TOPICS: SAMSUNG, SOUTH KOREA, SMARTPHONE, INVESTMENT

Samsung Announces Limited Edition 10.1-inch Tizen Tablet PC with Quad-Core CPU

By IBTimes IN

Consumer electronics giant Samsung has launched the company's first ever Tizen tablet PC in Japan. (Oct 27)

MORE TOPICS: SAMSUNG, JAPAN, INTEL, TABLET PC, ANDROID

V8 Supercars Australia Day 2 and Day 1 Recap [Photos]

By IBTimes AU

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 (Oct 11)

MORE TOPICS: GOLD, AUSTRALIA

MPs Blast Deployment of Rural Broadband Programme

By IBTimes UK

Rural broadband programme 'wildly inaccurate' and gives BT virtual monopoly, says Public Accounts Committee. (Sep 26)

MORE TOPICS: RETAIL, BROADBAND, INVESTMENT

Rural Broadband Delay Slammed by National Auditor

By IBTimes UK

The rollout of superfast broadband to rural areas of the UK is 22 months behind schedule with BT the big winner so far. (Jul 05)

MORE TOPICS: TELECOMS, BROADBAND, INVESTMENT

UK competition watchdog to examine government IT contracts

By Reuters UK

Britain's competition watchdog is looking into government information technology contracts to probe whether the largest companies win too great a share of the work. (Jul 04)

MORE TOPICS: HP, OUTSOURCING