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Microsoft’s Azure Arc multi-cloud platform now supports machine learning workloads

With Azure Arc, Microsoft offers a service that allows its customers to run Azure in any Kubernetes environment, no matter where that container cluster is hosted. From Day One, Arc supported a wide ra

Known for 5G mmWave testing solutions, Taiwan’s TMYTEK sets its sights on base stations

TMYTEK recently raised a Series A+ round of about $10 million for products that make it easier to test 5G millimeter wave equipment. So far, the company’s clients include KDDI, SoftBank, Fujitsu and

SirionLabs raises $44M to scale its contract management software

SirionLabs, a startup that provides contract management software to enterprises, has raised $44 million in a new financing round as it looks to expand and handle surge in demand from clients. Tiger Gl

Tradeshift cuts headcount by three figures in effort to turn towards profitability

Last month, Tradeshift, a platform for supply chain payments that has achieved unicorn status in recent years, had some good news and some bad news. It announced a Series F funding round of $240 milli

CFIUS Cometh: What this obscure agency does and why it matters to your fund or startup

On January 12, 2016, Grindr announced it had sold a 60% controlling stake in the company to Beijing Kunlun Tech, a Chinese gaming firm, valuing the company at $155 million...

The best and worst gadgets of 2018

There were countless gadgets released in 2018. It’s the end of the year, so Brian and I rounded up the best of the best and the worst of the worst. Some where great! Like the Oculus Go. Or the G

Sales of PCs just grew for the first time in six years

Don’t look now, but the PC might not be dead. According to Gartner, collector of marketshare and industry metrics, worldwide shipments of personal computers just experienced the first year-over-

Fujitsu signs deal to integrate Box cloud storage into its enterprise software

Box just inked one of its biggest deals in Asia so far as it focuses on international growth. Fujitsu, one of Japan's largest IT services providers, announced today that it has made a strategic partne

Apple Watch And The Future Of App Design

The launch of the Apple Watch represents the latest proof point that we’re only going to have more devices to consider when designing mobile apps. Not only does it represent a huge opportunity for m

Fujitsu’s Senior-Focused Smartphone Is A Thoughtful Use Of Android That Tucks Away Complexity

Fujitsu has taken its time launching smartphones outside its home market. It's best known for slick, slender high end smartphones in Japan but has eschewed the crowded top tier of Europe's smartphone

Fujitsu’s Future Phones And Tablets Could Skip The Physical Keyboard And Watch Your Fingers Instead

For better or worse, the advent of smartphones and tablets mean that we’re rapidly <a target="_blank" href="http://crave.cnet.co.uk/mobiles/googles-sergey-brin-calls-touchscreens-emasculating-500105

Fujitsu Finally Enters Europe’s Smartphone Market With A Senior-Focused Android Device With France Telecom, Starting In June

It was <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/02/20/report-fujitsu-to-launch-handsets-in-europe-u-s-next/">exactly a year ago</a> that news began to surface of Fujitsu's intention to come to Europe

NTT DoCoMo, Samsung Call It Quits On Mobile Chipset Joint Venture

What happens when you put some of the biggest names in the Japanese wireless industry in the same room to work up a plan to develop some home-grown mobile chipsets? The answer is, apparently, not much

Report: Fujitsu To Launch Handsets In Europe. U.S. Next?

Fujitsu once said that it didn't have any plans to launch mobile handsets outside of Asia, but that strategy appears to be changing rapidly. Today comes a report that the Japanese handset maker -- whi

ARROWS μ F-07D: Fujitsu’s Android Phone Is Waterproof And 6.7mm Thin, Comes With 4-Inch OLED

The <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/01/15/infobar-c01-android/">Infobar C01 from yesterday</a> was a bit too much for you? Not to worry, Japan still produces "ordinary" Android phones: Fujit

Fujitsu Japan Rolls Out 2 “Girls-Only” Cell Phones

Do women need special cell phones? Certain companies, such as <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2009/06/23/do-women-need-special-cell-phones-deutsche-telekom-says-yes/">Deutsche Telekom</a> or <a h

5 Japanese Tech Companies (And Samsung) Set Up LTE Mobile Chip Venture

Big news from Asia's mobile market today: Japan's biggest mobile carrier <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/tag/docomo">NTT Docomo</a> (55 million customers, over US$50 billion in sales per year) is

ARROWS ES: Fujitsu’s Android Phone Is Just 6.7MM Thick And Waterproof, Boasts 4-Inch NEW AMOLED Display

No doubt, Japan is on its way to <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/11/17/another-galapagos-sharp-doesnt-give-up-on-tablets/">becoming</a> <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/11/23/arrows

ARROWS Kiss F-03D: Fujitsu Japan Rolls Out “Women-Only” Android Handset

It's not the first cell phone that has been designed specifically for women, but it's certainly one of the most interesting, as far as features and specs are concerned. Fujitsu's so-called <a href="ht

PRIMEHPC FX10: Fujitsu To Market New Supercomputer To Companies

<a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/tag/fujitsu">Fujitsu</a> announced it has adapted technology from its supercomputer "K" (<a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/11/03/fujitsu-k-the-worlds-faste
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