• Fujitsu America Taps Unisys SVP Anthony Doye As Its New President And CEO

    Fujitsu America has appointed Anthony “Tony” Doye as its new President and CEO. Doye joins Fujitsu America from Unisys, where he served as president of Unisys Global Outsourcing and Infrastructure Services and senior vice president of Unisys. Before that, Doye was group president of Strategic Programs and the Technology Management Group at Computer Sciences Corp. He has also… Read More

  • Video: Fujitsu's care bear robot in action

    Last month, we’ve shown you a teddy bear robot that’s made by Fujitsu and looked pretty cute – on pictures. But now, after seeing a video (embedded below) of the bear actually “communicating” with a human, I’m not so sure anymore if it’s really a good idea to use this to entertain elderly or younger people (the robot’s target group). Read More

  • Fujitsu teases 3D desktop PC with built-in 3D camera

    Another day, another 3D-related tech news item from Japan. This time, it’s a 3D-powered desktop PC Fujitsu is currently demoing at a two-day company event (Fujitsu Forum [JP]) in Tokyo. It’s not only able to display 3D images but also has a 3D camera built-in (just above the display). Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Evernote Premium for free when you buy a ScanSnap scanner

    From now until July 31, if you buy a SnapScan S1500 or S1500M scanner and sign up for Evernote Premium, Fujitsu will send you a check for $50, basically reimbursing you for the cost of Evernote Premium. If you’ve been looking for a reason to upgrade to Evernote Premium, or if you’re in the market for a new scanner anyway, this is a pretty good deal. Read More

  • Fujitsu, Salesforce Expand Partnership To Help Companies Move To The Cloud

    Fujitsu and today announced that they are expanding their global 7-year partnership, establishing the IT company as one of Salesforce’s global systems integrators. Fujitsu in a statement said it will be making significant investments in bolstering its consulting and sales capability. Read More

  • Sharp, Panasonic, Fujitsu, NEC jointly develop new mobile OS

    Just last week, we asked the question if the world needs yet another mobile operating system (Samsung’s Bada). Now it turns out Japan’s biggest cell phone carrier, NTT DoCoMo, apparently thinks the answer is yes. The telecom behemoth (55 million customers in Japan) today announced [press release in English] the development of a brand new “application platform for mobile… Read More

  • Fujitsu shows off new prototype e-book reader

    So fair warning, there’s not a whole lot of detail on this one. Fujitsu just showed off their latest e-book reader prototype at a trade show in Japan. It probably won’t hit the US, but expect to see it in Japan later this year. We’ll keep you informed when we get more information. [via Akihabara News] Read More

  • Fujitsu develops robotic care bear that giggles, snores

    Japan gave us one creepy robot over the weekend, but the country of kawaii hasn’t forgotten about its roots. Case in point: A new robo bear, designed by Fujitsu and especially geared towards the elderly. The yet-to-be-named robot, which follows a line of other advanced robot bears from Japan, can even snore. Isn’t that adorable? Read More

  • Fujitsu announces PalmSecure LT, PalmHarder

    Fujitsu started selling their PalmSecure technology back in April of 2008, to little fanfare. They did just announce the newest version the PalmSecure LT, and it’s.. still gross. The technology scans the veins in your hands using some type of near infrared light, making it look like you have all kinds of viruses growing in your flesh. Sure security is important, but does biometric… Read More

  • Fujitsu LifeBook MH380 netbook reviewed in all its weird trackpad glory

    Behold the Fujitsu LifeBook MH380 netbook. See that trackpad there? That crater is used for scrolling up and down web pages and documents with a circular swipe of your finger. Read More

  • Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 hits the streets: An impressively powerful portable scanner

    Sure, I know what you’re thinking: scanners are a bit boring. But Fujitsu hopes to tempt you with some of its delicious ScanSnap S1300 features including direct to PDF scanning as well as scanning directly into Excel spreadsheets. That’s right: you can recreate a printed Excel sheet just by sliding it through the scanner. Cool, right? The S1300 is a mobile scanner which means it… Read More

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