Mitsubishi develops super-efficient RFID tag reader

<img src="" /> <a href="">Radio-frequency identification (RFID)</a> tags are wi

Apple, look at this: Mitsubishi showcases 3D touch panel

<img src="" /> During the <a href="">Interaction 2009</a> [JP], a tech exhibi

Mitsubishi halts production of LaserVue TVs

<img src="" alt="" class="center" />This just hit our inbox, folks. Looks like Mitsubishi has run into some manufacturing p

Mitsubishi outs a Blu-ray DVR destined only for Japan

Japanese geeks get all the fun and the latest from Mitsubishi proves it. The DVR-BF2000 comes equipped with a 500GB HDD, two digital TV tuners, and a Blu-ray recorder drive. Amazing! Not only can it r

Mitsubishi fortifies car doors with bamboo

As the world’s first auto maker, Mitsubishi has announced it developed a technique that lets the company use bamboo fibers in automotive interiors for reinforcement. What may sound weird at first, h

Japan Post goes ecological, plans to use over 20,000 electric vehicles for mail services

It seems that Japan is getting greener almost by the week. Now Japan Post announced it will start a field test with electric vehicles (EVs) for postal services and other business activities as early a

Mitsubishi announces a pico projector, but it's not what you think

Such a tease you are, Mitsubishi. When this hit my inbox I thought it was one of those small pico projectors crammed into a BlackBerry or something like the 3M MPro110, but it’s a 3.3-pound 7.5- x 8

Mitsubishi LaserVue HDTV now available

Mitsubishi’s LaserVue HDTVs have been in the making for a while but the critically acclaimed high-def set is now available at select specialty retailers. You still might need a second mortgage

Mitsubishi intros commercial & educational flagship FL6900U projector

Not all projectors are created equal and Mitsubishi’s latest projector is geared for the non-theater crowd with the high-brightness 1080p 3LCD FL6900U. This new projector can throw 4000 lumens

Mitsubishi sets new record for solar cell efficiency

Mitsubishi Electric today said it has produced a polycrystalline-silicon solar cell that converts light energy to electrical energy with an efficiency of 18.6%. According to the company, the previous

Tokyo gets new battery stations for electric cars

It seems electric cars are slowly but surely gaining a foothold in everyday life, at least in Japan. Last week, local tech powerhouse TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Corp.) installed a total of nine charg

Mitsubishi prices LaserVue TV, better take out a second mortgage

My hopes of owning such a righteous HDTV have been severely dashed. Mitsubishi has priced their 65-inch LaserVue HDTV that will begin shipping to Diamond stores at the end of this month and you may wa

Mitsubishi announces trio of 1080p projectors

CEDIA is set to begin tomorrow, but that doesn’t mean companies won’t be announcing products today. Mitsubishi just announced two Diamond Series 1080p projectors, HC7000U (pictured) and HC6500U, w

GalleryPlayer: 2003 to 2008

Well, would you look at that. GalleryPlayer has shut down.  GalleryPlayer® has ceased operations as of July 30, 2008. According to the founder’s bio, the company has accually been sold, but to

Mitsubishi showcases super-thin LCD TV

Mitsubishi Electric yesterday unveiled a prototype LCD TV [JP], which is just 40mm thick. The company said it’s “REAL” TV is full HD but didn’t reveal any details regarding scr

Mitsubishi i MiEV car coming to California utility companies

Mitsubishi’s i MiEV has been bouncing around for a while, trying to gain traction for electric cars. The little buggy has been fleet-tested in Japan, and more recently has been announced in Australi

Hands-on with Mitsubishi's iSP flat panel TVs

Previewed last week for the press was Mitsubishi’s latest line of 120Hz flat panels with Integrated Sound Projector, which entails 16 speakers placed along the bottom edge of the set. The array

Mitsubishi to ship LaserVue TV in Q3

I first saw the Laser TV, LaserVue, at CES and was pretty impressed by it, but as with anything new, I was a bit skeptical. I saw the LaserVue from Mitsubishi the other day and I have to admit that it

Mistsubishi brands Laser TV, LaserVue

Remember the Laser TV from Mitsubishi that was unveiled at CES? Well, Mitsu finally dated and named the new fangled TV this morning. The LaserVue will launch Q3, but still no word on pricing. Along wi

Mitsubishi Blu-ray players to do AVC to DVD burning

These two Blu-ray players from Mitsubishi will only be available in Japan but they’ll feature MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 recording directly to blank DVDs instead of more-expensive Blu-ray discs. So the id
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