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“It ended up just not being ready,” a company executive said.
Vendors at Ceatec look beyond traditional screens
Using an off the shelf webcam and a custom algorithm, a Fujitsu prototype can take your pulse without touching you.
An animatronic dinosaur grooved to the sounds of Japanese pop group at the 2014 Ceatec exhibition outside Tokyo.
Fujitsu has developed a small sensor that can tell which products you're most interested in.
The IoT interoperability group has formed a special lighting working group
Japan's 16Lab thinks its controller ring's components are a differentiator.
The solar-powered beacon pings paired iPhones over Bluetooth LE, and the Kickstarter-funded project plans to launch an API to add more functions.
Face for Wear is becoming a go-to source for customized Android Wear faces.
The glasses use a projector like Google Glass but aren't wireless.
Healthcare electronics maker Omron is showing off its sensing know-how with a huge ping pong-playing robot, but the robot is still easy to beat -- for now.
Murata's balancing robots are back and this year they're working as a team. The Japanese electronics maker demonstrated its synchronized rolling cheerleaders at the Ceatec exhibition outside Tokyo.
Aiko Chihara is welcoming guests at Toshiba's booth at Ceatec outside Tokyo and can communicate in sign language.
The capacity will limit power, but Panasonic plans more pin batteries
The Apple Watch isn't just a fashion statement or a fitness tracker. It could be a huge step forward for haptic technology.
Palm's aging operating system could get yet another shot at relevance
The Brite 450 discourages the vampire lifestyle with ambient and blue light sensor
App shortcuts and better fitness tracking make Pebble a solid smartwatch on the cheap
A hands-on report reveals a few new details on Apple's first smartwatch