Fujitsu says its 56 Gbps chips could rival 4X FDR InfiniBand and should be ready for servers within three years
This week we go hands on with Microsoft's new Surface Pro 3 and visit a start up that makes industrial robots that work alongside humans. Also, Fujitsu is putting its clean rooms to an interesting use.
Fujitsu's latest prototype can perform text searches in printed matter
Semiconductor know-how and cloud computing are used to raise deluxe veggies in a former chip plant.
Fujitsu is experimenting with a gaze-tracking sensor aimed at discovering which products may have caught the eyes of shoppers. We'll take a closer look in this video report.
Fujitsu is experimenting with a gaze tracking sensor to figure out what shoppers really want to buy.
Fujitsu also showed a laptop with its PalmSecure palm-vein authentication built in at the Cebit trade show
Fujitsu will this month launch a super-thin Ultrabook, built on Intel's latest Haswell processors, with an 11-hour battery life and a screen with nearly three times HD resolution.
A Fujitsu research lab has developed software that can read minute changes in face color to accurately measure a subject's pulse using the small digital cameras attached to smartphones and tablets.
Fujitsu promises that although the new business laptops in its Lifebook E Line come in screen sizes from 13.3 inches to 15.6 inches, all will use the same standard components, including the main board, drives for the modular expansion bay, and AC adapters.
Engineers at Fujitsu Laboratories are developing an HTML 5-based platform for smartphones that designed to keep corporate data secure when accessed from employee-owned handsets.