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New Windows 8-Ready Hybrid Tablet, Convertible Laptop from Fujitsu

Fujitsu announces the business-friendly Stylistic Q702 slate tablet--which has an optional keyboard dock--and the 13.3-inch Lifebook T902 convertible laptop.

Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Review: Windows 7 Tablet Offers Tons of Flexibility and Features

The Stylistic Q550 packs such business-friendly features as a fingerprint reader and a removable battery, but its Atom processor lacks oomph.

Fujitsu Releases Platform to Let Standard Mobile Cameras Take 3D Pictures, Video

Fujitsu has developed a system that allows standard mobile phone cameras to take 3D pictures and video.

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Fujitsu Tech Can Tell When You're Stressed on the Phone, Vulnerable to Scams

Japanese technology giant Fujitsu said it has developed a system that can determine when someone is being targeted by a phone scam.

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First Take: Fujitsu’s Super-Fast Tegra 3 Smartphone

Fujitsu’s 'ultra-high spec' quad-core smartphone is one of the four NVidia Tegra 3 phones here at Mobile World Congress.

Fujitsu Roadmap Reveals Ultrabooks, Tablets

The two most interesting items in the Japanese manufacturer’s roadmap are a detachable slate and a Windows 8 tablet.

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Brace for Ultrabook Glut

Ultrabooks are expected to join tablets as the big category for new products at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, although some may never appear off the show floor.

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Highlights from Japan and the CEATEC Show

Here’s a handful of the eye-catching products and technologies on display at the CEATEC consumer electronics show in Tokyo and in shops in Akihabara, Tokyo’s technology center.

Fujitsu Begins Taking Orders for Tablet With New Intel Chip

Fujitsu is now taking orders for its Stylistic Q550 Slate PC tablet, one of the earlier tablets to use Oak Trail, Intel's first dedicated tablet processor.

Fujitsu's New Lifebook Laptops Come With Built-In Pico Projectors, Palm Vein Sensors

You can log into one new Fujitsu laptop--the E741--with a wave of the palm of your hand; others have a built-in pico projector.

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