Big League Productions
Oct 23, 2013 3:28 PM
Fujitsu has developed a small sensor that can tell which products you're most interested in.
Japan's NTT Docomo has a prototype device that can send vibrations and nudges.
This tabletop tablet has a couple of shortcomings, but it remains the best of its breed.
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.
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.
Aiko Chihara is welcoming guests at Toshiba's booth at Ceatec outside Tokyo and can communicate in sign language.
At this point, Microsoft's next OS is literally a work in progress. But some of the changes in UI are available to view, and they're both lovely and productive.
From Tokyo to Boston to Palo Alto, IDG News Service's Nick Barber and Martyn Williams cover Apple's iPhone 6 launch.