From Wi-Fi coffee makers to GPS-enabled canes, Mobile World Congress 2013 gave companies a chance to tout the offbeat side of mobile tech.
For now, Fujitsu's phones are only available in Japan, but what can you expect if they ever make their way to our shores? Some pretty cool stuff, actually. Take a peek here.
Fujitsu joins the cavalcade of ultrabook announcements.
Nvidia introduces a bevy of new top-line professional graphics chips aimed at high-end scientific and engineering users.
Fujitsu has just launched the first full-colour ebook reader in Japan, with Wi-Fi, mobile connectivity and wireless ebook downloading
Microsoft announces "general availability" for the home server operating system, although that's a bit of a stretch. HP's server won't be available until later this month, while other makers are waiting even longer.
Firsthand account of Apple's latest laptop.
Ignore the side panel. Maingear has an outstanding deal in this high-end F131 gaming desktop, which is one of the fastest PCs we've seen all year. We recommend this system without hesitation to serious PC gamers and those interested in a high-performance, high-value computer.
According to Falcon Northwest, the company is working to repair an issue with the 3D card in this Mach V build that resulted in physical damage to the motherboard. We intend to follow up. Assuming that issue is resolved, we recommend this desktop and its overclocked, six-core Core i7 CPU to anyone in search of no-compromise application performance.
Maingear's Shift is the boutique vendor's new flagship gaming PC. It brings almost everything we expect to find in such a system, from expert craftsmanship to fast overclocking to a case that makes a statement. We found a few minor sticking points, but, on the whole, this PC sits comfortably alongside the top tier of luxury gaming boxes, and we recommend it if you have the means.