At Ceatec, Fujitsu and the Japan Design Association honor the best mobile phone concepts.
Fujitsu completes transfer of hard-drive business to Toshiba, concluding agreement that moves business into new company called Toshiba Storage Device Corp.
Intended for consumers and school kids, it's the first Netbook for the North American market from Fujitsu.
Offered through NTT DoCoMo, the phone is able to withstand submersion in up to 3 feet of water for 30 minutes.
Fujitsu, fresh from formally unveiling a new global organizational structure, is rolling out a new enterprise-class server blade line, informally dubbed "Dynamic Cube."
Fujitsu is fairly new to the external hard drive game, but they recently hit one out of the park with the Fujitsu HandyDrive.
Fujitsu has just launched the first full-colour ebook reader in Japan, with Wi-Fi, mobile connectivity and wireless ebook downloading
The Japanese manufacturer's color-rendering Flepia e-book reader is available for preorder in Japan for $1,000 and is scheduled to ship on April 20.
Fujitsu's latest 15.4-inch laptop features a colorful checkerboard pattern on its lid.
The deal is meant to "reinforce" Toshiba's position as a vendor of chips commonly used in consumer electronics and mobile devices.