AkihabaraNews participated in NTT docomo's 2015 summer roll-out and witnessed Fujitsu's ARROWS NX F-04G smartphone, the world's first smartphone that has an iris recognition system built-in. But this year, sadly, Ken Watanabe is NOT built-in!
Intent on making our next generation of mobile and other electronic devices and services more secure and conveniently accessible, Fujitsu has successfully integrated an iris-scanning infrared camera and LED system into a prototype smartphone.
Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo and a Fujitsu research group have developed a simulator of a beating heart based on mathematically modeled operating principles of molecular motors. This research links molecules on the micro-level and the heart on the macro-level, and enables high-level predictions that can be used both for basic medical research and clinical practice.
NTT docomo's New Smartphones Following up on yesterday’s coverage of NTT docomo’s summer rollout event, we want to provide a few more details on the 6 new smartphones they unveiled at Belle Salle Shiodome in Tokyo on May 14.
Fujitsu, for one of their new 2014 summer model personal computers, announced that they are going to release a notebook PC for ¥190,000 on May 23, which is intended for women in their 20s and 30s.
The notebook PC is called Floral Kiss (Model: LIFEBOOK CH75/R). The top board has a fashionable bicolor design (Elegant Red with Beige or Clear White with Brown) and there are glittering gems on the power button and LED lights.
Fujitsu just introduced a new PC series specially targeting over 60-year-old people, calledGRANNOTE. The first product in the series, Windows 8.1 LIFEBOOK AH90/P will be released on February 13.
Fujitsu applied their Human Centric Engine, which is already being used in their smartphones, to PCs for the first time. Human Centric Engine is their own technology that helps make operations through technology easy for users and adapts to users and their usage environments.