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Saturday, May 03, 2008

Display 2008: E-paper makes move for big time (with video)

Aside from flashy 3D displays, the other big draw for fans of future tech at Display 2008 in April was electronic paper in at least 57 flavor-packed varieties.

Friday, February 22, 2008

E-paper advertising in the wild in Tokyo

Now that it’s all grown up and mature, electronic paper is stating to get out a bit more and enjoy life – its latest sortie sees it appearing on train station ticket gates as a variety of advertising posters.

Monday, November 12, 2007

World’s first quad-port HDMI chip from Fujitsu

With the increasing number of audio-visual gadgets in our living rooms that require HDMI to be seen to best effect, Fujitsu Japan has announced a hardware solution to help keep costs down.

Monday, August 06, 2007

Fujitsu’s jumbo 231in display tops them all
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There are big TVs, ridiculously big TVs and then those sets that just make you wonder about people who own them, but out gunning all of those categories of ways to waste money is a new 231in display from Fujitsu.

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Fujitsu interactive wall uses RFID to tell masses to ‘Buy now, buy often’

One of the most useful future technologies I’ve messed with recently is Fujitsu’s oddly named UBWALL (pronounced ‘U-B-Wall’), a giant plasma display panel loaded with RFID and Wi-Fi and intended for pushing information to all and sundry. Although it has been around for at least two years, the UBWALL has now found its first home outside the Fujitsu R&D labs.

Friday, May 11, 2007

Fujitsu Wi-Fi system keeps Big Brother eye on site workers


From May 18 Japanese construction workers could be carrying more electronics than an Akihabara nerd after a hot day’s shopping, when Fujitsu Japan introduces its Fast IC remote-monitoring system.

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Fujitsu’s color e-paper comes to the market at last, but at a price


Fans of electronic paper who have cash to spare should be getting pretty excited right about now. That’s because Fujitsu has just announced that the world’s first color e-paper electronic book is available from October … at a price.

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