Magisto, a cloud-based service for creating and sharing professional quality personal movies, today announced it has partnered with Japan’s leading mobile carrier, SoftBank Mobile. The company’s app, which was released in Japanese on iOS and Android earlier this year, now will be preloaded on Arrows A 202F, a Fujitsu Smartphone which debuted on June 28,2013 in Japan. Read More
Mashable reports that Fujitsu has developed a technology, which discovers objects your finger is touching in real life, successfully converting any surface such as a piece of paper into a Touchscreen. . Read More
Counterpoint Research has released new data on the handset/smartphone market in Japan, which shows that Apple's iPhone is leading the market. . Read More
– Apple (NASD: AAPL) has negotiated a takeover of the "iPad" trademark from Japan’s
Fujitsu, CNET reported, citing the Patent Authority blog. It’s not clear what
compensation Fujitsu received for turning over the trademark to Apple, which
will release the iPad later this week.
Tokyo – Japanese electronics firm Fujitsu announced on Tuesday that it will introduce its first PC's with Sony's next-generation Blu-ray Disc drives in June in Japan, becoming the first company to release a Blu-ray-compatible PC, Reuters reported. Fujitsu will also in June begin selling PC's equipped with rival HD DVD technology, developed by Toshiba. Fujitsu's Blu-ray PC, which comes with a 37-inch LCD screen, is expected to sell for about $5,000 in Japan. [...].