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'One glance' is all you need to unlock this first 'iris-scan' smartphone

A new Japanese smartphone, which is the first device to ever own an eye scanning feature to enable activation, is about to hit the shelves.

Now, a watch-like device to prevent heat stroke

Now, a watch-like device to prevent heat stroke

A watch-like device developed by Japanese company Fujitsu can prevent the wearer from incidents of heat stroke by sending an alert to others.

Fujitsu to triple IT workforce at Rapidigm to 10,000 in 2 yrs

Japanese technology firm Fujitsu is looking to more than triple the work force at its IT consulting arm Rapidigm in India to 10,000 within two years, from around 3,000 at present.

Fujitsu expects to double headcount to 6,000 in 2-3 years

The company currently has about 3,000 people in India across four development centres in Noida, Pune, Hyderabad and Bangalore.

Fujitsu expects double-digit revenue growth in India this yr

Fujitsu is refreshing the mobile portfolio and introduce new products as well to offer the best mobility and productivity solutions to our enterprise customers.

Fujitsu developing new supercomputer to succeed Ksupercomputer

Japanese computer makers Fujitsu Ltd. that the firm is developing a new supercomputer to succeed its K supercomputer,built with the state-backed major research institute Riken.

Fujitsu unveils `world`s first` glasses-free 3D PC

Japanese IT services giant Fujitsu unveiled what it calls the world`s first desktop computer with a display that enables users to see 3D images without needing special glasses.

Fujitsu unveils `world`s first` glasses-free 3D PC

Japanese IT services giant Fujitsu unveiled what it calls the world`s first desktop computer with a display that enables users to see 3D images without needing special glasses.

`Wireless recharge of mobiles from 2012`

Cell phone users may soon be able to recharge their devices wirelessly.

`Wireless recharge of mobiles from 2012`

Cell phone users may soon be able to recharge their devices wirelessly.