Tag - fujitsu



Japan Times
Nov 11, 2013
Fujitsu labs in touch, ahead of the curve on the tech road
Whether in stores, schools or cars, futuristic and convenient technologies made by Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. are just around the corner.
Japan Times
Oct 22, 2013
Frontiers post first victory over Deers since 2009
The Fujitsu Frontiers, helped by their American newcomers, finally defeated the archrival Kajima Deers 15-7 on Monday night at Todoroki Stadium in the final game of the X League first stage.
Jun 25, 2013
Deers beat Frontiers to win Pearl Bowl title
In April, the Kajima Deers found out they were going to need to find a new sponsor at the end of the current X League season.
BUSINESS / Companies
May 14, 2013
With yen at four-year low, Fujitsu to up PC prices
Fujitsu Ltd. plans to raise domestic prices for personal computers because the yen's drop to a four-year low is boosting the cost of importing components.
JAPAN / Science & Health
May 10, 2013
Japan's next supercomputer to be 100 times faster than K
The science ministry has embarked on a quest to develop a next-generation supercomputer by 2020 that will be 100 times faster than K, Japan's fastest supercomputer, ministry officials said.
May 3, 2013
City in Fukushima to turn itself into 'smart community' with Fujitsu
Tohoku Electric Power Co. and Fujitsu Ltd. will join forces with the city of Aizuwakamatsu in Fukushima Prefecture to turn it into a "smart community" centered on renewable energy and engage residents in energy-saving efforts.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Feb 19, 2013
Fujitsu to debut smartphone for aged first in France
In Fujitsu's first full-fledged entry into smartphone sales overseas, the firm intends to launch its smartphone targeting the elderly in France by the end of this year, company officials said Monday.
BUSINESS / Companies
Feb 2, 2013
Panasonic scores surprise profits thanks to weakening yen, cost cuts
Panasonic Corp. and Fujitsu Ltd. are considering setting up a new company possibly in the business year from April to merge their system LSI chip operations, sources said Friday.
Japan Times
Feb 12, 2012
Drugs of the future will be computer-designed
The moment Hideaki Fujitani unlocks the heavy door and enters the room, the buzzing noise — which sounded like a simple hum from the outside — gets much louder.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Japan Pulse
Jan 29, 2010
Which e-reader will conquer Japan?
The time for e-readers has finally arrived, but which one will prevail? Or more importantly, which one will attract manga-readers?


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