Fujitsu made a wearable that knows when a cow is in the mood
The device is designed to help farmers increase cattle production efficiency.
The big VAIO, Toshiba and Fujitsu merger is still on
According to CEO of Vaio's parent company, a deal is likely to be signed by the end of March.
Fujitsu wants to fix Japan's deer problem with software
The company is developing software that can help control the population of Sika deer.
Fujitsu spins out its PC and mobile divisions
Another sign that the PC and smartphone markets are slowly dying.
Toshiba, Fujitsu and Vaio could merge their PC divisions
The PC industry is dying, so now comes the wave of rampant consolidation.
Japanese smartphone gets iris-scanning for mobile payments
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Fujitsu's ring lets you write in the air with your fingertip
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The Game Archaeologist: The return of Habitat
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