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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Only a small number of systems affected.
Takes control of the new joint venture.
1986's smash hit reborn.
Full, simple authentication bypass.
Promises 'strategic cooperation'.
Could solve some pretty hairy problems.
Suitable for even the slimmest smartphone.
Decides the Power Glove is due a comeback.
Ten-fold increase for off-the-shelf parts.
Fujitsu has announced a recycling programme to turn optical discs into laptops.
Fujitsu has announced the launch of a hands-on PC building course, providing training to its customers.
Seagate has announced plans to launch a HAMR-based hard drive with double the storage capacity of PMR-based models.
Fujitsu announces a phone with similar technical capabilities to a netbook.
Japan's K supercomputer takes first place on the 37th TOP500 supercomputer list.
Fujitsu has launched the M440 ECO Mouse; a biodegradable PC peripheral.
Fujitsu has launched a new, rugged RFID tag which is flexible, can withstand up to two atmospheres of pressure, and work even in temperatures of up to 120° Celsius.
A consortium of seven Japanese companies is working to create a home-grown CPU which will consume seventy percent less power than existing technologies.
Ultra-wideband specialist Wisair has crowed that its single-chip wireless USB implementation has been picked by Fujitsu and Olidata for adaptor dongles.
Toshiba has announced a memorandum of understanding which will see it purchasing rival Fujitsu's entire hard drive operations - including manufacturing and R&D.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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