Set aside the differences in sharing things like photos and videos. Set aside the differences in how the app store and media purchases work. Hell, you can even set aside the differences in cost, hardware design and software design in general. And you’d still be left with the biggest problem Android faces over platforms like ... Read More »
Fujitsu’s submersible Arrow tablet apparently isn’t the only bit of Android they have up their sleeve for CES. Engadget just got their hands on a leaflet for the Fujitsu booth that details a pretty interesting addition to their smartphone lineup.
Details are pretty light, but the new phone will come with your favorite ... Read More »
Last night at CES Unveiled, Fujitsu was showing off their Arrows Tab LTE F-01D that is currently available in Japan on NTT Docomo. It appears to be a pretty bland Android tablet, but the Arrows Tab does possess one special feature: the ability to be dunked underwater. Check out the video below to ... Read More »
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When it comes to manufacturing chips for smartphones and tablets, Qualcomm has been leading the mobile industry for awhile. In order to have the resources to compete with the giant, several smaller companies would need to combine their efforts . Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo has teamed up with Samsung, Panasonic, NEC, Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu ... Read More »
The rugged market is an interesting one. The durability of rugged devices is definitely impressive and cool, but the fact is most tend to skip these devices. While some of us butter-fingered users could take advantage of a rugged device, we tend to believe it’s overkill.
Rugged devices often lack specs and aesthetics and ... Read More »
Fujitsu might not be a well known brand name to American consumers, but their technology is behind many of the retail stores we shop every day. With the recent announcement of “Service Built For Android”, it appears they are placing their full support behind the Android platform. Fujitsu has also joined the ... Read More »