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Wanna feel what’s on your screen? Fujitsu have a way

Whilst at the Fujitsu stand I spotted this rather interesting prototype tablet. It includes haptic feedback, which basically provides a “feeling” when you glide your feeling over the screen. Don’t worry, I’ve not gone mad yet. It really did work, and although it’s hard to demo or describe, …

Fujitsu and Orange launch the Stylistic S01 for Senior Citizens

Last year we went to see James Maynard, Fujitsu’s new product marketing Director. At Mobile World Congress last year they showed off some of their new kit to us as they prepared to push into Europe. They were the “new” boys on the block in the way – …

MWC – Is it all about the brand?

What is it about a brand? I had a pretty long conversation this evening about just that. Sure, specs and build quality matter. Innovation, ease-of-use and simplicity matters. However, there’s a definite brand following that people might not admit to. Take Apple for example. Truth be told, there’s …

MWC – Fujitsu Arrows F-07D – Up close

During our chat with Fujitsu we got some pretty decent hands-on time with the painfully thin Arrows F-07D handset. Although it’s not available in Europe it is the worlds “thinnest waterproof smartphone” at just 6.7mm. This has fully cleared the FCC and features a 4″ 800×480 OLED display …

MWC – Europe needs some Fujitsu action

Say the name “Fujitsu” to most people here in Europe and you’ll probably receive a pretty blank expression. The truth is that they’re behind a lot of IT-related projects and services and they’re nearly 80 years old. In the mobile arena they’re already a big player in Japan …

MWC – Fujitsu IS12T Hands-on

So, you’ve got the major players here in Barcelona. HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola, Nokia and the new boys – Sony Mobile. Then there’s the people close behind, Acer, Asus, Huawei and ZTE are becoming more well known. Huawei in particular have been behind a lot of network-branded kit …