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Retail IT Brand's Tech Center Helps Small Retailers Digitize Their Business

Fujitsu's center features live demos of 13 different technologies that retailers can employ to improve their business, enabling connected retail experiences

Design Hair Clip Lets Deaf People Sense Sound

The device vibrates in the direction of a sound, mimicking its rhythm and vibrating harder for louder sounds

Technology Shining a Light on an Object May Replace the Ugly QR Code

Fujitsu creates a light labeling system to transmit info on an item to a smart device

Innovation This Futuristic Lettuce Farm Used To Be A Microchip Factory

Fujitsu, the Japanese tech giant, wants to feed the world with fresh vegetables grown in an old semiconductor fabrication plant.

Advertising Laptop Cleans The Air Around It While In Use [Future Of Home Living]

The Fujitsu Lifebook concept model AH78 is the first computer that actively purifies the air while you use it.

Technology NFC-Tagged Library Helps Readers Find The Right Books

A Japanese library has collaborated with Fujitsu to make it easier for people to get information about books.

Technology Simple Surfaces Transformed Into Touchscreens [Video]

Fujitsu develops a device that utilizes gestures to interact digitally with printed materials.

Innovation PSFK Picks: Top Five Health Innovations Of The Week

A smartphone camera that takes your pulse and an iPhone app to diagnose STDs: the most innovative stories from the world of wellness.

Innovation Virtual Keyboard For Mobile Devices Has Users Type On Air

At the MWC, the company showed off a prototype that tracks finger movements to enable users to type on any surface.

Design GPS Walking Cane Tracks Steps And Heart Rate

The prototype can be used for navigation or monitoring, and features a number of built-in sensors.

Technology Japanese 'Infidelity Phones' Help Cheaters Stay Discreet

Fujitsu’s old F-Series flip-phone has built-in stealth features that allow users to mask when certain contacts have called or texted.

Luxury Electronics Brand Launches Computer Designed Especially For Women

‘Floral Kiss’ features a caps lock key decorated with diamond-cut stone, and a flip latch that is easily opened, even if the user has long nails.

Advertising Fujitsu Develops Invisible QR Codes Made Of Light

Instead of seeing a banner or icon on the screen, viewers' phones would pick up extra beams of light to receive coupons and other offers from advertisers.

Home New Tech Sends E-Coupons To Users For Products They See On TV In Real-Time

Fujitsu revealed a new patent pending system at CEATEC that transmits URLs, coupons, and other digital info to viewers' smartphones.

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