The latest rumored would-be buyer is Fujitsu, but Dell and Lenovo are or were also reportedly in the mix.
More efficient power electronics might not be all that sexy. But a startup is scaling up the process to make next-generation power conversion a reality.
Chip tech startup SuVolta has scored its first licensing deal for volume production with Fujitsu of an image processing chip.
The Stylistic S01 includes some interesting technological tweaks, such as the ability to adjust frequency range based on the user’s age. With ageing populations, there should be more of this out there.
The Todai Robot project has received attention because of its goal to build a system capable of passing a college entrance exam — a tough test for a supercomputer that’s all the more difficult when confined to a single laptop computer.
We’re number 1! An IBM supercomputer topped the semi-annual list of the 500 top supercomputers for the first time in three years. Sequoia, an IBM BlueGene/Q System using 1,572,864 processor cores scored 16.32 petaflop/s on the Linpack Benchmark used to rate such things.
Fujitsu’s new hybrid implementation of Microsoft Windows Azure could address corporate concerns about deploying global workloads on Microsoft’s public cloud. With Hybrid Cloud Services for Microsoft Windows Azure, Fujitsu can use its global presence to make sure that data stays within prescribed areas
We may be approaching the point where it’s fair to ask the following question: Where haven’t Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) and Samsung sued each other…
Fujitsu is launching a smartphone that doubles as a handheld Windows 7 computer. While the idea of a full computer in your pocket sounds attractive, this device strikes me as the worst possible combination of brands for a mobile device that runs for two hours.
A look at some of the big stories in mobile today:
— Apple: More expectations for a blowout quarter as the company reports earnings later…