While others obsess over fingers, Fujitsu wants your palms instead. Going against the flow, it plans to employ palm-vein scanning on smartphones in the future. The company, who is one of its few, if not the only, commercial evangelists, believes the technology to be more secure and reliable than TV's favorite metacarpal.
The curved LG G Flex was just named as one of the IF Product Design 2014 awardees, with the distinction of being one of the exclusive IF Gold Award recipients. This gives a probably much needed thumbs up for the rather eccentric smartphone, which still has to reach critical mass.
Today, Apple officially entered the automobile infotainment market with the announcement of CarPlay. This car system connects your iPhone to your car to provide a hands-free and even eyes-free driving experience, while enjoying your music, getting updated with the latest traffic conditions, and receiving or making those important phone calls.
Who says that a wearable need to be something geeky like an eyeglass or big like a watch? This Ring input device shows that something so small can just be as useful and perhaps even be more expressive.
Embattled former Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox is undoubtedly being hounded by questions from investors and users. The company has seemingly been forced to setup a dedicated call center in Japan in order to take, and hopefully answer, inquiries.
Three years, 50 partners, and 13,000 Japanese media assets later, Hulu is drawing one chapter of its international venture to a close. Though the video streaming service isn't exactly withdrawing from the Japanese market, it will be handing off bulk of the responsibility of running things over to the Nippon Television Network Corporation, more popularly known as Nippon TV.