Kyocera Micro-led Display Is Amazingly Bright

Kyocera Micro-LED Display Is Amazingly Bright

At CEATEC 2019, we had a good look at the Kyocera / Glo next-gen micro-LED display technology in the form of a 1.8-inch display (0.7mm thick) that reaches an amazing 3000 NITs brightness, according to the company.

For context, the best smartphone OLED displays can top ~1400 (iPhone 11 Pro) to ~1500 NITs (Galaxy Note 10+). Smartwatches have much lower brightness levels. Higher brightness is extremely useful to make screens more readable outdoors in direct sunlight.

Kyocera Duraforce Pro 2 Launched On At&t

Kyocera DuraForce Pro 2 Launched On AT&T

These days a lot of our smartphones have been designed to look good, and we suppose that’s a fair thing to do. However there are some users out there who need a phone that can withstand the elements, and while our smartphones do come with water-resistance, their design does leave them a bit too fragile for use in more rugged terrain.

This is where companies such as Kyocera come in where they have in the past launched rugged handsets. The company is back with its latest smartphone in the form of the DuraForce Pro 2 which has been launched on AT&T. As the name suggests, this is a smartphone designed to be durable where it will come with key features such as IP68 certification, and a Military Standard 810G rating for protecting against shocks, vibration, and extreme temperatures.

Exile Atsushi To Hold 2-day Live At Kyocera Dome Osaka

EXILE ATSUSHI to hold 2-day live at Kyocera Dome Osaka

EXILE ATSUSHI will hold solo lives titled "EXILE ATSUSHI PREMIUM LIVE 2018" on February 28 and March 1 at Kyocera Dome Osaka.

"EXILE ATSUSHI PREMIUM LIVE" will be held as a part of TBS' program plan. Ticket pre-reservations will be available for members of EXILE TRIBE FAMILY beginning December 8 followed by EXILE mobile and EXILE ch Premium. 

Kyocera Enhances Its Ai-based Online Image Classifying Service Labellio With Higher Capacity For Big Data

Kyocera enhances its AI-based Online Image Classifying Service Labellio with Higher Capacity for Big Data - Fareastgizmos
Kyocera Communication Systems will launch three new fee-based plans for its online image classifying service Labellio on October 30. Labellio enables users to quickly and easily classify digital images by using Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered deep learning technology — without the need for programming or deep learning expertise. Kyocera Communication Systems introduced its free Labellio service in January 2016 as a simple image classification tool — where users can simply upload images to the cloud via a PC or smartphone from virtually anywhere, eliminating the need for programming or deep learning expertise.

The three new fee-based Labellio plans incorporate feedback from users worldwide who have created thousands of image recognition models. As a result, the new Labellio services enable highly accurate image recognition models with online technical support at a low cost.
Users will be able to choose among four plans, offering a wide range of usage volumes and algorithms for companies interested in verifying advanced technologies or applying image recognition technology to commercial products or services.

Kyocera Announces Industry's First 3-kilowatt Solid-oxide Fuel Cell In The Market

Kyocera announces industry's first 3-kilowatt solid-oxide fuel cell in the market - FareastgizmosKyocera today announced the launch of the industry's first 3-kilowatt solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) cogeneration system for institutional applications. The system, utilizes Kyocera's proprietary ceramic technologies to deliver 52% generation efficiency — the highest of any comparable SOFC system currently on the market and an overall efficiency of 90% with exhaust heat recovery. The new SOFC system achieves a 3kW power rating by incorporating four of Kyocera's small and highly efficient 700W cell stacks.

In addition to effectively generating energy by using these cell stacks, the system design enables the use of exhaust heat from the power generation process to heat water. These characteristics make the system well-suited for retail establishments and other commercial enterprises, including small restaurants. The system is capable of adjusting power generation in proportion to demand. In addition to providing a steady 3kW of power, the system can be used as a demand-regulated power supply. The system will be available from this month in Japan.

Kyocera Announces New Washable Rafre Smartphone Resistance To Foaming Body Soap

Kyocera announces new washable rafre smartphone resistance to foaming body soap with special cooking appKyocera today announced the release of the new rafre smartphone KYV40 for Japanese service provider KDDI. The new rafre smartphone is a successor to the orignal DIGNO rafre, launched in December 2015. At the time of launch DIGNO rafre was the world’s first hand-soap-washable smartphone. In addition to resistance against foaming hand soap, the second-generation model possesses resistance to foaming body soap.

Kyocera Duraforce Pro With Sapphire Shield Goes Official At Verizon

Kyocera DuraForce Pro with Sapphire Shield Goes Official at VerizonAs expected, Verizon added the Kyocera DuraForce Pro ultra-rugged smartphone to its portfolio. This is the third major carrier in the United States that starts selling the handset after AT&T and Sprint.
A fourth carrier, T-Mobile, is expected to launch the DuraForce Pro by the end of the year, but an exact release date hasn't been confirmed yet.

Kyocera’s Kyoto Opal Enriches Yamaha Xeno’s 20th Anniversary Limited Edition Trombone

Kyocera’s Kyoto Opal enriches Yamaha Xeno’s 20th anniversary limited edition TromboneKyocera’s proprietary Kyoto Opal is featured in a limited edition trombone offered by Yamaha. The synthetic opal material, showcasing unique radiance, is utilized in the counter-weight and thumb trigger — adding a luxurious feel to the trombone’s design which appropriately fits with the product concept as a special edition (YSL-882O20TH) marking the 20th anniversary of Yamaha’s Xeno series.

Kyocera Hydro View Lands At Cricket Wireless On January 8

Kyocera Hydro View Lands at Cricket Wireless on January 8Kyocera and US-based carrier Cricket have just announced the upcoming availability of Hydro View, an affordable Android smartphone.
According to Cricket, Kyocera Hydro View will be available for purchase on January 8 for just $80 outright (no contract required). It will go on sale both online and at brick and mortar stores.