Fujitsu , a leader in innovative technology and front-end solutions, and its parent company Fujitsu Frontech Limited, today announced that it has shipped more than 2 million of its WT-A521/A522 RFID tags in the first quarter of 2013. Sales of the popular washable tag have been so robust that Fujitsu has doubled the production capacity at their manufacturing facility in Japan.
The all-new Outlander was first released to the Russian market in July of last year, being exported from Japan. The model has already been a great hit in Russia, and it is expected that the local production that will be available at PCMA Rus will enable MMC to more efficiently bring new Outlanders to a rapidly growing customer base.
What: Sony Mobile Communications brings the Xperia advance to US consumers looking for a full-featured Android smartphone and beautiful design with extra durability and water resistance. Xperia advance has a scratch-resistant display with wet finger tracking to offer functionality and protection against dust and water immersion.
To celebrate Sony’s new Windows 8 VAIO line hitting shelves today, we thought we’d ask a few of our furry friends to test out the new goods. You may have noticed a natural bond between these four-legged superstars and our Sony gear; we noticed it too and thought what better day than today to give some of our most loyal Sony pet ambassadors a shout out with the announcement of the new Windows 8 VAIO products shipping today.
The Emerald Ace, a 60,200-ton car carrier that combines solar power panels with a diesel engine, was shown to the media on June 25 at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.'s Kobe Shipyard and Machinery Works.
A ceremony to mark the official completion of construction is set for June 29.
The system consists of two elements, the first sprays water from high-volume nozzles, which hinder the pirates from boarding the ship, as well as filling up the pirate's vessels with water, and the second are hoses which whip around violently, with the purpose of intimidating pirates from a distance.
Mitsubishi has delivered the first fleet vehicle orders of the environmentally-friendly and affordably-priced 100% electric-powered 2012 Mitsubishi i to search engine giant Google and car sharing service IGO CarSharing.
MMNA and Capitol Mitsubishi of San Jose, California, delivered the high-tech yet fun-to-drive 2012 Mitsubishi i electric vehicles to Google's corporate headquarters on Wednesday, February 29, at the Google Solar Carport. The Mitsubishi i EVs add to GFleet, the company's employee car-sharing fleet that consists entirely of plug-in vehicles.
The new 55-inch TV comes with 3D technology that follows your face and adjusts its 3D image accordingly, making sure that you always see the best picture available wherever you may be sitting or standing.