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Fujitsu Arrow Android 3.2 Tablet with LTE and Dual-core spotted, Water resistant too

Fujitsu is prepping to launch a new Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet that sources are calling the Fujitsu Arrow LTE Tab. If you've ever wondered why we have waterproof phones like the Motorola Defy and things of that sort, but no waterproof tablet then wonder no more. This will be a fully waterproof Android tablet that can handle any situation, whether it's water, or gaming, and it has some decent hardware specs to back that up.

Fujitsu preparing 7-inch Android tablet for Q3 2011

Fujitsu has been peddling some tablet style computer for a long time before the iPad hit the market. Many of those machines were convertible notebooks more than the true tablets of today though. My kids' doctor office used Fujitsu tablet style machines for taking notes in the office for years now. Fujitsu has some tablets that it has been offering for the consumer market like the 10.1-inch screen TH40/D that it showed off not long ago, but that machine didn't run the Android OS.

Fujitsu launch ‘Service Built for Android’ for bespoke device design

Fujitsu Japan have announced a new project called "Service Built for Android", in which they offer to assist any other company looking to deploy the Android OS.  The service is not limited to smartphones, either, with Fujitsu suggesting cars, consumer electronics and embedded devices being ideal candidates for Google's open-source platform. Assistance can take any form of consulting, training, engineering and embedded middleware.  It's unclear how much Fujitsu will be charging for the technical support, but they maintain that in utilizing both the free platform and their own services will see a cheaper final product and faster deployment. Fujitsu's hardware partner appears to be Freescale Semiconductor, with the company producing evaluation boards using their Android-compatible processors.  A number of seminars discussing Android's potential impact on embedded systems are scheduled for February. [via Akihabara]

Transphorm could change the way our phones and tablets charge

You don’t have to say it. Nobody says it, because everyone is experiencing it. Your smartphone and tablet batteries charge far too slowly. Part of the reason for that is the power lost in those annoyingly bulky power converters we get. Transphorm, a startup which has been around for about six years, could be changing all that soon.

Samsung Galaxy S 4 teardown finds lots of Samsung parts

It was inevitable that someone would get their hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S 4 and rip the device to shreds. We all know that when a new high-end device hits the market, the teardowns are coming. The first tear down of the Galaxy S 4 that we've seen comes from IHS.

LG X3 will come to market as the Optimus 4X HD

What's more catchy than an extremely generic product name like "X3"? How about a longer generic name that's already appeared on dozens of handsets? PocketNow reports that the LG X3, rumored to be the South Korean manufacturer's new flagship when it appears at Mobile World Congress, will be rechristened the LG Optimus 4X HD. Why 4X? Who knows. Changes from a codename to a more generic name for actual release aren't uncommon, and our American readers should remember that LG tends to bow to carriers when it comes to US branding - see the Optimus LTE and its Nitro HD and Spectrum names on AT&T and Verizon, respectively.

Samsung Galaxy S III rumored to be a mere 7mm thin

Today ends in the letter "y", and you know what that means: more Galaxy S III rumors! The latest scuttlebutt amongst unnamed "industry insiders" points to a 7mm profile on Samsung's flagship device, besting even the Motorola DROID RAZR for skinny dimensions. The rumor comes from ETnews, who also reports that the unnamed sources expect the phone to launch in May, probably as an international model. The only solid news concerning a Galaxy S II successor coming from Samsung is that it won't be showing up at Mobile World Congress, as the company is saving the good stuff for its own event at an unspecified date.
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