Cocorobo, the newest clean bot model of Sharp, is soon to get its latest version that can now think and even chat with its owners.
If you can’t beat them, join them, an old saying goes, and the inventors of that kooky talking refrigerator seem to be following exactly this particular tactic in trying to make their new Windows 8 tablet as popular as Android slates or Apple’s iPads.
Improving functionality for household appliances may mean a lot of things, but for Sharp, one basic idea is to interact with them as shown by their newest refrigerator model that talks at its users.
Sharp introduces its very own 32-inch 4K Ultra HD monitor based on the company’s new low-power IGZO display. Additionally, the monitor supports pen input, much like the stylus on the Galaxy Note II.
An interesting report has popped up on our radar, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 might pack a LCD display, ditching the Super AMOLED panel, for certain markets only.
Flagships in 2014 are going to redefine the term “Retina” when 5 to 6 inch Smartphones begin offering iPad 4 like 1600p screen resolution.
Do you know how Samsung seems to dominate Android smartphone sales globally for what’s starting to feel like an eternity? And how OEMs like HTC or Sony can’t even touch them? Well, there is one major market where the status quo is significantly different – Japan.
Sharp has launched two new devices as part of their Aquos range of Android powered devices for NTT DoCoMo's summer lineup, both packing IGZO displays.
Sharp will be cutting 5,000 jobs to re-focus their production on small-sized panels for devices like smartphones, as well as focusing on producing high end 4K television sets, and large panels that are 70 inches or higher.
Sharp plans to use of their Cocorobo unit as a quasi-intelligent interactive robot that would collect user information from the internet in the same method as how it is done by personal assistant software.
Mozilla will be introducing their operating system for smart phones this July. Firefox OS equipped smartphones will be the first built entirely to open Web standards, allowing for HTML5 application development.
Japan recently announced they were two years ahead of schedule for their first 4K broadcast. 4K TV broadcast is said to have four times the resolution of any current HD TV.
Sharp's new WG-N10 acts as your personal, functional and intuitive electronic notepad. With more specific and specialized functions than your ordinary e-notepad, it can take notes, scribble and write anything on it as if you are actually writing on paper.
In a move that is certain to interest the orb bedecked fans of Vivienne Westwood's designs; Sharp is now selling a limited edition version of one of their popular Android smart phones, produced in collaboration with the world renowned British fashion designer.
Sharp Corporation and Qualcomm Incorporated will soon be joining forces with a 121 million U.S. dollar investment from Qualcomm.
Sharp's newest display model features a 4K 32-inch screen that is developed using their newly adopted IGZO screen technology. It is designed to pack in more pixels per unit area, and is advertised to be perfect for graphics-based work.
After some troubling times for Sony and Sharp, the two technology giants are taking drastic steps to cut costs and are refocusing their businesses to get back to turning a profit.
LG has released its latest TV, with a screen spanning a whopping 84 inches and a resolution that is four times 1080p high-definition.
Although we wrote about it all the way back in January, Intel reiterated the fact that the company wants to push up the resolution of the displays we're using, no matter the device. Now it appears that Sharp might be the first display maker to actually meet Intel's 2013 target resolution of 3840×2160 thanks to its
NTT Docomo in Japan has unveiled the special edition Android smartphone that will launch in June, in conjunction with the "Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo" movie. The SH-06D NERV will be showcased at the NOTTV booth at the Anime Expo 2012 (held at Makuhari Messe in Japan) during the weekend, 31 March and 1