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Richard Adhikari
Toshiba Thrive Arrives on App-Starved Honeycomb Scene
07/08/11 12:00 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 752 Words

... mega-retailer Best Buy will carry the Toshiba Thrive Android tablet at its online and brick-and-mortar stores this weekend. Toshiba Thrive

"I can confirm that we're going to have in-store availability starting July 10," Best Buy spokesperson Jeremy Baier told TechNewsWorld.

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James Maguire
Toshiba, NEC Enter Next-Gen DVD Format Fray
08/26/02 11:11 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 567 Words

In the latest maneuver, Toshiba and NEC have announced that they are planning to introduce a new format for next-generation DVDs that will be incompatible with formats proposed by Sony and others.

The next-generation format will compete with a standard called Blu-ray,...

Jennifer LeClaire
Toshiba Topples Dell in Global Notebook Battle
06/03/02 4:14 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 590 Words

And in the latest chapter of the ongoing battle for notebook supremacy, Toshiba has toppled Dell in the worldwide market. Toshiba's global market notebook sales rose 19.3 percent in the first quarter of the year, according to research firm IDC . Dell's notebook...

Mike Martin
Toshiba Gambles Its Glasses-Free 3D TV Tech Is Good Enough
01/05/11 12:49 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 591 Words

With a 3D-equipped laptop today and 3D television on the way, Toshiba is taking the glasses off. At this week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world's sixth largest flat panel TV manufacturer introduces an LCD 3D display that dispenses with the glasses at...

Richard Adhikari
Toshiba 3D TV Ditches Glasses but Demands Tight Seating
10/04/10 1:20 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 901 Words

... Toshiba on Monday announced what it claims are the world's first LCD TVs that render three-dimensional (3D) images without the need for glasses. Toshiba's new 3D Regza GL1 series of 3D TVs don't require glasses.

The new Glasses-less 3D Regza GL1...

Richard Adhikari
Toshiba's Franken-Net-Tablet: It's Alive
06/21/10 10:56 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 671 Words

... Toshiba on Monday unveiled the Libretto W100, a limited-edition ultra-mobile concept PC. It has dual touchscreens and runs Windows 7. The Toshiba Libretto W100

The W100 is the latest in Toshiba's Libretto line of subnotebooks. It has two 7-inch diagonal multitouch...

Paul A. Greenberg
Toshiba Launches $2.3B Internet Business Initiative
02/15/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 438 Words

... electronics giant Toshiba Corp. announced a $2.3 billion (US$) initiative Monday that will target electronic commerce and Internet content businesses. The three-year investment will create i-Value Creation, a new arm of the company that is scheduled to debut on April 1st. The...

Richard Adhikari
Toshiba Kisses the Blu-ray Ring
09/04/09 11:13 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 509 Words

... Toshiba unveiled its first Blu-ray disc player on Thursday at the IFA consumer electronics trade fair in Berlin. The announcement comes less than one month after Toshiba applied for membership in the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) and announced it will introduce products...

Fred J. Aun
Rivals Sony, Toshiba to Become PS3 Chipmates
10/18/07 11:45 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 677 Words

The company is selling to Toshiba its fabrication facilities in Nagasaki, Japan, a deal expected to take place by the end of March. Production of semiconductors, including the Cell Broadband Engine used in the PlayStation 3, will continue at the plant under a...

Paul Hartsock
Toshiba Gives HDTVs New Tricks
01/08/09 10:49 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 532 Words

... Toshiba kicked off its CES press conference by reminding the audience of the ad space it bought right underneath the ball at last week's New Year's Eve celebration in Times Square. Perhaps the company liked the idea of kissing 2008 good-bye --...

Chris Maxcer
Plan B for Toshiba: The Low-Cost Road to High Definition
08/18/08 1:57 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 638 Words

... losing the high-definition DVD format war to Sony's Blu-ray, Toshiba is digging in around the standard definition DVD market. The company has launched a new upscaling DVD player, the XD-E500, which promises to bring standard DVD quality closer to high-definition (HD) than...

Jim Offner
Toshiba Surrenders
02/19/08 10:43 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 890 Words

That outlook was assured Tuesday when Toshiba officially backed away from the HD DVD format against Sony's heavily fortified Blu-ray technology .

The Blu-ray format had gathered momentum in recent months, having won over a number of major film studios, including Warner...

Jennifer LeClaire
Toshiba Lifts Lid on 200 GB Hard Disk Drive
06/06/06 10:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 578 Words

... Toshiba on Monday announced a 2.5-inch hard disk drive (HDD) that uses perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR) technology to boost the industry's largest 200 GB capacity with only two platters. Perpendicular recording technology is capable of delivering up to 10 times the storage...

David Jones
Toshiba Plunges on Massive Nuclear Writedown, Earnings Delay
02/15/17 11:34 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 461 Words

... Toshiba shares fell 8 percent on Tuesday as the company took a US$6.3 billion writedown related to its struggling nuclear power business and delayed the release of its fiscal third-quarter earnings. Shigenori Shiga, Toshiba's chairman and representative executive officer, resigned effective Wednesday,...

Jeff Meisner
SanDisk, Toshiba Deal Addresses Memory Chip Glut
10/20/08 11:59 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 567 Words

... chip maker SanDisk announced Monday it will sell almost one-third of its manufacturing capacity to Toshiba for about $1 billion. The deal comes at a time when the market for memory chips faces severe oversupply. SanDisk and Tokyo-based Toshiba have been in...

Walaika Haskins
Toshiba Crams Full-Bodied Features Into Skinny New Notebook
06/18/08 2:15 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 932 Words

... race for the thinnest, lightest notebook in the land continued Tuesday with the debut of Toshiba's Portege R500-S5007V. The latest model adds a 128 GB solid-state drive (SSD) -- the only one available on the market, according to the computer maker.

Mike Pearson
Toshiba Finds a Spot at the Blu-ray Lunch Table
08/11/09 8:59 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 415 Words

... Toshiba's announcement 18 months ago that it was dropping the HD-DVD format was the anticlimatic thud that ended the DVD format wars, Tuesday's announcement by the Japanese technology company that it would join the Blu-ray Disc Association was little more than...

Tim Gray
Toshiba Slashes HD DVD Sales Targets
06/12/07 1:49 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 491 Words

... maker Toshiba lowered its sales target for high-definition DVD players and recorders based on slumping sales figures in the United States. The Tokyo-based company now expects to sell 1 million of its optical disc players in the country by the end of...

John P. Mello Jr.
Toshiba's Super-Fast SD Cards Address Chicken and Egg Problem
07/17/13 12:52 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 688 Words

That is, they were absent until Tuesday, when Toshiba announced plans to deliver a new line of SD cards using UHS-II technology to the market this fall. The advance notice gives device makers time to start designing products that support the swifter read,...

Jim Offner
Toshiba Profit Free-Falls on HD DVD Demise
04/25/08 11:57 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 498 Words

... Toshiba reported a 95 percent drop in profit in the January-March fiscal fourth quarter, blaming its loss in the high-definition format war that pitted its HD DVD format against Sony's Blu-ray. Toshiba reported a 1.25 billion yen (US$12 million) profit for the...

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