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Peter Suciu
2013: Chip Makers to Go All In
01/02/13 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 952 Words

Sony and Toshiba , for example, are expected to increase purchases next year, according to IHS iSuppli. Sony is expected to purchase some US$8.4 billion worth of semiconductors -- up nearly 5 percent from 2012 -- while Toshiba will make a less risky...

Richard Adhikari
Apple Swimming in Sales as iPad 2 Supplies Run Dry
03/16/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 922 Words

Operations at major manufacturers, including Toshiba and Sony, have been reduced because of widespread power shortages resulting from the quakes. Sony makes various electronics products and components, including semiconductor lasers and lithium-ion batteries.

Toshiba, a major exporter of computer chips ,...

Richard Adhikari
3-D Mania Today, Format Skirmishes Tomorrow?
01/07/10 12:00 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 762 Words

... television has been hot this week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, where Sony , Panasonic , Toshiba , JVC Kenwood and Samsung were among the consumer electronics companies announcing new products in this line. Sony's Bravia line will...

Paul Hartsock
Apple Homes In on the iPod's Next Conquests
09/11/09 9:05 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1854 Words

But the new player, the BDX2000, comes from Toshiba . That's the company that championed the HD-DVD format years ago -- the company that went to battle against Sony's Blu-ray and lost. The casualties of that war were many dollars spent by early...

Chris Maxcer
Apple, Acer Battle for Third Spot in US PC Market
07/17/08 1:34 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 506 Words

Gartner's Take
In the U.S., Gartner reported shipments similar to IDC's: Dell moved 5,254,000 PCs, HP 4,166,000, Apple 1,397,000, Acer 1,331,000, and Toshiba 907,000. In percentage growth, Apple clearly led the pack with 38.1 percent growth, while Acer, which included...

Richard Adhikari
Panasonic Launches 32 GB SD Card Speed Demon
02/13/08 11:21 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 474 Words

In January, Toshiba released a 32 GB SD card to the market.

SanDisk unveiled a 32 GB SD card in its SanDisk Ultra II line on January 31 at the photo industry's PMA 08 international convention in Las Vegas.

However,...

Rob Enderle
Zune's Success and the MP3 Player Future, Blu-ray Is Sony's Iraq, Product of the Week
12/03/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1493 Words

Products that sold through were the Amazon Kindle, the low-end Toshiba HD-DVD player and the 80 GB Zune. I kind of expected the Toshibas would sell well, but was surprised how well the Kindle and Zune did, which had me considering what all...

Chris Maxcer
HD DVD Takes Holiday Jab at Blu-ray With Sub-$100 Players
11/02/07 11:33 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 592 Words

Wal-Mart stores across the U.S. held a special promotional HD DVD player sale this week, offering Toshiba's HD-A2 DVD player for a mere US$98.87. The sale was part of Wal-Mart's Secret In-Store Specials promotion designed to jump-start the holiday buying season. Wal-Mart's...

Jennifer LeClaire
Gates Focuses on Digital Decade at CES Keynote
01/08/07 1:17 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 714 Words

The Hardware Play
Several new Vista-powered PCs from HP , Toshiba , Sony and Medion were unveiled, including Toshiba's Portege R400 -- a mobile PC that incorporates connectivity and display technologies to provide access to e-mail and appointments.

"The...

Jennifer LeClaire
Hybrid HD DVD/Blu-ray Products to Debut
01/04/07 11:15 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 523 Words

The company initially planned to launch the product last year, then withdrew in what Downey figured were production delays. Toshiba faced similar delays with its initial attempt at an HD DVD player last summer.

Despite the delays, LG can claim first-to-market status...

Jennifer LeClaire
Samsung Fixing Blu-ray Player Image Problems
09/15/06 1:53 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 530 Words

Toshiba and Microsoft support the competing HD DVD format in a struggle that is turning out to be reminiscent of the Beta versus VHS battle. The Toshiba camp suffered a setback in July, when a production delay caused the company to postpone...

Jay Lyman
DVD Dichotomy Hits the Market
06/16/06 1:25 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 597 Words

The other high-definition DVD format, HD DVD, is available from Toshiba in the recently-released HD-A1 player.

The latest DVD devices, at US$1,000 for the Samsung and $500 for the Toshiba, are priced far, far away from today's DVD players, but the early...

Jennifer LeClaire
Sony Delays Blu-ray Disc Shipments
05/04/06 1:11 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 556 Words

Toshiba , on the other hand, supports HD DVD, a newer technology . Toshiba rolled out its first players using the HD DVD video format in late March, beating Blu-ray to market. Both sides have lined up substantial hardware manufacturing and content-provider...

Jay Lyman
HD-DVD, Blu-ray Closer to Consumer Showdown
01/05/06 10:48 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 497 Words

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates upped the ante, declaring in his keynote address that the Xbox 360 game console will feature functionality with HD-DVD -- the format backed by Toshiba , which demonstrated an HD-DVD disc player of its own at the show today.

Jay Lyman
HD-DVD Format Suffers Another Delay
12/13/05 10:49 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 456 Words

... HD-DVD next-generation video disc format may be losing one of its biggest advantages over the competing Blu-ray format. Toshiba admitted this week that the Japanese launch of its HD-DVD player has been postponed in the latest of a continuing string of delays.

Jennifer LeClaire
Matsushita President Puts Foot Down on DVD Standard
05/19/05 9:14 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 393 Words

... president of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. put his foot down today, leaving it up to Toshiba to yield its position in discussions over a unified format for next-generation DVD technology . Kunio Nakamura said his company -- and its partner Sony --...

Rob Enderle
Lessons Learned from Transmeta's Death and Rebirth
04/04/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1274 Words

Rebuilding the Wave
After this, Transmeta slowly built up more and more vendor interest, capturing Sony , Toshiba , and HP in what were market-leading products in various segments. Their first offering, the Crusoe, was adequate for Windows 2000 and...

Brad Cook
Apple Joins BDA, Throws Weight Behind Blu-Ray
03/14/05 12:00 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 833 Words

The DVD Forum -- founded in 1995 by Hitachi, Matsushita, Mitsubishi, Pioneer, Philips, Sony, Thomson, Time-Warner, Toshiba and Victor Company of Japan -- defines DVD specifications and promotes acceptance of the medium, but it does not require members to adhere to one format...

Jay Lyman
Tech Trio Touts 'Supercomputer on a Chip'
02/07/05 1:50 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 570 Words

... technology giants -- IBM , Sony and Toshiba -- today took the wraps off of their jointly developed, much-hyped "Cell" chip , which the companies claim to be "effectively a supercomputer on a chip." A prototype was unveiled today at the International...

Jay Lyman
Microsoft's New Voice-Command Software Gets Heard
10/30/03 2:57 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 572 Words

Microsoft's announcement comes on the heels of a new Pocket PC release from Toshiba that touted voice-command capabilities.

Toshiba added voice-control and text-to-speech software to its new consumer-oriented Pocket PC e400 and the high-end e800 series, enabling users to open applications...

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