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IBM Launches Online B2B Procurement Service
02/08/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 645 Words

Toshiba Lighting and California Micro Devices are the first two companies signed up to use Component Knowledge.

"In my mind, the single strongest aspect of the Internet is the instantaneous, many-to-many communications capability," said Jeff Kalb, president and CEO of California...

Tim McDonald
IBM Debuts Wireless Laptop
09/07/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 458 Words

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group was founded in 1998 by Ericsson, IBM, Intel , Nokia and Toshiba. Toshiba said it will be offering a Bluetooth PC card later this...

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Daily Cybercrime and Security Report
02/23/01 11:51 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 499 Words

ZDNET: Toshiba Australia Latest DoS Attack
22-Feb-01 21:38:46 ET

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"The site was defaced with a message written by a hacker and all links to other company sites were rendered useless, the company confirmed..."

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"Toshiba was unavailable for...

Brian R. Hook
Linux and the Consumer Electronics Industry
10/28/03 4:32 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 760 Words

Some of the other CE companies involved in the forum -- which officially launched in June of this year -- are NEC, Hitachi, Royal Philips, Samsung, Sharp and Toshiba.

CELF's main activities include defining requirements for emerging technologies, collaborating on development...

Brian R. Hook
Linux and the Consumer Electronics Marketplace
11/28/03 4:32 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 760 Words

Some of the other CE companies involved in the forum -- which officially launched in June of this year -- are NEC, Hitachi, Royal Philips, Samsung, Sharp and Toshiba.

CELF's main activities include defining requirements for emerging technologies, collaborating on development...

Rob Enderle
Setting Precedent for the Next Decade: Big Battles of 2004
01/05/04 8:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1279 Words

HD-DVD: Sony vs. Toshiba

If there were ever a battle that brought back memories of BetaMax fighting against VHS, this battle over DVD standards likely will be it. (The flash-memory battle was like this too, and SecureDigital won.) Both...

Rob Enderle
Apple's Competitive Advantage
03/08/04 8:29 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1266 Words

Sony and Toshiba can come close at times, but, on average, Apple has the best-designed hardware from an aesthetics point of view of any vendor. It is amazing that, after several years, no one has been able to design a better hard-drive-based MP3...

Paul Murphy
Fast, Faster and IBM's PlayStation 3 Processor
06/17/04 6:38 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1299 Words

... years ago, IBM , Sony and Toshiba announced a partnership aimed at developing a new processor for use in digital entertainment devices like the PlayStation. Since then, the product has seen a billion dollars in development work. Two fabs, one in Tokyo...

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Panasonic Debuts Blu-Ray DVD Recorder
06/30/04 2:02 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 206 Words

According to some analyst estimates, the move should give Panasonic an edge in the battle against a rival technology supported by fellow Japanese electronics makers NEC and Toshiba.

The ability to record high-definition TV programs is becoming increasingly important as countries...

Susan B. Shor
Photo iPod in Time for Christmas, Sources Say
10/12/04 10:46 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 371 Words

Analysts, however, called the rumored upgrade "fairly likely." The rumor reporters hang their hat on the fact that Toshiba , one of Apple's biggest suppliers, announced in June that it was working on a 60 GB hard drive and that Apple was committed...

Jennifer LeClaire
Rumors Suggest Photo Ability To Be Added to iPod
10/12/04 10:51 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 445 Words

Combine Enderle's reasoning with an announcement by Toshiba's Storage Device Division in August and an iPod with photo capability seems more and more likely. Toshiba plans to introduce a family of 1.8-inch hard disk drives that feature improved shock tolerance, power...

Tina Harlan
High-Def DVD Formats Fight for Dominance
12/07/04 11:52 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 595 Words

Hollywood studios, however, are beginning to take sides. Toshiba's next-generation technology, known as HD DVD, is the format of choice for Warner Bros. Studios, Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures and New Line Cinema. Meanwhile, Sony, Dell and Samsung, among others, favor Blu-ray, a...

Jennifer LeClaire
Intel Flashes New Memory Product Plans
03/03/05 11:02 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 506 Words

The company also announced it will make flash for memory cards to tap into a revenue stream that Samsung and Toshiba are already exploiting. The flash memory market posted 33 percent growth to reach US$15.6 billion in 2004, according to market researcher IC...

Jennifer LeClaire
IBM's 'Cell' Chips To Provide All-Purpose Power
06/08/05 10:26 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 419 Words

Big Blue, Sony and Toshiba announced a US$400 million partnership four months ago to collaborate on an architecture for what is termed a system-on-a-chip (SoC) design that will be used to develop everything from handheld devices to mainframe computers. IBM said chips based...

John P. Mello Jr.
Gateway M680 Notebook Delivers Value for Business Use
06/23/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 789 Words

Controls for a media player can be accessed through function key combinations, which isn't as convenient as the media consoles found on some notebooks, such as the Toshiba Satellite M45.

Plenty of I/O
The unit's headphones and mic jacks...

Keith Regan
Japanese Mobile Song-ID Feature Hints at M-Commerce Future
06/14/05 10:28 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 749 Words

The service will be supported through three handsets: the W32SA by Sanyo and A5511T by Toshiba , both of which feature embedded TV tuners, and the W31T from Toshiba, which will support only the non-TV applications. All KDDI subscribers are being given...

Jennifer LeClaire
Report Says Tablet PC Market Is Accelerating
07/29/05 9:54 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 452 Words

Acer, Fujitsu, HP , Motion Computing and Toshiba were among the leaders in 2004 tablet PC shipments.

In-Stat analysts said availability of an integrated next-generation tablet PC operating system in Microsoft's Longhorn operating system would have a significant impact on tablet...

Jay Lyman
HD-DVD Delays Add to Format's Woes
09/01/05 12:15 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 486 Words

... Toshiba , the main backer of a next-generation DVD disc format known as HD-DVD, has signaled it will not ship its players based on the technology before the end of the year, leading some analysts to doubt the format's ability to compete...

Susan B. Shor
Samsung Avoids Battle, Plans Dual-Format DVD Player
09/07/05 10:15 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 483 Words

No Resolution in Sight
Sony , the leading backer of the Blu-ray high-definition DVD format, and Toshiba , the leading backer of rival HD-DVD, have been going head-to-head for more than three years over which format should prevail. Samsung said...

Jay Lyman
IBM Power.org Opens Hardware
10/24/05 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 745 Words

Jim Trounson, a Power.org watcher and hopeful developer of the coming Cell processor -- jointly developed by IBM, Sony and Toshiba -- told LinuxInsider that, while Power.org encourages community and open development, it is not open-source hardware.

"Members seem to have...

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