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Jennifer LeClaire
Toshiba Vaults 100 GB Barrier With 1.8-Inch HDD
12/05/06 11:56 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 435 Words

... a breakthrough that paves the way for higher capacity notebook computers and digital music players, Toshiba announced Tuesday that its storage device division broke the 100 GB barrier for mobile hard disk drives (HDD). A new 1.8-inch drive -- model MK1011GAH --...

Fred J. Aun
Toshiba Shows Off New Processor's Multimedia Bells and Whistles
10/04/07 11:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 559 Words

... Toshiba chose the CEATEC electronics show in Japan this week to demonstrate the capabilities of a notebook supercharged with the new "SpursEngine" processor. Journalists attending the event seemed particularly impressed with the way the Cell Broadband Engine technology enabled a laptop to...

Walaika Haskins
Toshiba Tosses Hat Into Notebook Flash Storage Ring
12/10/07 1:35 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 950 Words

... Toshiba will join the likes of SanDisk and Samsung by offering flash-based solid-state drives (SSD) for notebook PCs during the first quarter of 2008, the company announced Monday. Incorporating flash-based SSD drives instead of traditional hard disk drives into laptop computers results...

Katherine Noyes
Are Toshiba's Price Cuts HD DVD's Swan Song?
01/15/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 898 Words

HD DVD champion Toshiba canceled a press event in response , and all eyes fell on Paramount and Universal, the last major movie studios still committed to HD DVD.

Now Toshiba has announced major price cuts on all three models of its...

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...

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,...

Phil Adamsak
Toshiba TV Emits Aircraft Emergency Signal
10/19/04 10:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 383 Words

... multifunction Toshiba TV that emitted an aircraft emergency signal triggered a transcontinental chase earlier this month to an apartment in the college town of Corvallis, Oregon. When a rescue team knocked on his door, student Chris van Rossman was watching his 20-inch...

Fred J. Aun
Toshiba Starts Seeing Other Chips
05/29/07 11:32 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 566 Words

That could change, as Japanese electronics giant Toshiba confirmed Tuesday it plans to use AMD processors in some of its laptops. The deal would pull the plug on an arrangement under which the company is buying chips exclusively from Intel. While the AMD...

Kimberly Hill
Tablet Skirmish Heats Up With Toshiba Entry
09/03/10 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 601 Words

... Toshiba has announced its own entrant into the tablet market with the Folio 100, which will run on the Android 2.2 operating system . Sporting a screen just over 10 inches, the device will be larger than other early competitors to Apple's...

Erika Morphy
Toshiba Links Sales to Supply Chain with i2
10/30/02 12:16 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 478 Words

... Toshiba's Computer Systems Group is using i2's demand chain management application to offer custom-configured computer products and to ship orders to its customer base, according to Scott Hampson, vice president of operations and supply chain management at Toshiba. The application "provides...

Tina Harlan
Apple Supplier Toshiba Builds 80 GB 'Perpendicular' Drive
12/14/04 10:56 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 467 Words

The hard disk drives (HDDs), in the 1.8-inch format used by many digital music players, will come in a 40 GB version, the MK4007G, as well as an 80 GB model, the MK8007GAH. Toshiba says it will start production of the two next...

Jay Lyman
Toshiba Puts PC Control in Mobile Phones
01/19/05 10:51 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 559 Words

... giant Toshiba this week announced new software that turns mobile phones into remote access controllers for PCs , allowing users to access the Internet and e-mail with a PC desktop displayed on a handset. The software , dubbed "Ubiquitous Viewer," provides access...

John P. Mello Jr.
Toshiba's New Value-Priced Vista Notebook Shines
05/23/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 688 Words

Where should you start your shopping ? How about a new laptop ? Toshiba recently released a new series of Satellite portables that is impressive in both price and performance .

Notebooks in Toshiba's A135 series range in list price from US$900...

Jeff Meisner
Expected Sony, Toshiba Losses Rock Japanese CE Market
01/13/09 2:10 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 623 Words

Toshiba , maker of flat-screen televisions, laptops and digital video recorders, is expected to announce a $2.2 billion annual loss for the 2009 fiscal year that ends March 31. The annual loss would be Toshiba's first in seven years.

Sony acknowledged...

Susan B. Shor
Toshiba Puts Nano-Material into Fast-Charging Battery
03/30/05 1:30 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 367 Words

... new lithium-ion battery from Toshiba may hold promise for the future of electric vehicles. The electronics giant yesterday unveiled a battery that takes only a minute to recharge to 80 percent of its full strength, making it by far the fastest recharging...

Jay Lyman
Toshiba Touts Tinier 40GB Drive
08/17/05 2:30 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 649 Words

... Toshiba announced a 1.8-inch, 40 gigabyte hard disk drive today, touting the technology -- the cutting edge of disk drives under development in different sizes from competitors Seagate and Hitachi -- as a "first" that would enable consumer electronics devices to store...

Jay Lyman
Microsoft Selects Toshiba to Provide Zune Hardware
08/28/06 1:56 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 375 Words

Microsoft has signed up Toshiba to provide the hardware for its pending iPod challenger, known as Zune. In a certification submission to the Federal Communications Commission , Toshiba, maker of the industry-praised GigaBeat player, indicated the new Zune device would pack 30 gigabytes...

Tim Gray
Toshiba Jumps Into Portable Drive Fray
04/16/07 1:34 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 357 Words

... Toshiba on Monday announced it is adding a new high-capacity portable hard drive to its already well-established product roster of televisions, laptops and DVD players. The Toshiba model 200GB is a USB 2.0 portable external hard drive that comes in capacities ranging...

Katherine Noyes
SanDisk, Toshiba Unveil 56 Nanometer NAND Flash Chips
01/24/07 2:27 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 514 Words

Increasing Production
The flash chips will initially be produced at Fab 3, the 300 mm wafer fabrication facility at Toshiba's Yokkaichi Operations near Nagoya, Japan. By year's end, a new 300 mm facility, dubbed "Fab 4" and now under...

Richard Adhikari
Toshiba Making Passes at 3D TV Without Glasses
08/24/10 11:59 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 782 Words

... Toshiba has reportedly confirmed it is working on technology for a 3-D television set that won't require viewers to use special glasses. However, details are scant, and the company declined to say when such TVs will hit the market.

Toshiba isn't...

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