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Susan B. Shor
Sony, Toshiba Still at Odds over Next-Gen DVDs
04/21/05 10:09 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 396 Words

... several reports today are saying that rivals Sony and Toshiba , who are each touting their own standard for high-definition DVD, are discussing a standard optical disc format, the companies are distancing themselves from that statement. They both seem to have the...

Susan B. Shor
Microsoft, Intel Back Toshiba's HD-DVD
09/27/05 10:45 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 426 Words

Microsoft and Intel yesterday lined up behind Toshiba and its next-generation DVD technology , called HD DVD, in a move that seems significant because of the combined influence of the two industry giants, but which in fact, one analyst said, will likely have...

Jay Lyman
Sony Partners with IBM, Toshiba on PS3 Chip
11/29/04 10:21 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 622 Words

With IBM and Toshiba , Sony announced a new electronics chip codenamed "Cell" that will leverage multi-core processing to power the next generation of game consoles, including the PlayStation3 and other devices.

The announcement comes at the same time Sony is signaling...

Jennifer LeClaire
Toshiba, Elpida Unveil World's Fastest DRAMs
03/30/05 10:15 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 288 Words

... Toshiba and Elpida Memory both announced today high-performance DRAM (dynamic random access memory) chips they say achieve the fastest data transfer rate yet attained by any memory device. The second generation 512-megabit XDR (extreme data rate) DRAMs each have a peak operating...

Jay Lyman
Microsoft, Toshiba Seal Latest in Line of Recent IP Deals
05/16/05 10:46 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 477 Words

... the heels of last week's announced intellectual property (IP), cross-licensing deal with Japanese PC and electronics giant Toshiba , Microsoft is reportedly seeking a similar sharing agreement with Hitachi . The software giant's effort to cross-license patented technologies from the Japanese companies...

Erika Morphy
IBM, Sony, Toshiba Put Heads Together on Cell Chips
01/12/06 2:00 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 397 Words

IBM , Sony and Toshiba are launching a new phase of their joint technology development alliance that will lead to the development of advanced process technologies at 32 nanometers and beyond. Specifically, they are working on further developing the "cell" microprocessor design and...

Los Angeles Newsroom
CRM Report: Toshiba Taps Siebel, Inforte for eCRM Initiative
05/09/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 106 Words

Toshiba American Information Systems (TAIS), the independent operating subsidiary of the $52 billion Japanese computer and electronics maker, said Tuesday that...

Jay Lyman
DVD Battle Hard To Quit
05/10/05 12:12 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 579 Words

... the same time that they may be working toward a single solution for the next-generation DVD video disc, Sony and Toshiba appear to be advancing their own, separate solutions and downplaying a blending of the technologies. Industry analysts indicate that both companies...

Keith Regan
HD DVD Doomed
02/18/08 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 675 Words

... significant recent defections threatening to make what was expected to be a close and ongoing battle for next-generation DVD supremacy a rout in favor of Sony's Blu-ray format, Toshiba is reportedly close to pulling the plug on HD DVD. Toshiba has already...

Richard Adhikari
Vendors Let Fly With CES Tablet Teasers
01/03/11 11:46 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 885 Words

... looks like this year's Consumer Electronics Show will yield a bumper crop of Android tablets, with news that Vizio , Lenovo and Toshiba will demo their products at the conference later this week.
Vizio, known primarily for making flat-screen TVs,...

Jennifer LeClaire
Samsung Brings DVD Format Battle to the Marketplace
06/22/06 9:53 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 534 Words

Sony and Toshiba , two of the frontrunners in the race, will face off with competing technologies, with Samsung being the first to make Sony's Blu-ray strike against Toshiba's HD DVD possible. Samsung is coming to market next week with a Blu-ray player...

Tim McDonald
Bigger Notebooks Buck the Size Trend
07/10/02 11:15 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 652 Words

Notebook giant Toshiba unveiled a "desktop replacement" that weighs a whopping 9.6 pounds, and Cybernet Manufacturing unveiled what it calls the "world's first portable desktop PC the size of a laptop."

Basically, the reason for notebooks' recent growth in size and weight...

John P. Mello Jr.
Qosmio Notebook More Than an Entertainment Appliance
08/25/05 6:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 762 Words

... pundits contend that if Microsoft's Media Center Edition of Windows XP is going to break through the barrier between the living room and the home office , it's going to have to do it on the notebook platform . Toshiba is taking...

Gene J. Koprowski
NAND Flash Memory Expanding Beyond iPod nano
07/06/06 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 619 Words

, based in Austin, Texas, this week reached a deal to license NAND flash-memory stacking technologies to Toshiba . "Working with Staktek will support us in raising customer satisfaction," said Shozo Saito, vice president of Toshiba's semiconductor unit. "Toshiba will continue to...

Jack M. Germain
The Skinny on High-Def Formats
10/05/06 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 987 Words

Remember the format war between the Betamax and VHS video tape machines in the late 1970s? At issue is whether consumers should invest US$500 for one of Toshiba's HD DVD units or $1,000 for Samsung's Blu-ray entry. A third choice might hit...

However, if Microsoft is funding Toshiba , it likely has more to do with the fact that Toshiba has been one of its biggest supporters of late. Toshiba was the only vendor that created a special laptop, the R400, for Vista, and...

Patrick Nelson
Updating the ROM in Your Mobile Device
01/12/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 974 Words

A good example of this is a common issue whereby some Honeycomb tablets don't support ad hoc WiFi tethering that's necessary for some phones. Toshiba's Thrive's Honeycomb 3.2 operating system , for example, doesn't. So Dalepi, a member of the Toshiba...

Jennifer LeClaire
Fuel Cells Coming to an MP3 Player Near You?
09/19/05 12:02 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 439 Words

... Toshiba on Friday announced that it has developed two prototype direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) units and begun tests to validate their operation with MP3 players. A fuel cell is an electronic device similar to a battery. It produces electricity from an...

Jennifer LeClaire
Sony CEO: Blu-ray Has Hollywood on Its Side
06/26/06 10:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 579 Words

Sony is going toe to toe with Toshiba for share of the high-definition DVD marketplace. Matsushita Electric Industrial also supports Blu-ray.

On the other side is HD DVD, a newer technology with supporters like Microsoft and NEC in addition to Toshiba.

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Jennifer LeClaire
Sony to Ship First 50 GB Blu-ray Disc
10/09/06 1:40 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 471 Words

Sony Leading
Sony initially planned to launch a 50 GB Blu-ray disc in the spring, but unexplained delays stymied mass production of the mega-discs. Toshiba , which is championing the competing HD DVD format, had its own production problems earlier...

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