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Rob Enderle
Microsoft Opens CES With Vista, Kicks Apple Butt, and Has Fun Doing It!
01/08/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1651 Words

In this case, HP and Toshiba both presented prototype PCs designed to showcase collaboration between Microsoft and these vendors with regard to what a Vista machine should look like. This is something that comes naturally to Apple, but -- because there is so...

Walaika Haskins
Blu-ray Chases HD DVD Into the Bargain Basement
06/04/07 1:23 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 632 Words

In the other corner is Toshiba's competing format, HD DVD, behind which Fuji Intel , HP , Microsoft , NEC, Paramount RCA, Sanyo have aligned.

Like the VHS vs. Sony's Betamax format wars during the early 1980s, which Sony lost, the...

Katherine Noyes
Microsoft Shaves $20 Off Xbox HD DVD Price
07/26/07 3:44 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 840 Words

In addition, in an extension of Toshiba's "Perfect Offer" of five free HD DVD discs -- previously exclusive to Toshiba HD DVD Players -- consumers who purchase the Xbox 360 HD DVD player between Aug. 1 and Sept. 30 will be able...

Rob Enderle
CES Thoughts: Microsoft's Future, Intel and AMD, Can HD DVD Recover? Product of the Week
01/14/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1566 Words

It is possible, if not probable, for Toshiba and HD DVD to actually benefit, if not come back from this, and I thought it interesting to discuss how.

Finally, we'll end with my product of the week -- well, in this case,...

Jeff Meisner
SanDisk Shakes Off Samsung's Second Shot at Takeover
09/17/08 1:58 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 598 Words

So, Samsung, SanDisk and Toshiba are selling chips at below the cash cost of making them."

The Time for a Deal Is Now
Samsung's $5.85 billion offer for SanDisk comes out to about $26 per share, a significant premium over...

Rob Enderle
How Apple Promoted Samsung's Galaxy Tab and Other Weird Tales
12/19/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2 Words

This time it's from Toshiba , and it appears to be the best one yet.

Apple Promoting the Galaxy Tablet
Apple has been aggressively going after Samsung's Galaxy tablet. At the heart of this is Steve Jobs' belief that Android...

David Halperin
Computing Invades the Living Room
02/07/04 2:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 992 Words

A good example of this last trend is the hard disk. Toshiba raised the bar when it released high-capacity 1.8-inch diameter drives. According to Alfred Hermida, a BBC News online technology editor, "the number of hard drives in consumer electronics gadgets is...

John P. Mello Jr.
A Notebook that Mixes Pleasure with Business
06/02/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 742 Words

And then there's Toshiba's Satellite M45 notebook series.

If you want to mix entertainment with business , the M45 has an excellent set of features and components that will allow you to do both -- and at a good price,...

Susan B. Shor
Next-Generation DVDs and Beyond Still in Flux
05/27/05 11:31 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 531 Words

... Sony and Toshiba jockey for position in the next-generation DVD battle, storage company Iomega looks farther into the future. Sony, backer of the Blu-ray high-definition DVD format, and Toshiba, backer of rival HD-DVD, have been going head-to-head for three years over which...

Jay Lyman
Microsoft Moves Into Midst of DVD Format War
06/27/05 11:42 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 565 Words

... the two sides pushing different standards for the next-generation DVD format continue to send mixed signals on a unified technology , Microsoft and Toshiba announced today they would be collaborating to create products compatible with the HD DVD format, which is competing...

Rob Enderle
Leopard Launch Wrap, HD DVD vs. Blu-ray, Next-Gen PC Security, Product of the Week
11/05/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1479 Words

We were expecting it to be off-brand Chinese players, but it looks like Toshiba products are the ones that will be hitting stores in massive volumes in prices ranging from $170 to $200 for their previous- and current-generation low-end HD DVD products.


Walaika Haskins
MS Holds Fire Sale for Xbox HD DVD Add-On
02/07/08 3:03 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 626 Words

The price cut comes just a few weeks after Toshiba dropped the price on its three HD DVD standalone players to $149 from $299. That move followed a Warner Bros. announcement that the movie studio would distribute films on the Sony-backed Blu-ray format...

ECT News Staff
'DVD Jon' Wipes Out iTunes DRM, Judge Shuts Down Wikileaks, Microsoft Embraces Open Source
02/22/08 9:35 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1429 Words

Format War Ends
Toshiba finally raised a white flag in the high-definition DVD format war, ceding victory to Sony's Blu-ray. The surrender followed a series of painful blows to Toshiba's HD DVD format, which included announcements of Blu-ray support by...

Harry Wang
NAND Flash in Media Players: Hot on the Heels of HDD
04/15/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 831 Words

Battle Lines
1.8-inch HDD makers, mainly Toshiba , Hitachi , Seagate, and newcomer Samsung , are fully aware of the threat the NAND flash is posing to their HDD business for portable CE market. Therefore, their battle strategies include the...

ECT News Staff
eBay, Craigslist Soap Opera Unfolds
05/02/08 9:29 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1927 Words

Battle Scars
The demise of HD DVD has left Toshiba battered and bruised -- it reported a whopping 95 percent profit drop in the January-to-March fiscal fourth quarter, down to a mere $12 million dollars. In the same period a...

Ned Madden
Green IT, Part 2: The Orange Greenhouse
02/17/09 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1770 Words

In October 2008, the American Electronics Association Orange County Council (AeA OC) hosted, along with a group called Orange County Innovation, the "Innovation & Globalization in Green" conference where Irvine-based Toshiba America Information Systems (TAIS) gave out its second annual "Toshiba Green...

David Vranicar
Can the Olympics Muzzle Social Media?
04/18/12 8:52 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 659 Words

Toshiba Throws $850M IBM's Way
Toshiba will spend $850 million to buy IBM's point-of-sale business , according to a Wednesday article from BBC .

According to the article,

POS systems are used by retailers to process transactions, manage...

David Vranicar
NSA Succumbs to Government Shutdown
10/03/13 4:31 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 607 Words

Toshiba Wants in on UK Nuke Power
The chief executive of Japanese Toshiba said that the company wants a majority stake in British nuclear consortium NuGen.

Toshiba believes it could secure orders for 29 new nuclear reactors by March...

Richard Adhikari
Google Mounts $100K Project Ara Dev Challenge
04/16/14 12:52 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 602 Words

The package will include a Unipro bridge and field-programmable gate arrays from Toshiba .

"Google wants a functional form factor module around this prototype hardware or the developer's own prototype hardware," Eremenko said. Devs must create the driver and any apps necessary...

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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