Toshiba said it will soon begin mass producing a new type of 64Gbit NAND flash that is the smallest and fastest in its class, though it still lags rival Samsung Electronics in the development of an even denser flash technology. Toshiba...Show More Summary
While Apple's 15" MacBook Pro was the first consumer notebook to gain a Retina-level display nearly a year ago, it is no longer the only such offering, as Google's Chromebook Pixel with its 12.85" 2560x1700 display and Toshiba's Kirabook...Show More Summary
More Info Toshiba's Kirabook rocks a 2,560 x 1,440 display, arrives May 12th starting at $1,600 Toshiba Kirabook hands-on Chromebook Pixel review It's not like Toshiba is new to laptops -- it's been making them for decades -- but for whatever reason, consumers don't seem to trust the company with top-shelf products. Show More Summary
Here’s the latest standards and compliance news affecting corporate environmental and energy executives. Today’s briefing includes seven items. Samsung, Hewlett Packard, Panasonic, Toshiba, Dell and other electronics companies have called...Show More Summary
Toshiba's luxurious Kirabook is the first Windows laptop to feature a display rivaling Apple’s Retina technology. The Kirabook is also thinner and much lighter than Apple’s MacBook Pro, and it’s outfitted with a touchscreen. But although...Show More Summary
Price, Intel's impending refresh, desktop scaling undermine likable Ultrabook.
With Toshiba Corporation’s recent announcement that Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has selected the firm’s proposal for a smart metering communications system and associated meter data management system (MDMS), Landis+Gyr is poised to undertake its indispensable role for the world’s largest smart grid project. Show More Summary
Toshiba's new flagship Ultrabook is aimed at grabbing the high-end of the market.
'Intel and Microsoft will save us' Global notebook sales may be in the crapper, but according to the chairman of the company manufacturing notebooks for Acer, Dell, Toshiba, HP, and others, the bluebird of sales-revenue happiness will sing again in the second half of this year.…
Laptop manufacturers have been in the process of upgrading their current product lines to feature Full HD screens, which are capable of a 1920 x 1080 resolution, which has certainly impressed us in the past considering how visually pleasing it [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Toshiba throws their hat into the high-end ultrabook ring with this 13.3" gem featuring a 2560x1440 IPS display.
Toshiba Corp. has announced that it will work with Tokyo Electric Power Co. to create a communication system for the utility’s smart meter rollout of 27 million units in the next decade. via Renew Grid: Content / New & Noteworthy / Toshiba Supplying Communication System For 27 Million Smart Meters.
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Just in case you didn't have enough content options from the likes of Roku and your cable set top box, Toshiba has partnered with Rovi to integrate the DivX Plus Streaming codec into a new line of TVs. The streaming format promises enhanced...Show More Summary
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Toshiba Corp forecast a 34 percent jump in operating profit for this fiscal year, boosted by strong gains in its flash memory chip division as well as steady growth in its social infrastructure business.
Today, we got our hands on the Toshiba KIRA, an “aspirational/luxury” Windows 8 touchscreen ultrabook that will retail for $1700. Boasting a “Pixel Pure” 13.3in touchscreen display with a native resolution of 2560×1440 pixels and a durable “honeycomb-structured” magnesium alloy chassis, the unit is clearly aimed at the fancy-pants demographic. More »
DTS Equips Toshiba's New KIRAbook™ Premium Ultrabook™ with DTS Studio Sound™ Audio Enhancement Solutions for High Performance Sound CALABASAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- DTS, Inc. ( NAS: DTSI ), a leader in high-definition audio solutions...Show More Summary
After initially appearing on a benchmark, images of a Tegra 4-powered Toshiba tablet has emerged.
Put on a hat and pour yourself a mint julep because it’s post time for this week’s smart grid derby. Our stable of winners includes Toshiba, selected to help TEPCO with its smart meter deployment, and Echelon, which has a gig in Zimbabwe. Scroll down and jump over to page 2 to see who else Continue reading ?
Apple’s 15 inch laptop costs $1800 while a Toshiba laptop with comparable specs costs 40-50% less. Toshiba should be killing Apple: Same specs at half price. But it’s the other way around. Why? Two Markets, Two Approaches Apple and Toshiba might be selling similar products but they sell them to very different markets. Toshiba sells [...]Show More Summary