If you happen to be shopping in Japan anytime soon, prepare yourself. You may run into the stuff of nightmares. Toshiba has just installed Aiko Chihira, a humanoid greeter robot, at Tokyo’s Mitsukoshi department store. They…
Toshiba Corp. has unveiled their humanoid robot in an upscale department store in Tokyo to provide audio guidance to customers.
You might recall that last year during CEATEC, we reported that Toshiba was working on a humanoid robot called Aiko Chihira. Unlike most robots which look, well, robot-like, Aiko Chihira is very humanoid in its appearance which you can see for yourself in the video above that was uploaded by the Hindustan Times. Show More Summary
Toshiba plans to roll out a transportable hydrogen power generator later this year that doesn’t produce carbon dioxide in the process.
Ever booted up a PC with a solid state drive? It’s almost a religious experience. The speed is hard to believe until you’ve tried it. An SSD is probably the single most noticeable upgrade for non-gamers. Most people don’t really notice...Show More Summary
Toshiba today announced the development of an innovative low power control technology for microcontrollers supporting multi-sensor wearable devices. Applied to an activity monitoring application using Toshiba’s TZ1001MBG microcontroller...Show More Summary
Toshiba today announced the new Portégé R30 laptop, a premium ultraportable Windows laptop powered by 4th Generation Intel Mobile Performance processor. It comes with a built-in DVD drive and it is only about one inch thin and starts at just 3.2 pounds and backed by the Toshiba Quality Guarantee. The Portege R30 has an […]
Today, Toshiba announced they are expanding their portfolio of products designed for Small and Medium-sized Businesses to include the Portégé R30 laptop. Starting at just 3.2 pounds and about one inch thin, this is a premium ultraportable PC that offers the ultimate in mobility and unparalleled performance. Users will enjoy a wealth of features including... Read more
With the consumer good's industry getting increasingly competitive, Japan's well known consumer brands like Sony are putting a bigger emphasis on supplying parts to automakers for the chance of higher profit margins. Continue reading...Show More Summary
Toshiba recently expanded its TZ5000 line of processors with four new chips that focus on IoT devices, streaming sticks and wearables, as well as other products that don’t have strenuous performance demands. The new chips are: TZ5010XBG, TZ5011XBG, TZ5021XBG and TZ5023XBG. The TZ5010XBG and TZ5011XBG will have dual-core 1.0 GHz Cortex-A9 CPUs along with a […]
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Micron and Intel, and separately Toshiba, have revealed that solid state drives (SSDs) as large as 10 terrabytes will be available to manufacturing partners as early as next year. Ultimately, it’s still pretty early days for the multi-layer...Show More Summary
Chip makers usually try to add extra storage capacity by packing greater numbers of transistors onto their flat checkerboard-style circuitry grids. But now they’re getting smarter – they’re stacking transistors in three dimensions, and that should lead to an exponential … Continue reading ?
Toshiba launched four new chips focused on IoT devices and wearables that contain both ARM and Imagination IP.
Toshiba announced its new 3D NAND is sampling today. Is Samsung finally about to have some competition?
Today must be the busiest day in the world of NAND. Earlier today, Toshiba announced that it has begun shipments of its 48-layer 128Gbit 3D NAND part and now a few hours later Intel and Micron held a joint webinar that revealed a few new details about the companies' 3D NAND process. Show More Summary
The 3D NAND race is heating up. Samsung has been shipping its 3D NAND products for over six months now, but so far we have known very little about the others' 3D NAND technology. With today's announcement, Toshiba is shedding some light...Show More Summary
Toshiba has launched its 3D NAND salvo by announcing that it is sampling 48-layer BiCS 3D NAND with a 128 Gb die.
OCZ Storage Solutions, a Toshiba Group Company, released the new Vector 180 series today.
You may have been tempted to put your cat in a copy machine at one time or another, but this is taking that urge to a whole new level! The Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW) in Germany has a Toshiba Aquilon CX CT-scanner that can accommodate patients up to around 300 kilograms. Show More Summary