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Samsung Announces 128GB UFS Storage For Smartphones

We've first heard about plans to adopt UFS (Universal Flash Storage) with the announcements of Toshiba and Qualcomm reported over a year ago. While the promised late 2014 schedule seems to have been missed, and we still haven't seenShow More Summary

Watch Out! Your Computer Probably has Spyware Courtesy of the US Government!

Apparently the US National Security Agency (NSA) “has figured out how to hide spying software deep within hard drives made by Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba and other top manufacturers...

Back To Uni: 15% Off Selected Laptops, Vodafone $50 4GB SIM, Up To $150 Gift Card With Apple Mac, More!

The break is over and it’s time to get back to studying — and what better way to start the new year than with some shiny new gear? Scroll down to see some great deals from Samsung, Toshiba, Apple, Vodafone and more that will have you connected in no time. More »      

Toshiba Achieves Record Areal Density in 2.5-Inch HDDs

Toshiba announced that it has eclipsed the one terabit per square inch (1Tbit/in2) threshold, which is a significant breakthrough for HDD density.

iPhone Screens May Soon Be Made by Japan Display Inc.

Apple and Japan Display Inc. are reportedly in talks to build a partnership where the latter will manufacture screens for the iPhone. Japan Display Inc. is an LCD technology joint venture by Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi. Source It is well...Show More Summary

Toshiba previews three new cameras for Google's Project Ara

Toshiba just previewed prototypes for some of the first third-party Project Ara modules. Toshiba, who has partnered with Google on the modular smartphone project, recently unveiled three new camera modules for the latest prototype. See...Show More Summary

Project Ara Inches Closer To Reality—It's Got A Camera Module Now

Project Ara is Google’s effort to create an affordable, modular smartphone that you can customize like a set of Lego bricks. And the once experimental project is edging closer to reality with the debut of its first module, a Toshiba camera. Show More Summary

Toshiba touts prototype camera modules for Project Ara phone, has big plans for the platform

Google Inc.’s Project Ara, a modular smartphone with interchangeable components, is based on an open platform that allows third-party vendors to create modules for the phone. One such third-party vendor, Toshiba Corporation, has unveiled its plans for interchangeable camera modules … Continue reading ?

The Equation Group: Your Hard Drive is Watching you

The U.S. National Security Agency has figured out how to hide spying software deep within hard drives made by Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba and other top manufacturers, giving the agency the means to eavesdrop on the majority ofShow More Summary

NSA has ability to embed spying software in computer hard drives, including yours

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The agency can hide software deep within hard drives made by Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba and other top manufacturers, reports Kaspersky Labs. Read the rest

Toshiba shows off prototypes of its Project Ara camera modules

Google's Project Ara modular smartphone effort will get some third party help from companies like Toshiba. It recently showed off some early prototypes of camera modules that can be used with the current Spiral 2 design of the smartphone.

Toshiba Portege Z20t: Australian Review

Toshiba’s Portege laptops have always been thin and light. Really thin and light. They’re known for their ultraportable and small form factors, business-friendly designs and impressive feats of battery life. That same trend continues...Show More Summary

Toriotoko

Filmed and edited by Toshiba Mitsuko, check this quick transmission outta Japan. The post Toriotoko appeared first on Transworld Skateboarding.

Toshiba Chromebook 2: A Feast for the Eyes

Chromebooks are often viewed as a low cost alternative to Windows laptops, and as such they are frequently a victim of the race to the bottom, where the manufacturers chase every penny possible in order to keep the price down. Along the way, that typically means the display quality takes a big hit. Show More Summary

Toshiba packs NUMERIC KEYPAD onto self-bricking USB stick

You need the keys to enter your PIN and unlock the 256-bit crypto Toshiba has released a range of USB sticks boasting numeric keypads.…

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