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Plextor Introduces M6S Plus SSDs with Toshiba’s 15nm MLC NAND

Plextor this week introduced its M6S Plus SSDs that use Toshiba’s latest MLC NAND flash memory as well as a proven controller from Marvell. The new SSDs offer the same level of performance and the same feature set as their predecessors, the M6S drives introduced in 2014. Show More Summary

Toshiba to provide advanced propulsion system for Nishitetsu's new trains

Japan-based private rail service operator Nishi-Nippon Railroad (Nishitetsu) has awarded a contract to Toshiba to supply train propulsion and other key electrical systems.

Fleet of 4.77Mhz LCD laptops with 8088 CPUs still alive after 30 years

Reader has 'a couple of dozen' Toshiba T1000s still in use 24/7, and a tale of embezzlement to dazzle The can of worms we opened when we learned of the server switched off after eighteen years and ten months' service is still wriggling, as a reader has contacted us to tell of nearly 30-year-old laptops still in service.…

Toshiba Faces Tight Deadline for Restructuring Plan

Troubled electronics maker Toshiba is facing a tight deadline for mapping out a restructuring plan that has been made more difficult by the ambiguous role of the Japanese government.

Toshiba shares tank after $6 billion loss

Troubled electronics maker Toshiba has posted a loss of 710 billion yen or roughly $6 billion for the year. That’s a pretty big increase from an estimated loss of 550 billion reported in December. The news drove the stock price down 11% by the end of the trading day in Tokyo. Show More Summary

Toshiba shares plummet

Toshiba shares dipped to a more than 35-year low after the scandal-hit firm widened its annual loss forecast to a whopping $6bn. ||| Tokyo - Toshiba shares dived to a more than 35-year low on Friday after the scandal-hit firm widened its annual loss forecast to a whopping $6 billion, while a strong yen dragged the Nikkei into the red. Show More Summary

OCZ Releases Trion 150 SSD

As previewed at CES, OCZ has released an update to their budget-oriented Trion 100 SATA SSD. The Trion 150 switches from parent company Toshiba's A19nm TLC to their 15nm TLC, the densest planar NAND on the market. The transition to 15nm...Show More Summary

Sorry, Toshiba, speak up. Didn't quite hear that ... Oh, a $6bn loss amid an accounting scandal

Biggest loss in company history Life isn’t getting any easier for Toshiba: the accountancy-scandal-hit Japanese conglomerate has forecasted a wider net loss of ¥710bn ($6bn) for its fiscal year, which ends in March.…

Toshiba to lose $6bn

Toshiba has expanded its full-year loss forecast to an eye-watering $6 billion. ||| Tokyo - Toshiba said Thursday it has expanded its full-year loss forecast to an eye-watering $6 billion, as one of Japan's best-known firms accounts for an embarrassing profit-padding scandal. Show More Summary

OCZ Trion 150 SSD Firmware Tweaked To Boost Sequential Data Transfer Performance

On the surface, the OCZ Trion 150 is a revamped Trion 100 with Toshiba 15nm flash. Under the cover, OCZ tweaked the firmware to enable more sequential data transfer performance.

Toshiba sees bigger loss as restructuring costs mount

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese industrial conglomerate Toshiba Corp said it expects a bigger loss than it previously forecast amid mounting restructuring costs after a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. Toshiba said it now expected a net loss of 710 billion yen ($6.02 billion) compared with a previously expected loss of 550 billion yen. Show More Summary

Toshiba Expects Biggest-Ever Yearly Loss

The company has been cutting jobs and spinning off businesses since its fragile business portfolio was exposed by an accounting scandal.

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Hardware: Why you should buy your parents a Google Chromebook. The Wirecutter says the Toshiba Chromebook 2 is the current best bet....

Toshiba, Fujitsu, Vaio Close To Merging PC Operations [Rumor]

When you think of laptops, you might think of brands like Lenovo, HP, Dell, or Apple. While brands like Toshiba, Fujitsu, and Vaio were more popular back in the day, it’s pretty obvious that these companies have taken a backseat to the abovementioned brands in today’s market, so much so that a rumor about merging their operations has surfaced. Show More Summary

Toshiba Launches 40V N-ch Low ON-resistance Power MOSFET for Automotive Applications

Toshiba today announced the launch of a 40V N-ch power MOSFET for automobile applications, including DC-DC converters, high capacity motor drivers for electric power steering (EPS) and semiconductor relays. The latest addition.. The post Toshiba Launches 40V N-ch Low ON-resistance Power MOSFET for Automotive Applications appeared first on Gadgets, gizmos, and tech from the East.

Toshiba, Fujitsu and Vaio may be about to merge laptop ops

Japan's laptop-makers mulling combined last stand say Taiwanese sources From Taiwan, an advance on a tantalising rumour: Toshiba, Fujitsu and Vaio look to be seriously considering a merger of their laptop-making operations.…

Simplify Using the FlashAir Wi-Fi SD Card with These Apps

We’re fans of the Toshiba FlashAir Wi-FI SD card because it’s cheap and does its job well enough, but it’s still lacking some features. Lifehacker reader Chris points out that you can actually add in some functionality with third-party apps. Read more...

Toshiba Exit From HDD Business?

If Toshiba were to exit the HDD business it would leave Seagate Technology and Western Digital as the only remaining HDD companies. It is interesting to note that at the same time that Toshiba might exit HDDs, that the two other HDD companies are trying to position themselves as players in the enterprise SSD business.

Troubled Toshiba set to go all-in on NAND flash

Troubled Toshiba Corp., is set to exit the peripheral c […]

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