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TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp said on Friday it had filed a lawsuit against SK Hynix Inc seeking damages over the suspected leak of its flagship NAND flash memory chip technology to the South Korean rival.
By Golf Channel News(The following edited content was supplied by Golf Channel in a news release.)Golf Channel and NBC Sports will provide 20 hours of live TV coverage of the Valspar Championship this week from Innisbrook Resort & Golf...Show More Summary
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo police will probe a suspected leak of Toshiba Corp technology to a South Korean company that relates to the top Japanese chipmaker's flagship memory chips, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Thursday.
(Credit: Sterneck) A class action lawsuit against nuclear suppliers General Electric, Toshiba and Hitachi has ballooned to more than 4,000 claimants who are seeking damages over the Fukushima atomic disaster.
Thousands sue nuclear giants over Japan Fukushima disaster (via AFP) A class action lawsuit against nuclear suppliers General Electric, Toshiba and Hitachi has ballooned to more than 4,000 claimants who are seeking damages over the Fukushima atomic disaster, the lead lawyer said Wednesday. The claimants, hailing from…
Wall Street Breakfast Editors submit: Top Economic News Major Japanese corporations have agreed to raise base salaries for their workers for the first time in six years, including Toyota (TM), Honda (HMC) and Toshiba (OTCPK:TOSBF). The...Show More Summary
Toshiba's already spilled the beans on its 4K TV line-up for this year, and right on cue, it's just revealed the new range of 2014 LED sets that might interest us folk still clinging on to the regular HD era. The entry-level 3 series gains a number...
Late last year Toshiba announced its intentions to acquire OCZ's assets for $35 million in cash. The offer came after OCZ filed for bankruptcy, following a year of corporate challenges not to mention the difficulties of being an independent SSD manufacturer in a crowded market. Show More Summary
A while ago, a class action lawsuit was filed against 12 companies who manufactured DRAM. The lawsuit alleged that these companies – Elpida, Hitachi, Hynix, Infineon, Micron, Mitsubishi, Mosel, Nanya, NEC, Samsung, Toshiba and Winbond – had colluded with one another to fix the prices of DRAM. Show More Summary
Competition is heating up in the larger Chromebook space. Toshiba's Chromebook 13 gets reviewed and next month, Samsung's Chromebook 2 arrives; both have large displays. And Chrome for Android gains a hidden new Chromecast trick: we tell you how to enable it.
Looking for a 13.3 inch Chromebook? At the moment, you have one and only one option: Toshiba's Chromebook 13. For $299 or less, you get a solid performer with decent battery life but I hope you like plastic.
It's been over a year since Samsung released a new Chromebook, and since then the competition has been heating up: Dell, HP, Lenovo and Toshiba all sell Chrome OS devices now, as does Acer, which has been at it from day one. Accordingly, Samsung is...
Window 8 tablets have had a short and troubled life. Complicated devices, gimped operating systems and confusing advertising have all made buyers understandably wary since the operating system’s launch 18 month ago. There’s a light at the end of the tunnel, though; Toshiba’s Encore tablet runs proper Windows, and it’s small enough to be easily portable. More »
Introduced at last month's Consumer Electronics Show, the Toshiba Chromebook 13 is now available with a $299 starting price. Here's a first look at the device, which I'll be using full-time for the next few days as a real world test...
For anyone who wants to carry any data from A to B, there are a lot of solutions out there. Cloud services, while heavily dependant on internet, eliminate the need of physically carrying anything with the data in it. External hard drives offer massive amounts of storage in sizes that can often fit snugly in a pocket. Show More Summary
To say OCZ has had a tumultuous year would be putting it mildly, to say the least. The company took a brutal beating and was knocked down, but not out. Now, thanks to an acquisition by Toshiba, the newly formed and revitalized OCZ Storage Solutions, is poised and ready to make another run at enthusiasts and the enterprise. In an effort to...
By Jaret Wilson: Executive summary: ChipMOS is bidding on NAND testing from Toshiba. The emerging trend of fingerprint sensors in mobile devices should boost gold bumping revenue. The corporate restructuring process continues on track. The...Show More Summary
Japanese conglomerate Toshiba has won a turnkey order worth JPY2.8bn from the Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation (THSRC) to supply electrical and mechanical systems (E&M) for three new stations.