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Toshiba launched its new waterproof CAMILEO BW10 camcorder. This pocket-sized HD camcorder offers full 1080p HD recording capabilities with a 10x digital zoom and is waterproof up to six and a half feet under water. Other features include a 2-inch LCD screen and a lightweight design that weighs just 3.5 ounces. The... Read more...
At a recent news conference, Toshiba said it plans to launch its first tablet computer in Japan in June where it will be known as the Regza AT300. An official name for the US launch of this tablet has not been announced, though many reports believe it will be known as the Toshiba Thrive. A global launch for the tablet is expected around the... Read more...
Toshiba today announced a new self-encrypting disk technology that promises to nuke your sensitive data should it fall into the wrong hands. It's called "Wipe Technology," a proprietary suite of security functions that add a new layer of protection to data storage and IT equipment. Using Toshiba's Wipe technology, users can determine a range... Read more...
Toshiba announced a new range of high-performance business laptops that feature thin, light and highly-durable designs. Under the hood, the new Tecra and Portégé laptops feature 2nd generation Intel Core processors, 7,200 RPM hard drives or a 128GB Solid State Drive and optional AMD Radeon discrete... Read more...
Looking for a little NAND to mix in with your updated rig? Flash storage is becoming easier and easier to find these days, and Toshiba's making it even simpler. The company just announced that their NAND Flash portfolio is expanding with the availability of SmartNAND, a 24nm NAND Flash produce family. That series integrates 24nm process NAND... Read more...
Call it a passing fad, a worthless technology designed to drive up movie theater ticket prices, or the greatest thing to happen to entertainment since the Two and a Half Geeks podcast, but whatever your view on the recent 3D frenzy, we can all agree that the dorky looking glasses need to go. Nintendo proved it could be done with the successful... Read more...
The Japanese earthquake of two weeks ago has had a significant impact on the country's output of manufactured goods in every sector. As a result, the business markets are watching the company's silicon wafer and IC production carefully, with an eye towards foreseeing off any shortage-related price shocks. Easy answers and clear predictions... Read more...
HDTV evolutions have slowed somewhat. A few years ago, during the transition from CRT to LCD, there was a period of crazy rapid innovation, but now, it seems like every major TV maker is just waiting for the next big thing. 3D is definitely gaining steam, but that doesn't require too much retooling, particularly with active sets where the... Read more...
It's just a notebook, right? Well, not quite. Too many notebooks are too hard to distinguish these days, but Toshiba is doing a great job of making their newest notebook stand out. The Dynabook Qosmio T750 is a very unique machine. The internal specifications, while new, aren't totally spectacular, but the finish on... Read more...
When you generally think about storage, you think about sizes getting bigger and prices getting smaller. But there are always exceptions to the rule. Toshiba's new 1.8-inch hard drives fit that mold. They aren't the biggest, and they probably aren't the cheapest, and they definitely won't be as quick as your average... Read more...
Sony was always a huge backer of Blu-ray, right from the start. For some time, it was Toshiba (HD DVD) vs. Sony (Blu-ray), despite the fact that BD isn't actually Sony's format. But there's nothing wrong with picking a favorite and sticking with it. To start the year off, Sony has announce a new Blu-ray Disc line... Read more...
Tablets and 3D HDTVs have definitely hogged most of the spotlight in the gadget world throughout 2010. But a few other sectors have managed to do very well under dimmer limelight. E-readers and cameras have both had a big year, and with new classes of digital cameras hitting the market, Sony realizes that there's a giant opportunity to take... Read more...
2010 wasn't Tegra's banner year the way we thought it might be after seeing the Tegra 250 platform demo'd at last year's CES. There are signs, however, that 2011 may turn out differently. According to DigiTimes, multiple PC OEMs are warming up to Tegra after watching consumers ardently embrace the iPad. The success of Apple's tablet, according... Read more...
The growth in solid state drive adoption has been impressive, but it's probably not even close to finished. There are still loads of HDDs that need switched over to SSDs (in a perfect, performance-oriented world), and Toshiba is trying to take SSDs to a place where they have rarely been welcomed. The enterprise. In more recent months, enterprise... Read more...
Toshiba was forced to suspend production on its line of NAND flash memory chips at its Yokkaichi factory in Mie prefecture earlier this week due to a power failure. This factory is used solely to produce chips that are used in smartphones and other gadgets. This outage will likely affect the company's output of NAND flash memory used in tablets... Read more...
We've said it before and we'll say it again -- the netbook market isn't going anywhere, tablet PCs be damned. In fact, the netbook sector grew by two models today, courtesy of Toshiba, which just released the Mini NB500 and NB520. The more exciting of the bunch is the NB520, which features "the world's smallest Harman/Kardon speakers on a... Read more...
When you're talking hard drives, a couple of things really matter: size, reliability, and security. When you're in the enterprise, security matters more than most, and Toshiba understands that. The company has just revealed a new self-encrypting drive that's designed to Trusted Computing Group's "Oval" specification. The drive will have a... Read more...
Is it the holy grail of notebooks? It might be. Companies have contemplated dual-screen laptops for years now, and Toshiba even went so far as to produce a limited edition one earlier in the year. The Libretto W105 was definitely a unique product, and it looks like Acer has drawn inspiration from that in their newest device, the Iconia. This... Read more...
Toshiba announced the Blade X-gale SSD series of high capacity, high performance solid-state storage drives. These new drives come in capacities of 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. They tout a maximum sequential read speed of 220MB/s and a maximum sequential write speed of 180MB/s.  The drives have a small footprint and are 2.2mm thick, making... Read more...
Could it be? Another tablet? Of course, it's the year of the tablet! The next in line to pump out their best anti-iPad effort is Toshiba, with the Folio 100 actually being one of the slicker units that we have seen recently. This is another Android-based tablet, presumably to go head-to-head with Samsung's Galaxy Tab. For now, it's only shipping... Read more...
The dudes at Dell are 100 percent throwing their hat into the tablet ring, which figures to get awfully crowded in a battle royal sort of way within the next 3 to 6 months. Apple's already there, with other players to include Asus, Acer, Lenovo, Toshiba, HP, and, well, just about every company you can think of. And unlike Samsung with it's... Read more...
It's official, the iPad is a success. Of course, we already knew that (it kind of helps when you have the market virtually all to yourself), but the iPad may be an even bigger boon to Apple's bottom line than we thought. According to DisplaySearch, Apple's magical slate has helped the Cupertino firm gain significant... Read more...
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