Toshiba’s new laptops and tablets will be available in the $300 to $400 range.
Toshiba jumps on the Haswell bandwagon with new touch-oriented devices.
Three new tablets will use the Android operating system and feature Nvidia Tegra processors.
Toshiba’s new flagship Ultrabook is aimed at grabbing the high-end of the market.
PC shipments fell off the proverbial cliff in the first quarter of 2013, according to IDC, with their biggest drop ever in recorded history.
If you’ve got $40K burning a hole in your pocket and a hankering for a truly massive TV equipped with so ultimate a high definition resolution that there’s almost no content available to honestly satisfy all of those lovely 8,294,400 pixels, Samsung’s got a TV for you.
The deal will help Flash memory to disrupt hard drives in enterprise data centers.
Hyundai, Pioneer, and other companies are supporting MHL connectors in cars.
Toshiba has debuted a new, stunning 84-inch television that will challenge Sony and LG in the high-end 4K TV market.
Consumers are adopting smartphones, tablets and other digital gear in increasing numbers.
And we thought it was just big U.S. window-manufacturing corporations that the European Union targeted in antitrust-like investigations.
Apparently, Apple sells more than products preceded by the letter ”I.”
Now is a horrible time for Intel to delay Windows 8 tablets with the latest processors — but that’s exactly what’s happening, according to Bloomberg.
Toshiba has a bevy of tablets and laptops ready to launch for the back-to-school season. It’s early to the game, for sure, as school isn’t even out of session yet for this year. But most of the products won’t ship until June, after school lets out. That gives you a lot of time to plan your back-to-school purchases.
At VentureBeat, we come across a lot of funding news every day. In order to bring you the most information possible, we’re rounding up the quick-and-dirty details about the funding deals of the day and serving them up here in our new “Funding daily” column.
Eye-Fi, a company that produces wireless-transmitting memory cards for cameras and tablets, announced today it has raised $20 million in its fourth round of funding.
Mark Miller has one of those hot and cold jobs. He is the director of marketing at Intel for netbooks and tablets. Tablets, of course, are hot. But netbooks are cold. Still, in an interview at the Consumer Electronics Show last week, Miller said that netbooks aren’t dead.
A new generation of tablets will be on display at the Consumer Electronics Show this week, including a 10-inch Android model from Toshiba.
Apple will launch refreshed models of the popular MacBook Air laptop in the first quarter of 2012, including a new 15-inch model, according to a Digitimes report.
If you need further evidence that Japan’s display business isn’t so hot today, just take a look at the newly formed Japan Display, a joint small and medium-sized display venture between Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi.
The iPhone 4S looks the same as its predecessors on the outside. But on the inside, it’s a technological wonder that costs about $196 for Apple to make, according to a teardown analysis by IHS iSuppli.
Nvidia has created a second generation of stereoscopic 3D glasses known as 3D Vision 2, the company said today. The glasses will be bundled with specially designed monitors to create a much better quality experience for gamers who want to fully immerse themselves in 3D games.
Toshiba is moving deeper into tablets. Today it’s announcing a 7-inch Android tablet that features a high-definition touchscreen. The device gives users another choice besides Toshiba’s many models of laptops and its 10-inch Android tablet. Toshiba is also launching a new all-in-one desktop computer with a 23-inch touchscreen.
Toshiba showed off its AT200 tablet computer today at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin.
There’s been a lot of talk about how Intel’s Ultrabook laptop platform is aimed at killing off the MacBook Air, or at least making it affordable for the rest of humanity. Toshiba isn’t fessing up to that goal, but it is unveiling its first Ultrabook today.
The U.S. government will make $250 million in federal loans available to developers of smart grid technology.