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Hello, Tosh, gotta Toshiba? There's a good chance you do….

Toshiba has published an infographic to celebrate sales of 10 million laptops in the UK and Ireland, so you may well own one, though perhaps it's one you no longer use. Now, with the decline of the PC market, the company is focusing more on growth markets such as healthcare and its nuclear power business.

August 13, 2013 by

IDF 2012: Has the convertible PC's time finally come?

One of the major themes at Intel’s annual developer conference, which takes place this week, is expected to be convertibles that function as laptops and tablets. These aren't new, but Microsoft's "reimagining" of Windows has prompted PC makers--including HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, Acer, Samsung, Toshiba and Sony--to once again experiment with hybrids. Will convertibles finally catch on?

September 11, 2012

Sony and Toshiba in talks to merge LCD units

Sony and Toshiba are considering merging their small and mid-size LCD manufacturing units, which make displays for smartphones and tablet devices, to form a new joint entity, according to reports.The rumoured deal could also include selling a stake in the venture to the Japanese government and would catapult the new unit ahead of Sharp as the leading manufacturer of small LCD displays, a Reuters report on Tuesday said.

June 7, 2011 by

Computex 2011: OCZ RevoDrive Hybrid combines SSD and hard drive on a single PCI Express card

With the price-per-gigabyte still too high for most people to use a solid state drive as the primary storage for their PC, tech companies are trying to figure out novel ways to combine the performance advantages of SSDs with the massive storage of today's hard drives. Gigabyte just showed off a new motherboard that has a 20GB SSD built right into it, and now OCZ is showing off a SSD and hard drivecombination that fits on a PCI Express x4 card.

June 2, 2011 by

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