Toshiba intends to cut away unprofitable sectors over the past few years due to weakening consumer demand.
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Samsung, Toshiba, Sharp, Panasonic -- we've heard from several of the heavy hitters at CES already, and they say consumers want smart TV tech. Really?
Panasonic has announced that it plans to appeal the European Commission's decision to fine the firm over television price-fixing.
Toshiba's plan to double its operating profit in the coming years includes slashing its domestic flat-panel television production and focusing on electronic devices and chip sales.
Glasses-free 3D doesn't come cheap with Toshiba ZL2 television, which will sell for €7,999.
Continuing on, Toshiba has several new LED HDTVs to unload, some with 3D support and one touted as the "world's first" personal TV with face recognition.
Word broke out in August that Toshiba would be unveiling some glasses-free 3D HDTVs, which came to fruition in October. Unfortunately for Toshiba, these advanced screens aren't doing so well.
Another one bites the dust when it comes to making OLED HDTVs. Sony left the game in February (though not before showing a 3D OLED set that may eventually see the light of day), and now Reuters reports that Toshiba is junking its OLED television efforts.
Toshiba unveiled another "world's first" gadget today at CEATEC 2010 in Tokyo, and this one is a biggie: a 3D flatpanel TV that doesn't require any glasses to fully enjoy the picture.
Toshiba is planning to release 3D TVs that don't require the use of 3D-enabled glasses, possibly by the end of the year.
Toshiba has unveiled the Cell Regza 55X2, 55XE2 and 46XE2 LCD TVs, all of which promise some spectacular imagery but will have some hefty price tags.
The two industry groups announce cooperation to share technology toward high speed Wi-Fi, promising to deliver 7Gbps wireless streaming.
Toshiba has a busy release schedule ahead of them, starting with the introduction of the Z1 Regza series of LED LCD TVs with the ability to record over local area networks.
When you think Toshiba, you think notebooks (and TVs), but the company is also doing a thriving line in accessories. Its Dynadock U10 universal docking station is already the best-selling USB docking station on the market, says Toshiba storage business manager Graeme Simons (especially in the public sector where purchasing switches between different notebook brands and models frequently, so dedicated docking stations just don’t work).
Toshiba announced on Wednesday a new series of HDTVs, the ZX900 Cell TV, that promises upconversion of 2D content to three dimensions.
A tech recycling venture between Panasonic, Sharp and Toshiba has collected more than 3 million pounds of old analog TVs.
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With the recession still slogging on, it's hard for premium TV manufacturers like Samsung and Toshiba to keep market share at significantly higher prices than "bargain" brands like Vizio and Westinghouse. So it should come as no surprise that a new report from market research firm iSuppli finds that the pricing difference between premium and value sets is narrowing.
New initiative is aimed at grooming talent for Singapore's Internet Protocol TV industry, and includes 12-month training stint with Alcatel-Lucent.
Toshiba's leaning TV concept is pretty slick, but it probably won't ever see the light of day in living rooms. Instead, the company is showing off an equally cool TV concept around the Cell processor.
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