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Toshiba Dynadock and StorE

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).

February 19, 2010

Pricing gap shrinks between top-tier, value HDTV makers

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.

June 4, 2009 by

CES 2009: Intel recruits Comcast, Samsung, Toshiba for its Widget Channel Internet TV initiative

While Yahoo has been grabbing headlines this week with its partnerships with TV makers like Samsung and Vizio to bring its Internet TV widget platform to new sets, Intel wants to make sure people remember that it also introduced the underlying API with Yahoo last fall at the Intel Developers Forum. Its strategy rests more (though not completely) on getting its Widget Channel platform into new set-top boxes, and it has a few partners of its own readying products.

January 8, 2009 by

From Japan: Next year's gadgets

Toshiba, Panasonic, Hitachi and others gathered earlier this month at the Ceatec trade show in Japan to show off their new and future TVs,MP3s players, phones and household robots. Think of it as a preview of the Consumer Electronics Show. CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos bringsback this report from the floor of the Makuhari Messe outside of Tokyo.

October 23, 2006 by

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