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The overall effect and aftermath of the earthquake in Japan last spring was actually short-lived as far as the NAND industry was concerned -- especially for Toshiba.
Ligher than the iPad, and nearly as thin as the Droid Razr, Toshiba's Excite 10 LE lands next month.
Toshiba's latest tablet may be thin, but its price is anything but light.
CES 2012: A review of the most important headlines of the day from the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show.
The Japanese government says that troubled nuclear plant Fukushima is under control. But an undercover journalist suggests that no progress is being made towards recovery.
Toshiba announced plans to close three domestic semiconductor plants by September 2012 in reaction to a stronger Yen and global recession.
After tacking the 10-inch tablet domain, Toshiba is making a similar attempt in the 7-inch space with a smaller version of its Thrive tablet.
PC makers are being conservative about initial ultrabook demand. That's a good call given the current pricing.
Despite all the real and virtual ink spilled over the Ultrabook concept, which Intel first announced back in June, the exact specs of these MacBook Air-apparents have remained a mystery. With the official announcement today of the first Ultrabooks, we're getting a much better idea of how these will look.
Glasses-free 3D doesn't come cheap with Toshiba ZL2 television, which will sell for €7,999.
Can Toshiba compete against Apple by going super-skinny?
Thin, stylish, energy efficient and powerful sub-$1000 Ultrabooks are finally hitting the market, with the 13.3" Lenovo IdeaPad U300s and Toshiba Portege Z830 both due this November.
Lenovo and Toshiba launch their ultrabooks. They're thin, light and probably too pricey right now.
Toshiba is giving the tablet race another start with the AT200.
Toshiba's Qosmio F755 3D is for 3D enthusiasts looking to enjoy 3D movies and games on a laptop without having to wear dorky 3D glasses.