Japanese device manufacturer Toshiba has recently announced a compelling yet affordable sub-$400 tablet - dubbed the `Encore' - which was unveiled by the company in Australia.
The 8-inch high-performance Encore tablet from Toshiba will run Microsoft's soon-to-be-launched Windows 8.1 operating system, and will be powered by Intel's newly-released Bay Trail Atom processor.
In its ruling of today, a San Francisco jury has found Toshiba a part of the conspiracy that was running over the company's LCD price fixing.
The jury said in its statement that Toshiba has been founded guilty of manipulating the prices of LCD with vendors to keep the figures artificially higher.
In a recent report, it has been claimed that South Korea's SK hynix has approached the cash-crunched Japan's Elpida Memory. It is known that the world's third-largest maker of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips at one point of time had filed for bankruptcy protection late February, as it was struggling to contain the debt of $5.4 billion.
It has been recently revealed in a report that there has been the launch of a new tablet by Toshiba. This is being said to be thinnest of its kinds. It’s called the Excite 10 and it is going to be in the markets really soon.
Japanese hardware outfit Toshiba used Berlin's IFA Consumer Electronics Show to unveil its brand new Portege Z830 Ultrabook.
With the Portege Z830, the Japanese manufacturer showed that it has thrown its hat into Intel's Ultrabook ring, which demands that any product bearing its moniker has to be less than 18mm thick.
Japanese hardware outfit Toshiba used this year’s IFA conference in Berlin to unveil a large screen 3-D television that doesn’t require special glasses to experience 3D content.
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