From MS v DOJ and BSOD QRs, to PC OEM woes, QuickTime caution, Android 7.0, Surface luxury, Insider discounts, and Sprint's broken Priv promise, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
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Vaio has ditched plans to merge with the PC businesses of Toshiba and Fujitsu - and talks between the latter companies are at risk of collapse as neither wants a majority stake in the joint operation.
Microsoft has slashed hundreds of bucks off a wide range of desktops, all-in-ones, 2-in-1s, notebooks and more - including many with the latest Intel Skylake processors - from multiple manufacturers.
Vaio, Toshiba, and Fujitsu will merge to form a Japanese PC giant, according to a report from BloombergBusiness. These PC manufacturers will combine their efforts to take on bigger OEMs like Lenovo.
From ultra-thin devices and super-sized tweets, to Apple highs and lows, Oculus' pricing Rift, Nokia's Moonraker, and Microsoft's China problem, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
The ultra-thin dynaPad Windows 10 tablet from Toshiba, which was unveiled three months ago, will finally go on sale this month and can now be pre-ordered in the United States for $569.99.
Amid a massive financial scandal and poor sales, Japanese tech giant Toshiba has posted a record loss of $4.53 billion in 2015, and has promised to cut 5% of its workforce - around 6,800 workers.
Lenovo, Dell and Toshiba have been found to be shipping vulnerable bundleware on their PCs. The software would allow attackers to execute code and commands with system level permissions.
From Pepsi-phones and BlackBerry's pricey Priv, to a wooden Windows Phone, another Android flaw, gapless Groove, and Microsoft's Twist on iOS, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Microsoft has introduced Toshiba's new 12-inch dynaPad, a Windows 10 tablet extensively engineered for a more 'natural' note-taking experience, with a sleek 6.6mm-thick body that weighs just 569g.
The new Toshiba Satellite Click 10 is a convertible Windows 10 tablet/laptop hybrid aimed at the low end of the market, sporting Intel's newest generation of Atom processors.
From snappy Snapdragons and an awesome little droid, to a flurry of flagships, Apples and oranges, the rise of Skylake, and mighty Predators, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
A new Toshiba 2-in-1 device has been showcased at Microsoft's IFA 2015 keynote today, however specifications have not yet been shared. The ultra-thin 12" tablet comes with a unique metallic finish.
Toshiba have unveiled their new 12.5 inch convertible laptop, boasting a range of new technologies. Models that support a 4K display, USB Type-C and Windows Hello will be available.
From Norton on Edge, and Emoji: The Movie, to super-flagships, uTorrent troubles, financials ups and downs, and the good ol' Windows app-gap, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Toshiba's CEO, Hisao Tanaka, alongside other top-level executives, have resigned their positions after it came to light that Toshiba had declared $1.2 billion in false profits over the last six years.
A recent probe into Toshiba's finances revealed profits overstated in the billions. The scandal may force the CEO and other board members to step down from the helm of the company.
Toshiba new notebooks designed for Windows 10 include affordable laptops and massive beasts with 17.3-inch screens and 4K resolution - and each one has a dedicated keyboard button to access Cortana.
Toshiba has been hard at work developing technologies that deal with problems of current 3D displays, and they are hinting at glasses-free switchable 2D/3D displays for mobile devices in the future.
The '12 Days of Deals' are back this Christmas, kicking off with the Toshiba Encore Mini for $79 - including a free 16GB microSD card, one-year Office 365 subscription and unlimited OneDrive storage.
From Surface success and Fire failure, to the death of Nokia, OnePlus pre-orders, new Windows devices and the end of free Xbox Music, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Toshiba has unveiled the Satellite Radius 11, a low-cost notebook-style PC with a touchscreen that folds over 360-degrees for 'tablet-style' usage, along with up to 4GB RAM, 32GB SSD and full HDMI.
Toshiba's new 7-inch Windows 8.1 tablet, the Encore Mini, is now on sale for just $119, which includes a 1.33GHz quad-core Intel Atom CPU, 1GB of RAM, 16GB storage and up to 7 hours of battery life.
Toshiba has unveiled the Encore Mini, a 7-inch Windows 8.1 tablet with quad-core Intel Atom processor and 16GB storage, for under $120 - and it includes an Office 365 Personal subscription worth $70.
Toshiba has unveiled a new hard drive meant for "surveillance." It is designed to be used in servers due to it featuring a large amount of storage and RV sensors for use in RAID enclosures.
On stage at Computex, Microsoft showed off a number of recently launched Windows devices as well as some we hadn't seen before. Among these a HP 2-in-1 device and a 7-inch tablet from Toshiba.
Toshiba and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone have both developed software that will be able to aid in the broadcast of 8K-resolution media. They are developing this tech to showcase at the 2020 Olympics
Toshiba has announced a number of new Windows 8.1 products, like the Satellite Click 2 tablet-notebook hybrid and the Encore 2 tablets, including an 8-inch model with a starting price of $199.99.
Toshiba has announced that its Satellite P55t notebook with Windows 8.1 and a 4K 3840x2160 resolution display will finally go on sale on April 22nd for the starting price of $1,499.99
When it comes to 8-inch Windows tablets, the release of Windows 8.1 has seen many companies try their hands at crafting the perfect tablet. Today we check out Toshiba's Encore tablet that packs...
Toshiba is showing off a concept for a possible future portable PC that can be used in five different positions for separate tasks,but there's no word on when it might be released.
Toshiba launched the world's first 5 megapixel dual camera module with the ability to simultaneously shoot images and gather depth data at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 in Las Vegas.
Microsoft and Toshiba have announced that the PC maker will release two notebooks with 4K displays and Windows 8.1 in mid-2014 including one, the Satellite P50t, with a touchscreen.
Toshiba has announced that they will be releasing a Chromebook in February for $279 but will this one stick or is it destined to be another netbook catastrophe?
OCZ Technology, one of the biggest companies that makes solid state drives, has announced that it will file for bankruptcy and that Toshiba has an offer to buy most of OCZ's assets.
A group of over 20 chip makers have joined forces to develop MRAM, the next breakthrough in memory chips which is set to deliver up to 10 times more speed compared to the current DRAM chips.
Toshiba launches its Dynabook Kira V634 this week, promising a massive 22 hours of battery life, along with 8GB RAM, Intel Core i5 CPU, 128GB SSD and HDMI-out, including support for 4K video output.
A Toshiba executive said this week that, despite the launch of Windows 8 a year ago, 99 percent of its PC sales to business customers are still based on Windows 7.
Toshiba has announced a number of upcoming Windows 8.1 products in the works, which include the Encore, an 8-inch tablet that will sell for $329.99 when it comes out in November.
There's no doubting that the Intel HD Graphics 4000 chip is pretty bad at gaming, but just how bad is it at pushing 2560 x 1440 in recent PC games? Well here's a video to show you
A 2560 x 1440 resolution Ultrabook was at one stage unheard of in the Windows camp. Now, Toshiba has released a premium, high-res Windows 8 laptop; how does it compare to the famous 'Retina'?
A Toshiba executive said today in an interview Microsoft confused PC users by launching both Windows 8 and Windows RT, and added that prices for Windows 8 notebooks were too high.
Toshiba has announced a new Windows 8 ultrabook called the KIRAbook, which packs an impressive 13.3-inch 2560 x 1440 display and Intel ULV chips into a thin, light but expensive body
Toshiba has revealed it will be launching a new Windows 8-based tablet-notebook hybrid product, the Portege Z10, that has a detachable keyboard for its 10-inch tablet.
Microsoft has released a new video to show some of the new Windows 8 notebooks, tablets and all-in-one PCs that are being announced by third party OEM makers at CES 2013.
Another Windows 8 laptop has been announced before the show has even kicked off, and this time it's the $800 Toshiba Satellite U845t budget Ultrabook packing decent specs for the price
A new report claims that Microsoft was highly involved in the designs of the Windows RT tablets that were made by PC makers, even as it made its own Surface tablet.
After investigation the EU has imposed a record breaking fine on 5 electronics companies including Philips, LG and Samsung that worked together to fix prices and share TV and computer monitor markets.
PC makers Dell, Sony and Toshiba defend their inital sales of Windows 8 PC devices, saying they are about what they expected, and that growth will continue in 2013.
Toshiba announced it is taking pre-orders for its Windows 8 PCs, which will include a program, Toshiba Desktop Assist, that it says will be "similar to the Start Menu in previous versions of Windows."