Amazon is offering its Amazon Prime members a 28% discount on the Toshiba 50-inch Smart 4K UHD with Dolby Vision Fire TV today. With this Prime Exclusive Deal, ending in two days, you can save $120.
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With one of Amazon's Deal of the Day you can save $80 off a 43-inch Dolby Vision Ultra HD 4K Smart TV that comes with the Fire TV experience and Alexa built in to the voiced controlled remote control.
Employing the principles of quantum computing while running on a PC built with off-the-shelf components, Toshiba's Simulated Bifurcation Algorithm churns through market data in microseconds.
The memory business previously owned by Toshiba Corporation is undergoing a name change all over the world. Start in October, all of the company's divisions will replace Toshiba with Kioxia.
Following the lead of its parent company, the American division for Toshiba has announced its decision to change its name to Dynabook Americas. The rebranding is effective immediately.
Japanese display manufacturer Sharp has said it plans to buy Toshiba's PC business in an attempt to re-enter the market it abandoned in 2010. The deal will be worth about $36 million.
You can now pre-order the Toshiba 4K Smart TV Fire TV Edition from Best Buy and Amazon. The 43-inch model will retail for $329.99, the 50-inch for $399.99, and the 55-inch for $479.99 in June.
Amazon and Best Buy have announced a partnership that will bring next gen Fire TV Edition smart TVs to the U.S. and Canada starting this summer. Toshiba and Insignia will make some of the products.
Canonical temporarily pulled the Ubuntu 17.10 release on Wednesday after users reported that their BIOS was being corrupted when installing the operating system on specific machines.
Western Digital has completed plans to purchase Toshiba's semiconductor business for about ¥2 trillion. The deal will create a new alliance between the companies with greater investment opportunities.
The Japanese manufacturer has stated that it would proceed as a sole investor in the Fab 6 plant adjacent to the firm's Yokkaichi facility, following failed joint investment negotiations with SanDisk.
In their ongoing march to supplant the mechanical hard drive, Western Digital announced the latest innovation in solid state hard drive 3D NAND technologies, which has reached a new milestone.
Teams across Japan are developing robots that can enter the Fukushima nuclear disaster site and locate the radioactive fuels for the cleanup operation. One of the robots is an eight metre long snake.
Toshiba has a new ultra-portable laptop for sale that packs a lot of security into its 2.3-pound body for companies that need a device with encrypted storage, smartcard reader, TPM 2.0 and more.
Microsoft today announced Windows 10 S, a version of the OS that's aimed at the educational market. Alongside the Surface Laptop, there are a number of third-party devices that are on the way.
Toshiba has come in with an impressive claim, that its latest Portégé device can offer up to 16 hours of battery life. The Portégé X20W is a 2-in-1 convertible that will be available soon.
You can now get up to 42% off a wide range of desktops, notebooks, tablets and 2-in-1s, including many affordable options - and if you buy a PC for over $699, you'll also get a free 8-inch tablet.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.