After failing to dazzle with the full-size version of its Android tablet, Toshiba is coming out with a more grasp-friendly 7-inch model.
Toshiba has rolled out an uber-thin Android tablet at IFA 2011 that measures only 25.7cm (10.1") and weighs in at 558g.
Consumers will be able to take their computing to the next dimension without the need for glasses for the first time, later this month.
Toshiba-Fujitsu's IS12T will be the first smartphone in the world to carry Microsoft's updated version of Windows Phone out of the box.
Toshiba Thrive owners are finding out that sometimes when their consumer electronics go to sleep, they don't wake up.
Toshiba's entry into the tablet market will be aimed at consumers who plan to use it mostly in their homes.
Toshiba has shown off a new glasses-free 3D display for tablet devices, but hasn't yet announced an actual device that will use it.
After an unsuccessful run with 3D laptop computers that required users to wear special 3D glasses, Toshiba will launch a new line of 3D notebooks later this year.
If you buy a 3D TV that uses active shutter glasses, right now you're pretty much limited to buying 3D glasses that are made by the same manufacturer as the manufacturer of your TV. The Consumer Electronics Association wants to change that.
After every major producer of 3D TVs saw less than expected sales last year, there seemed to be a savior with the advent of "glasses-free 3D" technology, which Toshiba showed off in late 2010. However, those sets aren't selling either.
Despite all of the "glasses-free" 3D products that have been in the news this month, many companies still see active shutter stereoscopic 3D glasses as the only way to get the absolute sharpest 3D picture quality. Enter the Toshiba T551/D8B.
We knew going into CES that 3D would yet again be another big trend. But because of the rather scattered state of the 3D industry right now, no one really cared what anyone had to show.
Toshiba is showcasing a next-gen Tegra 2-powered tablet at CES 2011.
After having already launched revolutionary "glasses-free 3D" TVs in Japan, Toshiba is ready to bring the technology to the US in a 40-inch model that could bring the 3D race to a screeching halt.
When it comes to 3D, there's one stigma that some people just can't shake: wearing glasses. For the four-eyed phobias out there, Toshiba will be bringing its glasses-free commercial 3D TV to the states next month for the first time at CES.
Yikes. It was supposed to be one of the biggest stories at next month's huge CES trade show, but now Google is telling anyone who had a Google TV product planned in their lineup to no longer show it off, as it goes back to the drawing board to improve the software.
January's 2011 CES show may very well be the moment when Google's TV operating system goes from neat concept to market-dominating super power, as more companies are expected to add to the repertoire of Google TV-enabled products, highlighting the important of Internet-powered TV sets moving forward.
Toshiba has introduced a new lineup of "blade" SSDs targeted at various mobile devices, including tablets, laptops, mini-mobiles and netbooks.
Toshiba plans to launch the world's first commercially available 3D TV that doesn't require glasses later this year, but admits the technology is still far away from becoming completely mainstream.
Toshiba has souped-up its Qosmio X500 laptop series with Nvidia's GeForce GTX 460M.