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2010-07-07 Toshiba, Intel deliver educational tablet PCs
Toshiba Corp. and Intel KK will jointly commercialize an educational-use tablet PC designed to facilitate learning in compulsory education.
2008-08-15 Toshiba-Wave Systems tandem eyes mobile PC encryption
Toshiba Storage Device Division (SDD) and Wave Systems Corp. will be working together to develop a robust standards-based solution for the secure encryption of data on mobile computing platforms, such as laptop PCs
2004-09-21 Toshiba taps MEMS to shrink fuel cells
Toshiba Corp. has developed a MEMS-based pump for fuel cells, a move seen as an important step forward in miniaturizing the devices for portable systems
2007-10-18 Toshiba notebook line opens to both AMD, Intel dual-cores
Toshiba is bringing its Satellite lineup back into the commercial channel and will build a series of new laptops using AMD Turion 64 X2 or Athlon dual core chips, as well as systems using Intel Core2Duo
2011-03-01 Ten truths about Intel's Thunderbolt
EE Times asks and answers 10 key questions about the new interconnect Thunderbolt, among them, its applications, silicon suppliers, supporters and roadmap, and whether it will kill USB.
2005-07-26 PC market to remain on track in the second half
Unit shipments to rise 6.7 percent from the same period in 2004.
2011-06-27 Nvidia resigns from PC benchmarking consortium
Nvidia has confirmed quitting BAPCo following AMD's earlier exit from the benchmarking consortium.
2010-12-21 NVIDIA cGPU, Intel Sandy Bridge in 200 new products
Over 200 PC models will feature NVIDIA GeForce GPUs with Sandy Bridge CPUs by 2011
2009-10-13 Mobile PC arena gets more crowded
Scan the array of products targeting the territory between laptops and mobile phones and you understand why consumers' heads are spinning.
2006-06-27 iSuppli: Toshiba taking losses on each HD DVD player sold
A teardown analysis made by iSuppli indicated that Toshiba is taking a substantial loss on sales of its new HD DVD player
2009-08-13 Intel-Micron duo heats up x3 NAND race
Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. have officially announced their initial offering in the 3-bit-per-cell (x3) NAND arena
2015-04-10 Intel, Samsung top chip vendor ranking in 2014
The total chip market value in 2014 was up slightly from the $339.8 billion assessment given by market research firm Gartner Inc. to $340.3 billion in its latest report.
2005-09-28 Intel, Microsoft back HD DVD format
The Toshiba-backed HD DVD technology got a huge boost when Intel and Microsoft announced they are backing the next-generation DVD technology over Sony's Blu-ray disk technology
2010-04-14 Intel, ARM go head-to-head at ESC
Intel and ARM have been squaring up to each other across the netbook and smart phone sectors for a couple of years now and the battle is set to continue on a number of fronts at the ESC
2005-06-01 Intel's CE chipset tackles interoperability issue head on
As networked devices become more of a reality than a concept, concerns on interoperability continue to challenge Intel
2009-06-08 Intel ventures on embedded apps with Wind River deal
While the $844 million purchase of Wind River made barely a dent on Intel Corp.'s $10.6 billion cash hoard, the implications are enormous, not just for Intel but also for its customers
2011-09-16 Intel shows off its progress in its ultrabook line
The company rallied for the future of notebooks and tablets.
2008-08-25 Intel plugs Internet into TV, STB platforms
The CE 3100, aka Canmore, represents an initiative that speaks to everything from Intel's growing SoC capabilities to its drive toward Internet TV, a concept that has left many pioneers dead by the roadside
2009-06-09 Intel helps boost WiMAX adoption in Japan
UQ Communications Inc. and Intel Corp. have announced their extended collaboration to promote and expand "UQ WiMAX," the commercially available WiMAX service from UQ Communications in Japan
2002-04-04 IBM, Sony and Toshiba to co-develop advanced chip processes
In a deal that will move SOI and other advanced semiconductor process technologies into cost-sensitive consumer electronics ICs, IBM, Sony Corp., Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. and Toshiba have signed a four-year process technology development agreement
2007-10-10 Hard disk-flash hybrid drives quicken PC boot up
Seagate Technology has launched its first combination disk storage and flash memory hard drive, joining Samsung in offering hybrid drives that speed the boot-up time of PCs and significantly boost battery life.
2007-01-22 Dell remains on top in PC shipments
Hewlett-Packard's fourth-quarter jump in PC shipments wasn't quite enough to topple Dell from its top spot for annual worldwide sales, but the race is getting closer
2014-09-09 Core M inside: Intel sneaks into 2-in-1 devices
The new 14nm processor, named Broadwell Y, promises to provide thin, fanless devices up to 700 per cent performance boost over ageing PCs and laptops, while consuming only 25 per cent of their power.
2015-11-23 Chip sales reveal Samsung tailing closely behind Intel
IC Insights reported that Intel will see its semiconductor sales shrink by two per cent in 2015 to just above $50 billion while Samsung will grow chip revenue by 10 per cent to lie only $6 billion behind
2009-04-21 Analysts post PC shipment plunge in Q1
Market researchers Gartner and IDC both reported steep declines in Q1 sales of PCs in all geographic areas, as well as a very poor performance from Dell Inc. that saw it yield top slot in shipments to Hewlett-Packard.
2007-12-12 AMD, Intel take rivalry to SoC arena
AMD and Intel are taking their competition to new heights as they begin ramping up SoC capabilities, creating new products and processes
2007-05-31 AMD scores against Intel with Toshiba laptop deal
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. will start shipping microprocessors to Toshiba Corp., ending the exclusive partnership of the Japanese electronics maker with Intel Corp., reports Reuters
2000-07-01 Wireless future: At what cost?
I recently attended "Bluetooth Geneva," a conference sponsored by UK-based IIR Limited. Bluetooth, a proposal by cellphone makers Nokia and Ericsson along with computer makers IBM, Intel and Toshiba, is now endorsed by over 1,600 manufacturers. That this technology is hot is evidenced by the questions from the Taiwanese engineers at the executive panel discussion, "Interfacing for the Millennium," sponsored by Global Sources during the IIC-Taipei conference in May. Bluetooth was intended to link portable PCs and cellphones with a short distance wireless link. In principle, it will enable you to download an address book from your PC to your cellphone. Though it frequency hops at 2.45GHz, the Bluetooth transceiver was conceived as dumb, low power (10mW), and cheap.
2010-03-31 Winners, losers in 2009 chip vendor ranking
Qualcomm, Hynix and Advanced Micro Devices each inched up two places in the top ten ranking of chip vendors by 2009 revenue by Gartner Inc.
2011-01-28 What's in the cards for the chip industry?
Chip industry analysts make fearless forecasts for 2011, among them, M & A's, a structural shift between memory sub-sectors, a brighter semicap equipment outlook and the continued rise of LEDs.
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