This year's tech trend is all about 3D TVs, movies, and videogames. Next year's trend looks to still be 3D — just without the silly glasses (hello Nintendo 3DS)! Toshiba wants in on that fat pie — the Japanese consumer electronics giant is planning to release a 3D laptop that works sans glasses.
One of the major factors keeping 3D TVs from really taking off is that nobody likes wearing 3D glasses. The solution? 3D TVs that don't require you to wear glasses. And Toshiba is about ready to start selling two such models.
It's been nearly four years since Blu-ray was launched, yet it's still almost impossible to buy a Blu-ray recorder in the US. Now Japanese customers are getting 3D Blu-ray recorders.
Toshiba is trying to push out a new standard in the kind of SDHC memory cards your digital camera probably uses. Personally, we hope the company succeeds. That's because if they do, Toshiba could be delivering wireless capabilities to all SDHC-compatible cameras — and even other devices — bringing a high-end feature to the masses.
Toshiba has finally taken the wraps off its planned iPad-killer called the Libretto W100, a shiny black clamshell device that fits in the palm of your hand and actually rivals iPad in terms of slick design.
When the iPhone first launched it came in two flavors: 4GB and 8GB. It's almost hard to imagine cramming today's movies, music and pictures onto a drive so tiny. Now it's up to 16GB and 32GB, but that still sounds on the smallish side. Hey, how about 128GB?
Here's a new use for flexible display: Bend it and its image starts zooming in. Bend it the other way, and it zooms out. Toshiba's 800x600 panel has a sensor inside that interacts with viewing software, triggering a zoom when the edge-lit display is bent one way or the other.
According to rumors, Toshiba is prepping the world's lightest 13-inch notebook, weighing in at under 2 pounds with an SSD drive on board. It's also rumored to have a fast-charging battery that can get juiced up to almost full in...
Toshiba — the world's No. 2 NAND flash memory maker behind Samsung according to Reuters — is preparing the next advance in flash technology with even denser memory chips (similar to the silicon wafer pictured above). The company currently products...
While most of us would be content to retire if we were one of the richest men on the planet, Bill Gates is turning his sites sights to nuclear power. His startup company TerraPower is working with Toshiba to create...