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TOSBF Toshiba 20:42 GMT 4.07 -0.14 -3.33% 18715 14.77 0.285 17.267B

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  • AMD laptops doing well

    Overall notebook category growth across Western Europe was driven principally by the UK, where sales of AMD notebooks made by HP, Lenovo, Acer and Toshiba expanded 70 per cent in unit terms.
  • OCZ runs out of cash

    Toshiba, upon hearing of the company's woes, agreed to all of the company's assets in a bankruptcy proceeding. OCZ and Tosh have now completed negotiations on an asset purchase agreement.
  • HP sues optical drive makers

    Toshiba, Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, NEC, TEAC and Quanta Storage are all in the dock.
  • Get ready to buy your last light bulb ever

    IEF 2013Plessey is not the only company to take this approach. Samsung is developing GaN on Si, and so are Toshiba, Osram, TSMC.
  • Ex Windows chief Sinofsky banned from helping rivals

    It is perhaps unsurprising that volish lawyers penned such a restrictive list considering the nature of Sinofsky leaving. He was forced to agree not to approach a long list of companies about reconsidering their custom with Microsoft - including Asus, Acer, Dell, HP, HTC, IBM, Intel, Lenovo, LG, Nok
  • China gives memory makers new life

    However, according to Reuters, manufacturers including Toshiba and SK Hynix are taking advantage of soaring demand for cut-price tablets and smartphones in China. They are also getting cash from new players such as Huawei.
  • Toshiba considers ramping up NAND capacity

    A year ago the situation was a bit different. The market was oversaturated and to deal with a slump in prices, caused by oversupply, Toshiba was forced to slash NAND production by 30 percent.
  • Toshiba develops second-gen 19nm NAND process

    Toshiba has developed its second generation 19nm process that will be applied to mass produce 2-bit-per-cell 64Gb NAND memory chips starting later this month.
  • Intel reportedly pushing Android convertibles

    RumourRumour loving Digitimes reports that several major vendors, including Lenovo, HP, Toshiba, Acer and Asus will launch Intel based convertibles sometime in the third quarter. Lenovo will lead the way and it will introduce its first Android based notebook a bit earlier, in May.
  • Japan Display avoided Apple disaster

    The company was formed out of a merger of the small panel divisions of Sony, Hitachi and Toshiba last April. It did not mention Apple by name, but it is the company's biggest customer.
  • Trade watchdog bites Samsung

    Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology was fined for fixing the prices of optical disk drives.
  • NAND flash market hits record high

    Samsung and Toshiba lead the pack with a 37 and 31 percent market share respectively. Micron is in a distant second, with 14 percent of the market, followed by SK Hynix and Intel, at 11 and seven percent respectively. All the other players accounted for just three percent.
  • Apple is losing the tablet wars

    Only those like Qualcomm and Toshiba, who also did significant business with Android device manufacturers look like they are surviving.
  • AMD aims to go head to head with Intel

    AMD is already in discussions with Asus, HP, Lenovo and Toshiba to release tablets using its microprocessors.
  • Samsung overtakes Apple as top chip customer

    HP and Dell came in third and fourth, with $14 billion and $8.6 billion, respectively. However, both outfits saw a double-digit slide in terms of overall consumption. Toshiba, LG and Nokia also saw their spending go down.
  • SSD prices continue to fall

    Sales to equipment manufacturers are the biggest market for SSDs, rather than stand alone sales. In that market, the top players are Samsung, Toshiba, Intel, Micron, and Sandisk, Chien said.
  • Samsung posts record profit

    FinancialWhat is worrying for Samsung is that the third-quarter profit at Samsung's chip division, which competes against Toshiba and Hynix, dropped 28 percent as prices of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips sagged.
  • Apple security software reveals Windows passwords

    Dell and Acer, other PC makers that preinstall the software include Amoi, Asus, Clevo, Compal, Dell, Gateway, IBM/Lenovo, Itronix, MPC, MSI, NEC, Sager, Samsung, Sony, and Toshiba are vulnerable to attack from the Apple software.

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