Hackers and tech security analysts will always tell you that the username/password process used for almost all digital authentication these days is remarkably inefficient, because it requires the users to remember the codes. That
Japanese consumer electronics maker Toshiba has just unveiled an updated Chromebook 2. The improved Chrome OS-powered laptop boasts of the latest Intel processor and LED backlit keyboard, bringing a better and faster computing
Toshiba can be very happy with its Project ARA work so far. The Japan-based company has contributed a lot to the framework and structure that will hold the modules of the Project ARA smartphone together – which if didn’t know
Japan-based electronics outfit Toshiba might have just launched a new CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) image sensor that could be the main element for the camera units of future high-end smartphones and phablets.
Toshiba's Chromebook 2 computer has gone official and it is packing some features that Chromebook fans will appreciate. The new machine still offers a 13-inch screen packed inside a small 12-inch chassis. Two versions of the
Toshiba has another Android tablet set to arrive in July. This latest model will be the Toshiba Excite Go and it will be arriving to fill out the low priced lineup. The Excite Go will arrive priced with a suggested retail of
Digital and smartphone cameras are getting more and more capable and data storage will soon need to catch up in order to provide users a smooth and seamless experience. It is exactly for this purpose that Toshiba is unveiling its
Coming a bit ahead of the expected mid-February release, the Toshiba Chromebook is now available for purchase. The Chromebook is available for those in the US and UK. The price seems to be varying a bit from retailer to retailer.
Toshiba entered the Chromebook market here at CES 2014 with a 13.3-inch notebook. This has them sitting in sort of a middle ground as many of the other Chromebooks are sporting an 11-inch display. Then we have the HP Chromebook
Chromebooks are wildly popular as of late, and could represent a sea change for the PC market. Toshiba, which has always made very solid PCs, has a new Chromebook here at CES. This one is a bit bigger than normal, but not the