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  Toshiba's methanol fuel cell: Digital Photography Review
Toshiba describe this new unit as "small enough for integration into a wireless headset for mobile phones, but still efficient enough to power an MP3 music player for as long as 20 hours on a single 2cc charge of highly concentrated methanol.
Toshiba is a recognized leader in development of active DMFC for PCs and other portable devices.
Toshiba overcame this and developed a system that allows a higher concentration of methanol to pass into the cell stack and produce electricity efficiently.
www.dpreview.com /news/0406/04062401toshibafuel.asp   (693 words)

 Toshiba Info - Encyclopedia WikiWhat.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Toshiba (東芝) is a high technology electrical and electronics manufacturing firm, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
It is the 7th largest integrated manufacturer of electric and electronic equipment in the world.
It was soon nicknamed Toshiba, which became the official name in 1978 as Toshiba Corporation.
www.wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/t/to/toshiba.html   (196 words)

 Toshiba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was soon nicknamed Toshiba, but it wasn't until 1984 that the company was officially renamed Toshiba Corporation.
In 2001, Toshiba signed a contract with Orion Electric, one of the world's largest OEM consumer video electronic makers and suppliers, to manufacture and supply finished consumer TV and video products for Toshiba to meet the increasing demand for the North American market.
Today Toshiba is a member of the Mitsui keiretsu (a set of companies with interlocking business relationships and shareholdings), and still has preferential arrangements with Mitsui Bank and the other members of the keiretsu.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Toshiba   (731 words)

 Toshiba MP3 Players
Toshiba introduced the flash-based Gigabeat P Series last year to a market that was nowhere near as saturated as it is today.
Toshiba is set to release the Gigabeat P sometime in December in Japan and sometime in the future for the US.
Toshiba’s Gigabeat H20 had mixed reviews saying that it is "tinny," "good for techno" (what the hell does that mean?) and "slightly processed with a hint of hiss".
www.anythingbutipod.com /archives/toshiba   (1862 words)

 Toshiba boffins prep laptop fuel cell | The Register   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Toshiba's small form factor direct methanol fuel cell (aka DMFC) can operate for five hours, generating between 12W and 20W of power and is electrically compatible with existing Lithium-Ion rechargeable batteries.
Toshiba has also shrunk other key components, including the electronics needed to allow the host notebook to monitor and control power production so that none is wasted.
Toshiba will unveil a prototype DMFC at CeBit next week, but commercialisation of the technology is unlikely to take place until next year.
www.theregister.co.uk /2003/03/05/toshiba_boffins_prep_laptop_fuel   (488 words)

 Hard Disk Drives
Toshiba's line of 0.85 inch, 1.8 inch and 2.5 inch hard disk drives deliver the right product to meet the needs of the portable PC and non PC market.
Toshiba's 1.8 inch HDDs are smaller than a credit card and lighter than a traditional pager and come in both a PC Card version, and ATA version.
Toshiba continues to push the envelope on small form factor storage with its latest market introduction, a multi-gigabyte hard drive that is 0.85 inches in diameter.
sdd.toshiba.com /main.aspx?Path=810000000007000000010000659800000000/81000000010D000000010000659C00000000#   (466 words)

 Alaska Village Moves from Diesel to 'Micro-Nuke'
Toshiba, which designs a new 10-megawatt nuclear reactor, offered to install one of these in the hope that other isolated towns will follow, explains the New York Times.
Toshiba offered Galena a free reactor if the town would pay the operating costs, estimated at 10 cents a kilowatt-hour, about the national average for power.
Toshiba calls its design the 4S reactor, for "super-safe, small and simple." It would be installed underground, and in case of cooling system failure, heat would be dissipated through the earth.
www.primidi.com /2005/02/06.html   (707 words)

 Posts tagged Toshiba at Engadget
Toshiba had previously planned 2015 as the launch window for OEL (more commonly known as OLED) sets, a launch timeframe which put them in that magical future land along with SED and FED displays.
Toshiba has finally shed the frumpy aesthetics of its Qosmio GXX line of desktop replacements and co-opted the clean white lines of the R400 for the brand new Qosmio G40.
Contrary to reports this week that Toshiba had completed work on its 51GB, 7 hour HD DVD disc and submitted it for approval to the DVD Forum, Toshiba says the disc is still in the works, and that it hasn't made any official announcements since early January when it first revealed the disc.
www.engadget.com /tag/Toshiba   (2452 words)

 Toshiba : Press Releases 29 March, 2005
The new battery fuses Toshiba's latest advances in nano-material technology for the electric devices sector with cumulative know-how in manufacturing lithium-ion battery cells.
Toshiba will bring the new rechargeable battery to commercial products in 2006.
Toshiba expects that the high energy density and excellent recharge performance of the new battery will assure its successful application as a new energy solution in many areas of society.
www.toshiba.co.jp /about/press/2005_03/pr2901.htm   (538 words)

 Toshiba: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The libretto is a sub-notebook computer line (mini-notebook) designed and produced by toshiba....
Mitsui () is one of the largest corporate conglomerates (keiretsu) in japan and one of the largest publicly traded companies in the world....
Today Toshiba is a member of the Mitsui keiretsu keiretsu quick summary:
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/t/to/toshiba.htm   (1417 words)

 Akihabara News - Toshiba CEATEC 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Toshiba had one of the most interesting booths with a lot of novelties but also Fuel Cells all over the place.
The Toshiba Gigashot V10, a direct competitor of Panasonic's D-Snap, was present, and to be honest, it didn't give us a good vibe as the product is too big.
Fuel Cell galora at Toshiba with some very interesting prototypes, like this (working) Fuel Cell battery for PC's and its cartridge, 2 Gigabeat Fuel Cell MP3 players, a prototype mobile phone, a PMP with Digital TV Tuner and a Bluetooth headset powered by a Fuel Cell.
www.akihabaranews.com /en/news_10348.html   (189 words)

 Hard Disk Drives & Storage Device Technology For Consumer Electronics - Toshiba
Toshiba Marks Industry-Leading, Five Million Milestone For HDD Shipments Into Automotive Applications
Toshiba Leads Global HDD Shipments To Consumer Electronics Applications For The Third Quarter Of 2006
Toshiba Extends PMR To "Short" 1.8-Inch Hard Disk Drive Family
sdd.toshiba.com   (115 words)

 Engadget Search
Contrary to reports this week that Toshiba had completed work on its 51GB, 7 hour HD DVD disc and submitted it for approval to the DVD Forum, Toshiba says the disc is still in the works, and that it hasn't made any official announcements since early...
Congratulations Toshiba, not only has your new Gigabeat S been well received by the press and spoken of with reverence in the halls of Engadget, but now it's been ushered into the elite realm of "interesting enough to post pictures of its...
Toshiba wasn't exactly forthcoming on this dynadock of theirs, but since it sounds pretty nifty, and was hanging out at Toshiba's booth like it just didn't care, we thought we'd give you the lowdown.
www.engadget.com /search/?q=Toshiba   (856 words)

 Toshiba Europe Region Portal
Toshiba Fellowship Programme: Join Toshiba's R&D team in Japan for up to two years.
Please note that, for legal and/or economic reasons, not all Toshiba products and services are always available across the Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia regions.
Toshiba is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.
www.toshiba-europe.com   (71 words)

 Toshiba unwraps wireless gear for home, offices
Toshiba Computer Systems Group announced a two-year deal with Ascendent Telecommunications to develop a mobile communications platform for Toshiba notebook PCs and PDAs that will link enterprise computer users to their corporate phone system, the company said Monday.
The Toshiba Wireless Broadband Hot Spot, which is being previewed this week at TECHXNY, is an all-in-one package of hardware and software that businesses such as hotels, coffee shops and restaurants could purchase to offer fee-based wireless broadband services at their place of business.
Toshiba said it is currently working with resellers to distribute the product to business customers.
www.networkworld.com /net.worker/news/2002/0625toshiba.html   (920 words)

 Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., IBM and Toshiba join to develop 'supercomputer-on-a-chip'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI), IBM Corporation (IBM) and Toshiba Corporation (Toshiba) announced today plans to research and develop an advanced chip architecture for a new wave of devices in the emerging broadband era.
Yasuo Morimoto, company president and CEO of Toshiba Corporation's Semiconductor Company said, "We are very excited by this opportunity to bring all the expertise and leading-edge technologies we have gained in the development of a wide range of system LSIs for consumer applications and to contribute to this next-generation solution.
Toshiba Corporation's wide-ranging capabilities assures its position as a leading company in semiconductors, LCDs and other electronic devices, and allows it to support its customers around the world with a complete portfolio of semiconductor solutions.
www-3.ibm.com /chips/news/2001/0312_sony-toshiba.html   (704 words)

 Toshiba :: Online Catalog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Toshiba Child Health (MCH) SAMMEC Toshiba the number of annual smoking-attributable deaths and years of potential life Toshiba for infants in the United States and individual states, and neonatal medical expenditures for certain user-defined populations.The national smoking-attributable mortality (SAM) estimates may differ from the.
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Toshiba departments, nonprofit Toshiba organizations, and federal agencies.These ads are available to you through the Media Campaign Toshiba Center for Tobacco Prevention and Control, which not only gives you access to these ads, but also can help you develop an ad campaign to use them effectively.
sukanah.org /toshiba.html   (304 words)

 Bye-Bye Toshiba! We'll Miss You!
Toshiba made some cutting-edge handhelds that kept the larger players from getting complacent, and this company is going to be missed.
Toshiba took on the same role in the Pocket PC world that Sony did in the Palm OS world, and we all know that Sony bailed out of the handheld market even before Toshiba did.
The main reason we're all going to miss Toshiba is it kept pushing the envelope, which kept HP from falling into a rut.
www.brighthand.com /article/Bye-Bye_Toshiba?site=   (597 words)

 Toshiba :: NRG Communication
Toshiba digital telephones are both stylish and efficient.
Toshiba offers a wide range of digital telephones and consoles, allowing you to match your telephones to your specific application.
All Toshiba telephones are compatible with all Toshiba systems, even if you upgrade to a larger system.
www.nrgcommunication.com /phones-systems/catalog/toshiba-p-1-c-284.html   (113 words)

 Technorati Tag: Toshiba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
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www.technorati.com /tag/Toshiba   (323 words)

 Castel Toshiba Homepage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The new 42WP56 is engineered by Toshiba's latest breakthrough TV technology - Dimensional Reality by Meta Brain, which is an intelligent think-engine that repr...
Toshiba presents a brand new conception of beauty, style and functionality.
The new 42WL58 is a true design marvel that realises the graceful union of new sli...
www.castel.com.au /toshiba/index.asp   (101 words)

 Toshiba Linux Utilities
Toshiba® and MaxTime® are registered trademarks of the Toshiba Corporation, which does not sponsor, authorize, or endorse these web pages.
The purpose of these pages is to act as reference point for my small series of programs to control the more Toshiba specific aspects of their laptops.
The Toshiba Linux utilities are specific to Toshiba laptops, and will not run on laptops from other manufactures.
www.buzzard.me.uk /toshiba   (484 words)

 Posts from the Toshiba Category at Engadget HD
While Toshiba doesn't expect to compete directly against the behemoth of LCD at first, they believe the technology's superiority -- which includes lower manufacturing costs, and better viewing angles and contrast -- will be recognized as volume goes up.
For Toshiba, kicking out a duo of new Regza lines a week or so ago just wasn't enough, as the firm has unleashed yet another pair of LCD displays in the rapidly-growing lineup with the C3000 and H3000.
According to Michael Ayers, a senior attorney with Toshiba America Information Systems who also manages the group that licenses AACS, there will "absolutely be increased scrutiny of the AACS documents after this court decision," meaning that managed copy decisions could continue on the perpertual delay path its already on.
www.engadgethd.com /category/toshiba   (2766 words)

 Toshiba Pocket PC e740 WiFi Reviews. PDAs Reviews by CNET.
With its Pocket PC e740, Toshiba becomes the first handheld maker to deliver a device with Intel's XScale processor as well as built-in Wi-Fi (802.11b) connectivity.
It's pretty impressive that Toshiba was able to pack such a long list of features into a device this compact.
Toshiba designed the cradle to accommodate the e740 with the optional extended battery attached.
reviews.cnet.com /Toshiba_Pocket_PC_e740_WiFi/4505-3127_7-20033518.html   (1868 words)

 Windows Vista Upgrade
Toshiba notebooks for home and personal use offer you the best in digital entertainment and personal productivity.
Toshiba's affordable and reliable SMB notebooks enable you to run your business more effectively.
Toshiba business notebooks offer the best in enhanced data security, advanced system protection and easy connectivity.
pc.toshiba-asia.com /vistaupgrade   (431 words)

 Toshiba spotlights high-definition DVD player | CNET News.com
Tokyo-based Toshiba is set to show off the prototype at the Consumer Electronics Show, which opens at the Las Vegas Convention Center on Thursday.
NEC and Toshiba will face competition from the so-called Blue Ray technology, which is backed by Sony and other electronics makers.
Toshiba said the high-definition and high-density DVD format is designed to promote compatibility with current DVD standards.
news.com.com /2100-1041-5136601.html   (847 words)

 Toshiba prototypes methanol fuel cell for laptops | InfoWorld | News | 2003-03-05 | By Gillian Law, IDG News Service   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Toshiba has developed a prototype direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) that it says will end the need for rechargeable batteries on portable PCs.
Methanol in a fuel cell delivers power most efficiently when it is mixed with water in a 3 percent to 6 percent concentration.
The fuel cell can be directly connected to a PC or other portable device in place of a lithium-ion battery, Toshiba said.
www.infoworld.com /article/03/03/05/HNfuelcell_1.html   (1073 words)

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