Toshiba partners with IBM on end-point management

Toshiba Corp. will begin baking in IBM's end-point management control into the BIOS of its business-line laptops to give IT departments control over security and power functions before the operating system even loads,

Published on: March 6th, 2012 Brian Jackson

Ultra books live up to the hype at CES 2012; tablets Excite

Are the highly-hyped “ultrabooks” worth it? That was the question swirling many minds heading into the desert surrounding the Consumer Electronics Show. After viewing several models, this technology will be among the top

Published on: January 12th, 2012 Elliott Chun

Hands on with Toshiba Excite X10 tablet

There was no shortage of tablets debuted at last year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and this year's CES is proving no different. Described by Toshiba as the thinnest tablet in the

Published on: January 10th, 2012 Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Toshiba Protege Z830 Ultrabook falls short of expectations

The best thing about Toshiba's first Ultrabook effort is the simple elegance of the notebook's design. A brushed aluminum exterior makes this lightweight laptop feel as classy as it is portable. The slim

Published on: December 9th, 2011 Brian Jackson

Hands-on with Toshiba Thrive tablet and Satellite ultrabook

Toshiba provided a sneak peek at its first ever ultrabook and itsseven-inch tablet on Wednesday in the race to keep pace with its rivalsin the increasingly competitive global market for thinner, lighterlaptops.The Thrive

Published on: October 14th, 2011 Christine Wong

Self-wiping hard drive from Toshiba boosts security

Toshiba has come up with a type of self-encrypting hard drive (SED) that can automatically wipe data if it is removed from a paired computer by an attacker.Available in capacities up to 640GB,

Published on: April 14th, 2011 John E. Dunn

Industry’s ‘first’ Blu-Ray 3D notebook from Toshiba packs a lot of punch

Toshiba's product showcase in Toronto last week was fairly broad in scope and sweep.Demoed products ranged from laptops mainly targeted at consumers, such as the Satellite A660-042 3D, to the Toshiba Tecra R700

Published on: June 29th, 2010 Joaquim P. Menezes

Toshiba’s Satellite T110 — the ideal travel mate

Light, fast, and long lasting are adjectives that would appropriately describe Toshiba's Satellite T 110, the company's thinnest Satellite notebook so far.It's not perfect, but tipping the scales at less than four pounds

Published on: February 10th, 2010 Nestor Arellano

Windows 7 portable PCs pack a powerful punch

Computer manufacturers launching hardware alongside Microsoft's Windows 7 release Oct. 22 are blurring the line between netbook and notebook. When the first netbooks – sometimes called ultraportables or mini laptops – hit the

Published on: October 15th, 2009 Brian Jackson

Remote access software helps marketing exec recover stolen laptop

This is a true story about sex, computers, the Internet, spying, theft, intrigue, and the police--and it all began this past February when David Krop made the mistake of leaving his two laptop

Published on: September 18th, 2009 Todd R. Weiss

10 of tech’s biggest missed opportunities

Some of the biggest high-tech deals never happened. Some of the most promising products and services never came to be. Why? Because the people and companies involved didn't realize what they were letting

Published on: August 19th, 2009 Dan Tynan

Ultimate guide to buying the perfect laptop for business

Whether you're buying for yourself or outfitting a department, shopping for a laptop today is a double-edged sword. The good news is that there's a huge variety to choose from, all with pros

Published on: June 2nd, 2009 Brian Nadel

The best business laptops for under $850

The stock market's a mess, your company's balance sheet looks like a sea of red ink and your budget for outfitting 50 employees with new notebooks has been slashed to the bone. What's

Published on: October 24th, 2008 Brian Nadel

More electronic companies going green, says Greenpeace

MANILA (04/09/2008) - While more IT companies are now taking significant steps toward going green, there is still a lot of work to do to protect the environment, says Greenpeace International, an environmental

Published on: October 1st, 2008 Jenalyn Rubio