Toshiba Isn't Happy about US Jury Verdict in Class-Action LCD Price-Fixing Suit
Toshiba has issued a statement regarding the jury verdict in a case in the United States against it and other companies for LCD price-fixing. Toshiba announced earlier this week that a jury in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California in San Francisco issued a verdict against Toshiba for $87 million due to antitrust practices and LCD business.
Toshiba says that it expects it will not have to pay any damages as a result of this verdict even after the triple damages awarded under US antitrust laws thanks to credits given by other defendants in the settlement. Toshiba still maintains that it performed no illegal activity in the LCD business in United States and plans to pursue all available legal avenues in response.
You can get a Toshiba Canvio Connect 1TB Hard Drive (Silver) for $59.99 at Staples, with free shipping included. This portable bus powered drive has a 5400 RPM speed drive with an 8MB buffer. It is bus powered and has a USB 3.0 interface and is backed by a two year warranty ... Source: The Mac Resource Page
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3 days ago, 12:00am CDT
If you're specifying a notebook for your kids or your school, the attractive world of ultra-portables probably won't be top of your list of possibilities. Robustness, durability and value are far more likely to be your chief considerations. Dell's Latitude 13 Education Series 3340 is designed specifically to satisfy this kind of need. It's clearly built to last, and has both a specification and price tha ... Source: BetaNews
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5 days ago, 1:29am CDT
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6 days ago, 3:05pm CDT
Photos of apparent leaked iPhone 6 parts continue, the latest from AppleClub in Taiwan claiming to show complete logic board assemblies. With most of the components hidden beneath shielding, we don’t learn anything new beyond the flash memory chip middle-left appearing to be made by Toshiba …
The A8 chip would be beneath the shielding on the right, just above the SIM slot.
The photo adds to recent ones showing tapered edges on the display p ... Source: 9to5Mac
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6 days ago, 8:49am CDT
With under four weeks to go until the expected introduction of the iPhone 6, increasingly complex parts are continuing to leak. Just weeks ago, photos showing two bare logic boards similar to but distinct from corresponding parts from existing iPhones surfaced, lending credence to rumors of two larger iPhone 6 models. One of those logic boards has now been revealed in what appears to be a fully assemble ... Source: MacRumors
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6 days ago, 8:27am CDT
MojoKid (1002251) writes Though solid state drives have a long way to go before they break price parity with hard drives and may never with, at least with the current technology, the gap continues to close. More recently, SSD manufacturers have been approaching 50 cents per GiB of storage. OCZ Storage Solutions, with the help of their parent company Toshiba's 19nm MLC NAND, just launched their ARC 100 family of drives that are priced at exactly ... Source: AppleSlashdot
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Aug 13 2014, 9:50am CDT
Getting the bits - part 1It's not hard to see why PC gaming isn't so straightforward for the modern casual gamer. Graphics can look better on PC than on console, but most people own a laptop instead of a desktop these days and the price of high-end graphics cards is still scarier than the combined efforts of a horror film festival. But there is another way.Steam Machines are hailed by many as the future of PC gaming in the face of the competition from the PS4 and Xbox One. A ... Source: TechRadar UK
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Aug 13 2014, 9:00am CDT
Acer on Monday took the wraps off the Chromebook 13 — its newest laptop that comes with a full HD display and supposedly all-day battery life. The Chromebook 13 differs from the company's older models for a few key reasons, the most prominent of which being its high-end specifications. The Chromebook 13 is the first device of its kind to be powered by Nvidia's new K1 chip — a mobile processor desi ... Source: The Business Insider
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Aug 11 2014, 11:36am CDT
Introduction and designChromebooks have come a long way since their debut just over three years ago. In their first year, Google's laptops sold to the tune of tens of thousands. This year, some firms estimate sales in the tens of millions. But even with such meteoric growth, at least one of the search giant's partners isn't sitting on its laurels. The latest leap forward in the category comes from a newcomer to the space that would be sur ... Source: TechRadar UK
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Aug 11 2014, 7:00am CDT
If you need a lot of storage for your desktop machine, RAID, NAS or other storage solution, Tiger Direct has the 4TB TOSHIBA HDEPQ00GEA51 3.5" SATA Hard Drive for $159.97 when you use promo code "VQL135787" to save $100 instantly. It features a 7200 RPM sp ... Source: The Mac Resource Page
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Aug 11 2014, 12:00am CDT
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