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Toshiba brings a next generation tablet powered by Android™ to Europe

The new member in Toshiba’s tablet offering will feature the latest Android™ platform and advanced audio and video capabilities

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EU sanctions Avnet-BellMicro merger

 

The European Commission has ruled that the $594m deal will not stifle competition in Europe, including in the UK and Dutch strongholds

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world's smallest universal adapter at the IFA Show 2009 in Berlin.

Good news for all Notebook, Mobile Phone, Mp3 Player and Digital Camera users:

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Anyone who is on the road most likely wants to make use of his technical equipment.

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Toshiba updates its professional Tecra laptop portfolio

New high performance Tecra A11, Tecra S11 and Tecra M11 designed to address specific business demands 

Toshiba Computer Systems, a division of Toshiba Europe GmbH, today introduced three new models to its Tecra range of laptops: the desktop replacement, Tecra
A11, the workstation-like desktop replacement Tecra S11 and the mobile workstation Tecra M11.

These stylish yet functional laptops feature a black textured surface with contrasting chrome details. They are targeted at small and medium sized businesses (SMB) and large enterprises looking for a powerful, reliable and easy-to-use laptop platform that perfectly fits into their IT infrastructure. The new models will be available during the first quarter of 2010 throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa.

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New Partners world

Following market leaders INTEL & AMD now a new player in the market.

According to recent Gartner figures, Renesas is the seventh biggest semiconductor vendor in the world and NEC Electronics is the tenth. Today they announced a merger which will create the third largest semiconductor vendor behind only Intel and Samsung.

Both companies are strong in the field of System-on-Chips (SoCs), which are mini computers found embedded in a wide variety of electronic devices.

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