Toshiba’s newest camera module features a 13-megapixel CMOS image sensor and a pixel size of just 1.12μm in a 4.7mm-thin profile.
Ever since Samsung and Google’s fast, furious and affordable Nexus 10 has seen daylight, people’s expectations from 10-inch Android tablets have risen to unprecedented heights.
Toshiba has just announced plans to introduce a 20MP CMOS image sensor to be featured on its latest line of digital cameras.
Currently, the best way to stream YouTube videos to your TV is using applications on hardware like Xbox 360 and Google TV boxes. The latest generation of TVs to be announced in 2013 will be able to do it on their own.
Users of the Excite 10 are now getting Jelly Bean as part of an ongoing software rollout that started earlier this week. Toshiba first released the Excite 10 upgrade software in some parts of the U.S. over the weekend.
Have you ever wanted to have the functionality of a Lytro Light Field Camera on your mobile device? If you have, then you will be pleased to know that at least one company is working on making it a reality.
Toshiba has finally released the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update for Excite 7.7 users. The update is now rolling out, but it might take some time to reach you if you haven’t received it already. Toshiba has been slow at providing its devices with the latest Android updates, but the company has outdone itself this time.
Even though Toshiba hasn’t quite succeeded in gaining some meaningful traction in the market, it’s not ready to call it quit just yet, as it’s rolling out the red carpet for the upcoming Excite 10 SE tablet. It’s cheaper than ever and packing Jelly Bean inside. Sounds good to you?
When people think camera sensors, usually two companies come to mind: Sony and OmniVision. Now yes, both Samsung and LG also make camera sensors, but there’s a reason that Samsung’s Galaxy S III and Apple’s iPhone 5 use a Sony component. Not to be forgotten, Toshiba is also in the camera sensor business.
While you can’t exactly call Toshiba a player to be reckoned with in the tablet war (then again, who is, besides Apple?), the Excite trio seems to have drawn some attention to the Japan-based manufacturer.