The Toshiba thrive, now available in 7-inch and 10-inch versions is due to receive an update to Android v4.0 by the end of Spring 2012. While no super official word
Toshiba hasn’t been too involved in the Android tablet world, save for the launch of their Thrive last year. It looks as if they’re aiming to change that in 2012,
The 7-inch variation of the Toshiba Thrive has gone on sale this week, giving U.S. consumers yet another option in portable Honeycomb experiences. Available in either 16GB ($379) or 32GB
Toshiba has begun issuing another software update for their Thrive tablet today, keeping the 10.1-inch tablet on pace with its competitors. Available immediately, Android 3.2 update also enables an improved
Toshiba, speaking at CEATEC (Cutting-Edge IT & Electronics Comprehensive Exhibition) today, unveiled a pair of new Android tablets in the REGZA AT700 and AT3S0. Looking very much like the AT200
Toshiba has announced today that a new 7-inch variant of their Thrive tablet will be arriving in December, bringing a new level of portability to their growing Android lineup. Available
At first blush, the Toshiba Thrive could be mistaken for a “rugged” Android tablet. Given the thick design and ridged back side, it’s easy to see why someone might skip
Toshiba just notified us that they have released a software update to address the sleep/wake/resume issue plaguing the Thrive tablet. The problem that “a limited number” of users were experiencing
The dev team for the Toshiba Thrive has obtained a stable root, super user permissions, and ClockworkMod recovery. Apparently the root is still under testing, and there is no guarantee it will
Toshiba is one of the leading technology companies in the world and I am sure you all are familiar with Toshiba laptops and televisions. Recently, Toshiba announced their first ever
Toshiba certainly isn’t the first manufacturer to jump into the Android Tegra 2 tab market and most certainly won’t be the last. However, their first tongue twisting attempt happens to
Toshiba has officially announced a name and price for the 10.1-inch Android tablet that recently surfaced. Everyone say hello to the dual-core Tegra 2-powered Regza Tablet AT300! Featuring a 10.1-inch
2011 is the year of tablets, with a lot of big companies bringing good tablets to the market. Joining PC makers like Acer and ASUS is Toshiba, with a new tablet officially
The NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset is poised to become the de facto benchmark for mobile processors in the new year. Already expected on a number of devices such as the LG Star and Motorola tablet, DigiTimes says we should add Acer, Asustek Computer, Toshiba and Samsung to the list.
NTT DOCOMO just unveiled a boatload of new handsets and devices due in Japan over the next few months. Among the 28 product announcements were three new Android smart phones.