Posts tagged with: Toshiba
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    We've previously covered the development of the HD2 3D Driver Patch which helps in scenarios where some of the applications that use graphics, such as games, might run a bit slow or stutter on devices like the HTC HD2 and the patch tries to solve this issue. The app is now called Turbo3D, it's final and hit Marketplace with the following description: Many new phones come with homescreens, apps and games based on OpenGL, a framework for 3D applications. Not all of these work as fluent or smooth as they could, and this is where Turbo3D comes in. Turbo3D attempts to optimize OpenGL ...

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    PDAdb.net, the Comprehensive Database of PDA, PDA Phone, Smartphone, PNA & Mobile Device Specifications, has records for so far six upcoming Windows Phone 7 Devices from various manufacturers, hitting the market Q4 2010, according to Preliminary Specifications. It's just a matter of when Microsoft decides to go live with the highly anticipated but controversial OS, but we can't wait till Fall. Here's the line-up so far: 1. Toshiba TG03 2. HTC Touch Diamond 3 (HTC Obsession) 3. LG Panther GW910 4. LG Apollo GW990 5. Dell Lightning EU-US 6. HTC Mondrian/Gold/Mozart As far as technical ...

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    We've posted about the First HTC HD2 3D Driver Patch from XDA Developers and now we have a new Beta being released for testing purposes to advanced users. The "patch focusses mainly on a modified OpenGL ES CM, but a CL wrapper is also included (adaptation of NuShrike's CL wrapper) and so is the TG-01 D3D driver. The latter is faster than the D3D driver that comes with the Leo, but it's still not very fast". In plain English, some of the applications that use graphics, such as games, might run a bit slow or stutter on devices like the HTC HD2 and the patch tries to solve this issue. Version ...

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    A report from The DigiTimes states that Compal will be manufacturing the Toshiba tablets--one of which will run Windows CE 7 and have dual-screens while the other will be running Android with a 10-inch display. The tablets are said to be powered by a Tegra 2 chipset from NVIDIA. With speculation that Microsoft's Courier tablet reference design be based on the company's mobile OS solution rather than a full Windows desktop platform, could Toshiba be the first OEM to score a Courier solution with its Windows CE 7 dual-screen tablet? In the past, Toshiba has had a strong tie with Microsoft; ...

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    The Toshiba K01, shown back at Mobile World Congress, is an awesome device. It has a 4.1" AMOLED capacitive mulitouch display and a slide out keyboard, plus it's got the wicked fast Snapdragon 1GHz CPU powering the device (full specs here). While it's likely to ship with Windows Mobile 6.5.3, there are some rumors that it could get an upgrade to Windows Phone 7 Series, but we're betting that no hardware (ever) will get an official upgrade to Windows Phone 7 Series because of an uneasy upgrade path. That said, there's new reason to get excited about the K01, it looks to be coming to the USA ...

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    The Toshiba TG01 was the first Windows Mobile phone to pack a Snapdragon CPU. It never made it to the US, but perhaps we'll have better luck with the TG02. It's similar in many ways to the original, except that the screen is OLED and capacitive, plus it's just 9.9mm thick, as seen above. The screen is still 4.1", which pushes into HD2 territory. It looks to be running Windows Mobile 6.5, but with the capacitive screen, we're thinking that it will ship with 6.5.3. It also look to come with Spb Mobile Shell. The K01, shown above, is essentially a TG02 but with a slide out keyboard. Toshiba ...

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    The Toshiba TG01 is one of the hottest handsets of its time with a sleek form factor, large 4.1-inch resistive touchscreen display, and was one of the first smartphones to adopt the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, clocking in at 1 GHz. Now, Toshiba is finding it fit to introduce the TG01 successor, appropriately called the TG02, which is making rounds at the FCC. Like its predecessor, the TG02 still lacks the appropriate North American 3G bands. Hopefully, though, we'll get to see what the handset will look like--perhaps with the oft rumored Windows Mobile 7--at Mobile World Congress in a ...

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    It looks like Microsoft is on the verge of pushing out the Windows Mobile 6.5.3, though which handsets will get the royal treatment is still not out yet. However, that hasn't stopped some manufacturers from loading 6.5.3, which uses icons to replace the soft menu on the bottom navigation bar on the screen, onto their devices. Most notably, 6.5.3 was spotted on the Toshiba TG01, which was first to the market with the Snapdragon processor, and the Pharos Traveler 137. The OS build number is 23091.5.3.0. (via: WMPowerUser via NeoWin)

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    There's an ongoing debate as to which touchscreen is more accurate between the capacitive and the resistive. Obviously, using the stylus on a resistive touchscreen will be more accurate than your finger on a capacitive one. TouchMark is a free application that will offer a score for the accuracy of your touchscreen based on calculations after some tests which imply tapping the screen, either with stylus or finger, useful for comparing accuracy between same touchscreen types of different devices or between resistive and capacitive. As far as the score is concerned, the lower, the better! ...

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    It looks like the thin and large-screened Toshiba TG01 has gotten its own Windows Mobile 6.5 love. A software update to Windows Mobile 6.5 has been released by Toshiba for English, German, and French TG01s in the wild. Prior to the release of Windows Mobile 6.5, there were leaks showing 6.5 on the TG01 hardware. I did have a chance to preview 6.5 on the Toshiba TG01 at the Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 launch event in San Diego, California and the device performed well; it was zippy and the large screen showed off the new OS rather nicely. Check out the Toshiba site for details. (via: ...

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    Toshiba's new T115 notebook will give many netbooks a run for their money. The new lightweight, ultra-portable notebook comes with power from its Intel® Pentium® processor SU4100 or Intel® Celeron® processor 7435 and delivers performance with a 9-hour battery and 11.6-inch display weighing in at just 3.5 pounds. The low $450 pricing of the T115 ($600 for the larger 13.3-inch T135 cousin) will make the Toshiba T115 notebook competitive against netbooks. With the convergence of notebooks getting more portable and delivering more life on a single battery charge with netbooks that are ...

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    With the imminent launch of Windows Mobile in the US, an interesting piece on the Microsoft press site reveals some of the carriers and manufacturing partners for Windows Mobile 6.5 in different worldwide geographic locations. Of particular interest is the region for North America, which reveals that Windows Mobile 6.5 will be present on AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon Wireless; noticeably absent is T-Mobile, though the carrier got its version of the HTC Snap called the Dash 3G and the Touch Pro2. Both those units, in its un-branded form, will be getting an update from HTC to 6.5. On the device ...

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    It looks like NTT Docomo is mulling the possibility of launching itself in the US of A as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), which raises a few eyebrows as MVNOs traditionally have not fared well in the tough US mobile market. NTT Docomo is hoping to piggyback off of AT&T or T-Mobile for some GSM fanfare. MVNOs basically "lease" out cellular space from established carriers. Examples of MVNOs in the past include Virgin Mobile (which operated off of Sprint's network and has since been acquired by the carrier), Amp'd Mobile, and Helio. NTT Docomo US presence could signify the import of ...

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    Toshiba is giving its Toshiba TG01 some Windows Mobile 6.5 love come October 6. The handset has been spotted before with Windows Mobile 6.5 but now Toshiba is making the news official, re-launching the TG01 as a Windows Phone on October 6 to include Windows Mobile 6.5 and also releasing an upgrade to Windows Mobile 6.5 for existing owners. The Toshiba TG01 is one of the fastest Windows Mobile smartphones on the market today, making use of the 1 GHz Snapdragon processor in a super slim body that houses a large touchscreen. However, despite its innovative features, the history of the TG01 ...

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    The super slim Snapdragon-based Toshiba TG01 was first announced back at Mobile World Congress 2009 in February. It got a tremendous amount of attention because it was the first phone to sport the 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon platform. That, coupled with a razor-thin form factor and huge 4.1" screen made the TG01 a true gem. Half a year later, it launched on O2 in Germany, only to be taken off the shelves a few days after it was released because of reports of viruses found on some of the devices. If you've been waiting for an unlocked version of the Windows Mobile super-phone to land like we ...

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    While we still haven't seen the Toshiba TG01 with its zippy Snapdragon processor clocking in at a lightning 1 GHz here in the United States despite FCC rumors, it seems that Toshiba is moving forward for the rest of the world with a TG02 leaked by the WiFi alliance. With most Windows Mobile makers moving towards second generation devices, Toshiba doesn't want to be left out. The TG02 will be the successor to the TG01, placing Toshiba in the second-generation league with Sony Ericsson and the XPERIA X2, HTC with the Touch Pro2, and Samsung with the Omnia II. While specs aren't clear about ...

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