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The tech, the trends and the people that are hurtling us forward into what's hopefully a brighter future
Something In The Air - Apple iPad Air
The best affordable tablet you can buy, the iPad Air 5 delivers the power of a MacBook Pro in a stylish frame and with user-friendly software
Best Tech For...Everything
Whether it's getting out and about or relaxing in your own home, we have all the gear that's invaluable
PRO GETS BETTER OnePlus 10 Pro
OnePlus executes a near-flawless job packing next-level flagship features in a sub-70k phone
NETGEAR RAX10 ROUTER
Netgear's RAX10 is a 4-Stream AX1800 Wi-Fi 6 Router offering wireless data throughputs of up to 1.8Gbps.
MASS APPEAL Realme Buds Air 3
A rich sound stage, balanced output and helpful companion app come together in this budget TWS
LISTEN UP Beyerdynamic Phonum
With a microphone that sticks to the speaker like a Gecko, this device makes sure you are always heard in a conference
GAMER'S HUB Viewsonic Elite XG270Q
A feature rich QHD gaming monitor that merges most ingredients that a gamer desires
GADGETS ON THE GO
The tech that will make sure you're always prepared no matter where you might be going
ECS LIVA ONE A300
The Liva One A300 is a powerful and multifunctional mini PC that uses an AMD chipset with Socket AM4 to support Ryzen and Athlon processors.
Digital Locks Are Shackling the Future of Tinkering
It's likely been decades since you last found a service manual included in the box with a new tech product. The Right to Repair movement seeks to change that.
JAPAN'S TOSHIBA SPINS OFF ENERGY, COMPUTER DEVICE UNITS
Embattled Japanese technology conglomerate Toshiba said it is restructuring to improve its competitiveness, spinning off its energy infrastructure and computer devices businesses.
Toshiba Unveils Robot To Probe Melted Fukushima Nuclear Fuel
Toshiba Corp. unveiled a remote-controlled robot with tongs that it hopes will be able to probe the inside of one of the three damaged reactors at Japan’s tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant and grip chunks of highly radioactive melted fuel.
Toshiba Gets Earnings Report Extension, Faces Delisting Risk
Money-losing Japanese electronics and nuclear company Toshiba Corp. has until Aug. 10 to get auditors to sign off on its earnings statements, or else it faces the risk of getting delisted.
Toshiba sets March 24 for preliminary break-up vote
JAPAN'S TOSHIBA PLANS an extraordinary general meeting of shareholders on March 24, to seek their initial approval to hive off its devices business, the company said on Monday.
Japan's tech giant Toshiba to split; sell stake in Carrier
EMBATTLED JAPANESE TECHNOLOGY giant Toshiba plans to split into two companies, one focused on infrastructure and the other on devices, in its latest effort to placate unhappy shareholders.
Toshiba opted for 2-way split to 'suit themselves', top 15 shareholder says
TOSHIBA'S MANAGEMENT HAS opted for a two-way split to“suit themselves”, a top 15 shareholder in the company said on Friday, slamming what it described as a lack of trust and management accountability at the Japanese conglomerate.
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FROM THE ARCHIVE
Step inside the attic movie room of HCC reader Pete, where Klipsch speakers and 2.39:1 projection deliver cinematic immersion – and the chairs are ready to rumble...
Temple Of Learning
Occupying a site that was formerly part of a Toshiba factory, academic-ark is a new campus in Otemon Gakuin University in Ibaraki City, Osaka designed to foster a sense of community.