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Displaying items by tag: Sharp

With Toshiba since the early 90s, and since February 2020, Dynabook's ANZ Product Marketing Manager, Matthew Tumminello long career has given him unique insight into one of the world's top PC makers, now reborn into a dynamic 36-year old startup.

Published in Guest Interviews

With Toshiba since the early 90s, and since February 2020, Dynabook's ANZ Product Marketing Manager, Matthew Tumminello long career has given him unique insight into one of the world's top PC makers, now reborn into a dynamic 36-year old startup.

Published in Business IT
Wednesday, 02 December 2020 19:55

No Samsung smartphone to be based on new Qualcomm SoC

Samsung will be the lone name missing from the list of Android smartphone makers who have all pledged to use the latest silicon from Qualcomm, the 888 5G mobile platform, in smartphones next year.

Published in Mobility

Japanese personal computer maker Dynabook has released what it claims is the world's lightest 13-inch convertible laptop, the Portégé X30W-J 2-in-1.

Published in Hardware

Chipmaker Qualcomm Technologies has released its first 5G mobile platform in the 6-series, the Snapdragon 690 5G, which it claims will pave for the way for cheaper smartphones that can use the new technology.

Published in Mobility

Sharp Corporation of Australia (SCA) has appointed Tim Ko as its managing director.

Published in People Moves

Hot on the heals of yesterday’s four-year-late review of Sharp’s in-room air purifier comes our review of the similarly belated Sharp IG-BC2J-B in-car air purifier. Like the KC-A50, it’s still on sale after being around for a few years already but, also like its very big brother, we’ve been using it constantly in that time and it’s never been more needed.

Published in Reviews

Billed as making "meetings and communications smoother and more productive", Sharp's Huddle Board is a series of Windows 10-powered devices that bring the ultra modern office experience to modern offices.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Monday, 31 July 2017 15:23

Kagawa heads Sharp Corporation of Australia

Sharp Corporation of Australia's new managing director is Hitoshi Kagawa.

Published in People Moves
Tuesday, 29 September 2015 13:55

Sharp BIG PAD – an 80” collaboration tool

Sharp’s new Big Pad is a clever device – it’s a very, very large, 80” touch, full HD (1920x1080), LCD monitor at substantially less than Microsoft’s 84” Surface Hub – although that is probably not a fair comparison.

LCD component supplier Sharp has announced a $2.3 billion dollar annual loss and laid of 10% of its global workforce.

Published in Listed Tech

Five makers of TV and blue-ray players - Sony, LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sharp have agreed to expand on or remove the terms 'WiFi Ready' and 'Wireless LAN Ready' from their promotional material after they failed to explain that WiFi connectivity required them to purchase an additional WiFi adaptor.

Published in Technology Regulation

Mobile business specialist Cortado, today announced two giant printer manufacturers, Samsung and Sharp, have joined its Cloud Printing Alliance, aimed at delivering on-demand printing for mobile devices.

Published in Cloud Computing
Monday, 31 January 2011 17:33

Pioneer Kuro goes Elite, but not Down Under

Pioneer's Kuro plasma TV brand, which exited the global market in 2009 as was known as 'Elite' in the US, is coming back as a Sharp-manufactured LCD screen, not plasma, but won't be sold in Australia.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 07 October 2010 13:08

46% don't want a 3D Television with glasses

A recent survey has shown that technology manufacturers still have a way to go to win over an audience for 3D electronics.  In particular, the requirement for glasses with 3D tech was seen as a major negative, and then there is a problem with cost and confusion over the hardware requirements.
Published in Radioactive IT
Friday, 29 May 2009 23:45

Sharp develops five-color display

A new LCD display technology from Sharp adds two colors to the standard RGB for a wider color gamut with less energy.
Published in Home Tech
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Monday, 27 April 2009 08:58

Initial Freeview logo licensees named

The first list has been released naming vendors whose digital TV gear will carry the Freeview logo. But will that logo be something that buyers actually want to see?

Thursday, 13 November 2008 17:46

LG and Sharp guilty of LCD panel price fixing

How much did you pay for your last notebook, mobile phone or iPod? The correct answer is likely to be more than you should have done. An announcement by the US Department of Justice has revealed price fixing on LCD panels by some of the biggest manufacturers in the world.

Published in Technology Regulation

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