Toshiba Corporation today announced that it has developed the world’s first 15-nanometer (nm) process technology, which will apply to 2-bit-per-cell 128-gigabit (16 gigabytes) NAND flash memories. Mass production with the new technology will start at the end of April at Fab 5 Yokkaichi Operations, Toshiba’s NAND flash fabrication facility (fab), replacing second generation 19 nm process technology, Toshiba’s previous flagship process. The second stage of Fab 5 is currently under construction, and the new technology will also be deployed there.
Toshiba starts mass production of world’s first 15nm NAND flash memories – [Link]
Pretty much ever since the iPhone 4 with retina display was launched, resolutions have played a major role in smartphone market. In September, Samsung unveiled Galaxy S II HD LTE, which sports a 4.65″ 1280×720 display. That was the first smartphone with HD resolution (720p). Now there are already a few phones with HD resolution, for example Samsung Galaxy Nexus and LG Optimus LTE. Higher resolutions are not only courtesy of smartphones as “retina” displays are coming to tablets as well. On May, Samsung showed off a 10.1″ panel with resolution of 2560×1600 – resolution that’s only seen in high-end 30″ monitors.
Toshiba Releases 6.1″ Display with Resolution of 2560×1600 – [Link]
Toshiba invite you to enjoy the world’s first 3d Advert, where a magical world of origami unfolds and grows in front of your eyes, all from the basis of all big ideas – a blank sheet of paper. This stunning, 3d world of origami was actually crafted by hand and filmed in wonderful stop-motion — all adding to the magic of the world’s first 3d advert. . Here, the world’s first 3d advert introduces the Toshiba WL 768 Series, which, like all great ideas, started on a blank sheet of paper.
The World’s First 3d Advert — Stop Motion Origami – [Link]