A laptop that can display 2D and 3D content simultaneously

April 21, 2011
Toshiba Qosmio T851 ready to display 2D, 3D content simultaneously
ZD Net
Rachel King writes about Toshiba’s new laptop that displays 2D and 3D content simultaneously.

“Toshiba has unveiled the Qosmio T851, a glasses-free 3D notebook. That’s all well and nice, but what’s really interesting is that this is being touted as the ‘world’s first’ laptop that can simultaneously display 2D and 3D content. Utilizing this feature sounds quite easy, at least on paper. Users can simply open 2D content in one window and 3D in another on the 15.6-inch Clear Super View LED HD panel. This is made simple thanks to the glasses-free technology in which separate images are delivered to each eye. It is also complimented by face detection and tracking using the computer’s webcam, which recognizes the position of the user’s eyes.”

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EMC first quarter in line; 2011 outlook short of estimates
ZD Net
Larry Dignan shares EMC’s first quarter financial results.

“EMC on Wednesday hit estimates with its first quarter results and touted strength in its international units. EMC’s 2011 outlook, however, was light relative to expectations. The company reported first quarter earnings of $477.1M, or 21 cents a share, on revenue of $4.6B, up 18 per cent from a year ago. Non-GAAP earnings were 31 cents a share, in line with Wall Street estimates.”

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Juniper Posts Higher Revenues in Q1, Meets Expectations
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Charlene OHanlon shares Juniper Networks’ first quarter revenue results.

“Juniper Networks is working to increase its margins as it posted a first-quarter 2011 revenue increase of 21 per cent over last year but a decrease of seven per cent from the previous quarter. For its first quarter, Juniper Networks’ revenues increased to $1.102B, a 21 per cent increase from the same quarter last year. Also, Q1 net income decreased to $129.8M compared to the quarter last year’s net income of $163.1M. The results, however, were in line with Wall Street expectations.”

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