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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Toshiba's newest Portege notebook lacks some key items but for the rice is a great solution.
LAS VEGAS (TheStreet) Toshiba unveils its Android tablet at CES 2011. The new tablet doesn't have a name or release date better than "Spring 2011" but Toshiba hopes to launch it with Android 3.0.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) Zagg's Q3 earnings beat estimates and guidance and the company is now adding an iPad Bluetooth case and keyboard to its lineup. Derek Smith of Zagg gives us a first look at the new Zaggmate case named a CES Innovations 2011 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) Samsung's new Galaxy Android smartphone features a dual screen that leaves reviewers asking questions.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) IMAX CEO Richard Gelfond tells TheStreet what he thinks about Hollywood's 3D boom and the one thing investors overlook at IMAX.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Lloyd Chapman, founder of the American Small Business League explains why he thinks the government is anti-small business.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Lloyd Chapman, American Small Business League Founder says the current bill touted by the Obama regime will only hurt small businesses.
WASHINGTON (TheStreet) -- Politico.com's Glenn Thrush explains how the Obama administration is trying to change the discussion from stimulus to tax cuts and just how much time is left before the election to do anything that will really matter.
The bullish case for a Skype IPO and why the free phone service could see phenomenal growth.
SAN DIEGO -- TSC contributor makes the bullish case for a Skype IPO and why the free phone service could see phenomenal growth.