Computers Unlimited has announced a partnership with 3D printing specialist MakerBot.
Under the distribution and sales deal, Computers Unlimited will sell and support MakerBot’s range of Replicator 3D printers and Digitizer desktop 3D scanners, as well as the filaments used to produce 3D-printed objects.
“MakerBot is excited about our distribution partnership with Computers Unlimited to help us further expand the MakerBot 3D Ecosystem footprint in the UK,” said Mark Schulze, VP of sales for MakerBot. Continue Reading >>
Acer has announced that Asda will stock the new Liquid Z5 smartphone.
The five-inch Z5 is described as “designed for first time smartphone adopters or budget conscious users”.
“The Liquid Z5 from Acer offers a great compromise between price and performance that represents the value that Asda prides itself on offering to our customers. We expect it to be popular in store,” commented Siobhan Jameson, marketing electronics, Asda. Continue Reading >>
Irobot And Brazilian Government Has Signed A $7.2 Million Deal For World Cup
The Brazilian government has signed a $7.2 million deal with iRobot to deploy 30 robots to help police the 2014 World Cup this summer.
Samsung’s Upcoming flexible tablet rumoured to shocase at Mobile World Congress
Samsung is preparing to demonstrate a flexible tablet at Mobile World Congress 2014 next week, it is claimed.
Korean news site Etnews is reporting that the bendable tablet will be able to flex to an angle of 90 degrees, transforming between a flat tablet-like form and a folded laptop-like appearance. Continue Reading >>