Warranties of some OCZ products will not be supported because of Toshiba
Toshiba now owns OCZ, along with all its facilities, and also took on the former company’s employees, but while this does mean good things (continued existence of the OCZ brand and no layoffs), it also brings some ill tidings. Continue Reading >>
Dell’s Partnership with Makerbot For 3D Printer Deal
Dell will offer 3D printers and scanners from MakerBot as part of a new partnership.
The MakerBot Replicator and Digitizer devices, including the Replicator 2, 2X, Mini, Desktop and Z18 printers and the Digitizer 3D scanner, would aim to provide “an end-to-end 3D design solution for small and medium-sized businesses,” said Dell in a statement.
The products will be added to the PC firm’s range of Precision workstations, which are aimed at enterprise users. Continue Reading >>
Nokia Windows Smartphone Range With Lumia 1820
Nokia is expected to show off a new smartphone range featuring Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8.1 mobile operating system at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
DigiTimes has reported that sources in Taiwan’s handset supply chain revealed that the Lumia 1820 is likely to debut at MWC and it will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 5.3-inch qHD display and 3200mAh battery. Continue Reading >>
Samsung Is Developing New Smart Glass Named Galaxy Glass
Samsung is currently developing a competitor to Google’s Glass, which could make its debut at the IFA trade show in Berlin this September.
A report from the Korea Times quotes unnamed Samsung officials saying that “the market potential for smart glass is huge. It will be used in trucks, cars and has a greater impact on related industries such as glass- and coatings-makers.” Continue Reading >>