Worldwide Traditional PC, Tablet, Ultramobile and Mobile Phone Shipments to Grow 4.2 Per Cent in 2014, Gartner Says
CognitiveTPG has finalized its distribution strategy in the European market by naming Ingram Micro Pan Europe its preferred distributor.
“With 16 dedicated Data Capture/POS (DC/POS) sales offices in Europe, Ingram Micro has the in-country support and local market knowledge that you won’t find (...)
Microscan announces that Eu-Gene Ng has joined Microscan in the position of Regional Sales Director for the Asia-Pacific region.
Ng joins the Microscan management team reporting to Scott Summerville, President. In his role, Ng will have responsibility for all sales and applications engineering (...)
Socket Mobile announced its new model 8Qi 2D Cordless Hand Scanner (CHS). The new 8Qi can scan both 1D "linear" barcodes and 2D codes making the 8Qi an ideal choice in Mobile Point of Sale (mPOS) applications where 1D UPC Barcodes, 2D Mobile Coupons or Loyalty Cards need to be (...)
Microscan announces the availability of the Vision MINI Xi industrial compact smart camera with embedded Ethernet. As part of Microscan’s award-winning AutoVISION® machine vision product suite, this tiny powerhouse is packed with features for close-range industrial auto ID, inspection, and other (...)
The iDTRONIC Embedded UHF Module M900 offers leading performance in a small form factor. The device supports all ISO 18000-6 C Tags including EPC Class1 Gen2 and works at the UHF 865 – 928 MHz frequency band (ETSI + FCC). This state-of-the-art 500mW OEM Module allows the connection of different (...)
Worldwide PC Market to Show Relative Revival in 2014 after Falling 9.5 Per Cent in 2013. Worldwide Tablet Market to Slow Down in 2014 and Reach 256 Million Unit
On its new report, called Wearable Technology 2014-2024: Technologies, Markets, Forecasts, IDTechEx looks at the big picture of wearable electronics for the first time. And it comes with a cautionary message
Blenheim Palace was looking for a robust mobile computing solution that would seamlessly integrate with its existing ticketing and admissions software. Blenheim Palace turned to Box Technologies to help it improve visitor services by deploying and supporting tablet PCs from Motion Computing