...loading...

Posts Tagged ‘scheduled’

Form 1 3D Printer Goes Into Production, First Batch Scheduled For Delivery In Late April

formlabs

After experiencing a roller coaster pre-production duration, the individuals over at FormLabs have actually announced that the Type 1 3D-printer is entering into complete manufacturing.

The “ huge bulk ” of Kickstarter orders set for distribution by the end of April. They ’ ve bought enough elements to build out over 1,000 Form 1 3D printers.

The business first launched the Kind 1 on Kickstarter to an amazing reception, scoring over $ 2.9 million in pre-orders after asking for a mere $ 100k.

However prior to the business could possibly begin manufacturing, it was hit with a patent violation lawsuit from 3D Systems, which likewise implicated Kickstarter of advertising the allegedly infringing product.

FormLabs continued, and is now prepared to start complete manufacturing of the 3D printer.

FormLabs claims that it could provide better precision than competitive 3D printing offerings, like the Makerbot, at a similar rate.

According to FormLabs, the team will begin by vigorously testing the first little batch of Type 1 printers. After that, the business thinkings of setting precise ship dates.

Related Posts:

Samsung begins Galaxy S III Jelly Bean updates, 15 additional models scheduled

Photo

Samsung is updating its flagship mobile phone, the Galaxy S III, to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, starting today. Poland is the very first market to obtain the update, which brings Google Now, Project Butter, and other enhancements, however Samsung says Jelly Bean will certainly “gradually” be introduced to other markets soon; how rapidly you get it will certainly “vary by market and wireless network carriers’ demands.” The update will also bring a couple of Samsung-specific enhancements, including improved ‘Pop up play’ capability, a new ‘Easy Mode’ that supplies easy-to-use widgets for favourites and recently-used applications, and a ‘shutting out mode’ that appears incredibly similar to Apple’s ‘Do Not Disturb’ function.

Along with detailing the update for the Galaxy S III, Samsung …

Continue reading & hellip;

Incoming search terms:

Related Posts:

PSA: PlayStation Network scheduled maintenace in Europe starts tomorrow

PSA: PlayStation Network scheduled maintenace in Europe starts tomorrowEuropean gamers are warned to obtain something else to do from Thursday afternoon. Sony’s PlayStation Network is set to go offline on that side of the Atlantic starting from 4PM GMT tomorrow, through to 8AM Friday. Upkeep work will pull the PlayStation Shop, account management and registration offline for this time, although anyone looking to play online can still do so– as long as they’re signed in to PSN prior to network … work starts. Updates on Sony’s network tinkering will certainly be uploaded on both by itself blog site and twitter– connected below for your benefit.

Filed under:

ASUS Transformer Prime TF700T showing ‘in stock’ at Office Depot, days before scheduled US release

ASUS Transformer Prime TF700T showing 'in stock' at Office Depot, days before scheduled US release

July 16th? Why wait? A full 3 days prior to the previously scheduled United States release date, ASUS’ Transformer Prime TF700T is showing as “in stock” now from Workplace Depot. For those who’ve taken care of to forget about it’s facilities because its original unveiling some 6 months ago, this one’s loading a 10.1-inch (1,920 x 1,200) display, Android 4.0, Bluetooth 3.0, 802.11 b/g/n, 32GB of internal storage and NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 keeping the gears turning. As expected, $ 499.99 is the asking cost, with a projected delivery of “Merely as quickly as shipping partners get back to work following week.” Oh, and scalpers– it’s limitation 2 per customer. Merely a heads-up.

[Thanks, Tony]

Filed under:

Prime TF700T showing ‘in stock’ at Workplace Depot, days prior to set US release appeared on Engadget on Fri, 13 Jul 2012 20:02:00 EDT. Please see our terms for usage of feeds.

Permalink| Workplace sourceDepot|E-mail this|Comments

Incoming search terms:

Related Posts:

ViaSat-1 scheduled to launch October 19th, spreading high-speed satellite service across North America

It’s been delayed a few times already, but the high-capacity ViaSat-1 satellite is now in the process of being prepped for a new launch date: October 19th. Once in operation, it’ll bring download speeds up to 10Mbps to satellite internet customers in both Canada and the US (including Hawaii) via Xplornet and WildBlue, respectively, and serve other partners like JetBlue. Those interested can keep an eye on the source link below for a live broadcast of the launch.

Continue reading ViaSat-1 scheduled to launch October 19th, spreading high-speed satellite service across North America

ViaSat-1 scheduled to launch October 19th, spreading high-speed satellite service across North America originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 08 Oct 2011 09:07:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

Permalink   |  sourceViaSat  | Email this | Comments

Related Posts:

YouTube to get regularly scheduled channels, tries on traditional TV suit?

What’s old is new again. Or, is it that content is still king? We could never keep those Web 2.0 arguments straight, but from the sound of this latest YouTube rumor, ol’ Mountain View might be moonwalking into an old media model. According to the Wall Street Journal, Google’s been hustling to get contracts for a lineup of regularly scheduled channels ironed out “within the next 60 days.” That sort of timeline would indicate a likely early 2012 bow for a refresh of the online video hub made famous by piano-playing cats, and a certain viral surprise in an SNL-made box. While on-demand digital video sites are nothing new in the crowded, streaming marketplace, a move like this could firmly position the search giant as the king of place-shifted, live viewing, and cause more potential headaches for its broadcast and cable competitors. With an in-house production studio already under its wing, courtesy of that Next New Networks acquisition, Google’s entrance into the big, bad world of entertainment could be on its interwebbed way.

YouTube to get regularly scheduled channels, tries on traditional TV suit? originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 26 Sep 2011 15:55:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

Permalink Gawker  |  sourceWall Street Journal  | Email this | Comments

Related Posts:

CES 2011 sees big boost in attendance, CES 2012 scheduled way more sensibly

Good news for people who love bad good news. According to IDG News, this year’s Consumer Electronics Show saw around 140,000 people descend upon it, which pretty much destroys the estimate of 126,000 attendees. We’re told that around 126,000 humans showed up last year to see Palm introduce webOS 1.4 (and for everyone else to introduce an e-reader), while just 113,000 booked a ticket to Las Vegas for CES 2009. The last time this quantity of Earthlings arrived in the desert to get their geek on was CES 2008, or in other terms, the last year that life as we knew it was halfway normal. There’s no question that we felt as if the floor was teeming with people, and the show in general just felt more alive than usual.

Furthermore, we’re being hit with even more amazing news from the show floor: the official show dates for 2012. Rather than pushing CES up against a pair of holidays in Christmas and New Year’s Day, the Consumer Electronics Association has finally seen fit to bump things forward a week. CES 2012 will officially be held January 10th through 13th, and we’re guessing that most of the press events will start on the 8th or 9th. Sadly, we weren’t able to go three for three with outstanding news today — the show is still slated to be held in Las Vegas, so we’re apologizing in advance to the internationals who will once again wonder how a country overran with neon, grotesque paper cards at every street corner and a public transportation system that only stops once every five minutes could be so highly touted.

CES 2011 sees big boost in attendance, CES 2012 scheduled way more sensibly originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 10 Jan 2011 10:51:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

Permalink PC World  |  sourceCES  | Email this | Comments
Engadget

Related Posts:

Popbox’s Netflix-less launch now scheduled for July 23

Our wait for the Syabas Popbox just got a little longer, with the official blog announcing it will not ship from Amazon until July 23. Like the Boxee Box, the delay is being blamed on software being not “quite where we wanted it to be” but the real bad news here is the official list of content partners which, for the time being, is missing Netflix. Also not included (but likely not as missed) is SDTV support — even via analog outputs, the Popbox is apparently an HDTV only affair. As far as whether we will ever see Netflix support Syabas is still giving it the Voldemort treatment, but without naming names it refuted rumors regarding a lack of hardware DRM support with the claim that “the PopBox that ships is, TODAY, capable of supporting all foreseeable App partners in the future WITHOUT requiring a hardware upgrade.” Check the blog for a complete list of content providers (Revision3, YouTube, Picasa, Clicker, Twitter and others will be ready to go) and decide if that preorder is still worth holding on to.

Popbox’s Netflix-less launch now scheduled for July 23 originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 30 Jun 2010 18:56:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

Permalink Review Horizon  |  sourcePopblog  | Email this | Comments

Props to Engadget

Related Posts:

Kin software update scheduled for mid-summer

We’ve been hearing rumors of a software update for Microsoft’s Kin One and Kin Two phones. And it looks like the phones will be getting one soon. We aren’t sure if it will include the rumored IM improvements, but a Kin support moderator has confirmed on the Microsoft Answers forum that an update is scheduled for “mid-summer,”.

The update will address many of the concerns laid out in the post that prompted the response. Those complaints included battery issues, improvements to the Twitter client, and YouTube support. Apparently the Facebook app will also be updated to let users view more than three pictures at a time.

[Engadget]



Props to SlipperyBrick.com

Related Posts:

Microsoft says Kin software update is scheduled for mid-summer

We’d already heard some talk that Microsoft’s Kin One and Kin Two phones might be in store for an update, and it looks like the phones will indeed be getting one sooner rather than later. While it remains to be seen if it will include those rumored IM improvements, a Kin support moderator has confirmed on the Microsoft Answers forum that an update is scheduled for “mid-summer,” and that it will address “many” of the concerns laid out in the post that prompted the response. That included complaints about battery issues, a suggestion for improvements to the Twitter client (including replies and re-tweets), and a plea for YouTube support. The seemingly in-the-know Conflipper also backs up the inclusion of those Twitter updates, and says the Facebook app will also be updated to let folks view more than three pictures.

Microsoft says Kin software update is scheduled for mid-summer originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 28 Jun 2010 12:57:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

Permalink WMPoweruser  |  sourceMicrosoft Answers, @conflipper (Twitter)  | Email this | Comments

Props to Engadget

Related Posts:

Featured Products

Archive
Gruvisoft Donations