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Deep Dive into Global 3D Laser Scanners Market to observe latest Trends to 2025

In this report, the EMEA 3D Laser Scanners Market is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2025. 1,098 more words

Planet Market Reports

Are you a multipotentialite?

“I’m someone who has never been able to answer the question ‘what do you want to be when you grow up?’. See, the problem wasn’t that I didn’t have any interests, it was that I had too many.” – Emilie Wapnick…

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There's A Fine Line Between Being Extra...And The MOST

Sometimes people can be extra with their paranoia, but a woman in China went the MOST. She was traveling for the Chinese New Year and was concerned that someone was going to steal her purse when it went through the x-ray machine at the train station. 41 more words

Donnie Simpson

Be Efficient With Canon IMAGE FORMULA

As most of you already know, Data Tech, carries Canon’s complete line of mobile, office, production, and networked imageFORMULA document scanners.

However did you know that, these scanners enable users to capture, store, and share information to help improve efficiencies, document management, security, and compliance — such as the feature which allows users to encrypt files or create “read-only” rules when distributing PDF’s internally or externally. 207 more words


Alien in "3D": Just one frame (or, Who put the mise in the mise en scène?).


Blogger Jim Emerson takes a brief look at an iconic scene from ALIEN. 83 more words


Complete Data Acquisition System For Plant Monitoring

Setting up a data acquisition system can allow for better plant monitoring. At Gtek we help create networks which allow for better data recording and permits faster transfer of information with the help of our… 28 more words

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Patent trolls want $1,000—for using scanners

(Source: arstechnica.com)

When Steven Vicinanza got a letter in the mail earlier this year informing him that he needed to pay $1,000 per employee for a license to some “distributed computer architecture” patents, he didn’t quite believe it at first. 1,532 more words