Makerbot has been acquired by Stratasys, a 3D printing business, and will merge with a subsidiary of the company, the two companies announced Wednesday afternoon
“The last couple of years have been incredibly inspiring and exciting for us,” said Bre Pettis, CEO of Makerbot, in a statement.
Stratasys, an Israeli-based 3D printer and additive manufacturer has just agreed to acquire 3D printing company MakerBot. They’ve announced a "definitive merger agreement" where MakerBot would merge with a subsdiary of Stratasys in a "stock-for-stock transaction." After selling more than 22,000 3D printers
Technology pundits have long speculated that, one day, Microsoft would buy its way into manufacturing of its own mobile phones. Apparently that day came a lot closer to fruition than people had thought.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Microsoft was in “advanced talks” to acquire Finnish smartphone
It’s often been rumored that Microsoft had an eye on Nokia’s handset business. It made perfect sense for both companies — one a struggling pioneer of the mobile industry and the other a struggling stalwart from the first wave of smartphones. According to the Wall Street Journal’s sources, the two were
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are reportedly still deciding on their little one’s name, following the baby’s arrival on Saturday.
We do have a few clues about the baby’s name, though — it might start with a ‘K.’
"I think it would be really cute cause Kanye and I are both K’s … but half
While the Curiosity rover is chugging along on the surface of Mars, NASA is making other discoveries from samples taken from other Mars rovers. This time around, looking at rock samples from NASA’s Spirit rover, scientists have discovered that Mars had an oxygen-rich atmosphere some four billion
Superheroes spend all of their time saving the world, which leaves them with little to address their own issues — even when they seriously need to
But entertainment website The Credits is helping out superheroes suffering from serious personal problems.
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Microsoft reverses Xbox One DRM policy, kills required online check-in and used game complications (updated)
Microsoft’s next game console, the Xbox One, is perhaps best known for its complex used game system and once-per-24-hour online check-in requirement. Today, Microsoft is rolling back those policies, and the company took to its Xbox blog to explain. "I am announcing the following changes to Xbox One and
Today Stratasys announced that it has acquired MakerBot in a deal the terms of which were not disclosed. The combination of the companies brings together a leader in 3D industrial printing and manufacturing, with the emerging leader in desktop 3D printing, which the companies said in a press release
Lugging around wires and batteries is a hassle for everyone, but accessories manufacturer Moshi plans to make it much easier for iPhone 5 users with the help of its new external battery. Unlike other portable chargers, this one comes with a built-in Lightning cable.
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