Kaiser Baas iPad PhotoScanner.
Friday, June 29, 2012
Mac… Also, I don’t want to pay for the apps.
Thursday, June 28, 2012
3-D printers to make new tools, replacement body parts and dinner. In the meantime, early adopters are already giving the technology a try with downloadable blueprints for characters such as Yoda, that wise Jedi master of "Star Wars" fame. The time-lapse demonstration is courtesy of YouTube user BusyBotz, who uses a commercial MakerBot Replicator 3-D printer which costs about $1,750. The 3-D model for Yoda is available from Thingiverse, a MakerBot-powered website where users share their digital designs.
A MOBIB pass is the ultimate way to gain access to the entire public transportation network in Belgium (metro, tramways, trains and buses). Sales counters operated by STIB and SNCB print and issue instantly personalized MOBIB transit cards to commuters thanks to the Evolis Zenius Expert ID card printer.
With Zenius Expert, a MOBIB pass is personalized in a matter of seconds. First, the card holder’s picture and personal data are printed on the MOBIB card. Next, the integrated Crazy Writer Calypso module encodes all data related to the subscribed travel plan onto the contactless chip. This virtual embedded subscription can be renewed and updated easily online or at counters and vending machines available throughout the numerous stations. This contactless technology is compliant with Calypso2, a standard specific to public transportation systems that offers all public transport operators the guarantee of a proven level of security and interoperability.
To reliably deploy this new and extensive solution for the benefit and convenience of commuters, the transport operators have collaborated with several systems integrators to design cutting-edge IT solutions, along with GMP Belgium Bibliofilm, Evolis’ distributor for Belgium.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
said Peter Weijmarshausen, the CEO of 3-D printing start-up Shapeways. Fresh off $6.2 million in new funding for Shapeways, Weijmarshausen spoke with GigaOM about where 3-D printing is going, how it parallels the software industry and how far the technology can take us into the future.
Italian packaging printer Cartotecnica Grafica Vicentina (CGV) swears by its Diana X 115. In comparative testing with a competitor's product, the Diana X had scored high with its production of sophisticated folding cartons and its high productivity. Luigi Campagnaro, owner of the Venice-region-based company, says: "Another reason why we opted for this product is the professional advice and high level of services that Heidelberg offers." CGV serves publishing companies as well as enterprises from food and electronics sectors. CGV, founded 1970, works with three folder gluers from Heidelberg: a Diana X 115, a Diana Pro 94 and a Diana 165 - all three machines can be connected to an existing packer.
Belgian packaging expert Flanders Printing is specialized in the production of folding cartons for bakeries and confectionary products. The complexity of the carton design is demanding. Flandern Printing's owner Ronald Facchin decided in favour of a Diana X 115 version CC plus Diana packer - the Lokeren-based customer was convinced by the folder gluer's versatility due to its modular design. The fully automated production of big boxes with the Diana X 115 CC including tray erector, autoset and Packer enables a high degree of flexibility and outstanding quality.
UK printers explore new paths with Heidelberg's Diana folder gluers -Willenhall-based Quantum Print & Packaging, opted for the first Diana X 115 folder gluer in UK. The company plans growth of 20 percent - the investment in Heidelberg's new folder gluer represents a huge step towards the company's efficiency goals. All gluing work can now be handled in-house. Quantum Production Director Peter Thomas expects greater flexibility, higher production speeds, simpler setup, shorter makeready times and the ability to offer more individually styled cartons and packaging product with the new Diana X 115.
Falconer Print & Packaging was the first company in UK to take delivery of a Diana X 115 folder gluer with a Braille unit to meet the demands of its pharmaceutical customers. The incorporation of an integral Braille module offers a valuable solution. Its key advantage is that it can apply Braille anywhere on the carton and on various axes. Even with the Braille unit running, the Diana X can still produce at speeds of over 100,000 cartons an hour. Management Director Hadyn Bradbury's decision to purchase Heidelberg's Diana X has given Falconer Print enhanced flexibility, improved and faster makeready with the ability to manufacture a wide and varied carton design portfolio.
Global packaging group Chesapeake has invested in new equipment for its Leicester plant, including the purchase of the first new format Diana X 80 folder gluer in the UK, which was officially announced at drupa 2012. The company, specialized in ethical pharmaceutical packaging, is also buying a Diana Packer and is beta testing the Diana Braille Module and Inspection Control Module. Operations Director Jon Drennan says: "The format of the Diana X 80 folder-gluer has opened the doors to Heidelberg in our sector. The launch of something this new and innovative was an exciting proposition and the supplier's willingness to engage in some collaborative development was a distinct advantage," says Jon Drennan. Chesapeake's Diana X 80 is carbon neutral.
Offset Print and Packaging in UK's Aylesford recently installed a Heidelberg Diana X 115 after intensively testing of all alternative options. Although the Diana X 115 was not the cheapest option available, Offset Print director Vince Brearey says, that the quality of this machine is unmatched. The high quality of build and the versatility gives the company the benefit of a wide range of straight-line and crash lock constructions. ""Speed is the key in this volume-based sector. This facility will enable us to be much faster and the choice of the Diana X provides further guarantees to our customers of improved lead-times, more consistent quality and a more competitive price", said Vince Brearey.
But also overseas customers increasingly invest in folding gluers from Heidelberg - US customer Proteus Packaging maximizes its production with a Diana X 115 and a Diana Packer. With the installation, Proteus aimed to make the most of its step up to the fast, efficient production of short- and long-run folding cartons for the pharmaceutical, food and other markets. Now, with several months' worth of production under its belt, the company claims to have even exceeded its expectations in every regard. With the packer put on the Diana X 115, the company could reduce the need for manual labor. Chief Operations Officer Tim Wayman says: "The performance of both machines has been a revelation. We are able to handle a greater number of high-volume jobs faster and with greater efficiency than ever before. In addition, our output is up, and our per-piece costs are down."
Jones Packaging, one of Canada's oldest and most respected packaging companies, has recently installed a new Diana 45-3 gluer to increase the finishing quality of their small-sized pharmaceutical and confectionary folding carton work. Jones Packaging, headquartered in Canadian London, has increased their productivity by a minimum of 35 percent. Also the folder gluer's sturdy construction, ease of operation and easy access to all machine components were key factors for purchasing the Diana 45-3.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Custom stamps and markups are ubiquitous in nearly all industries; anyone with a paper-based process today typically marks up documents with some kind of physical (rubber & ink) stamp, tape, symbols, or other custom data. “All About PDF Stamps in Acrobat & Paperless Workflows” reveals the techniques and secrets for creating custom and dynamic PDF stamps in Acrobat so you can use less paper, produce better-looking documents, reduce data entry errors, and increase efficiency for many basic business processes. This book is an essential tool for anyone who wants to go paperless, or is already using a semi-paperless process and wants to eliminate physically stamping and/or marking up documents with a custom graphic.
Author Thom Parker, CEO of WindJack Solutions, has been developing custom PDF stamp solutions for a broad range of industries for several years. “Interest in custom stamps for PDF has exploded- so many companies want to finally get rid of the steps in their document workflows that require printing and manually marking up the document. These steps don’t just waste paper; they are time consuming, error prone, and needlessly expensive. From invoice and accounting to legal and manufacturing, stamps are a ubiquitous element in document processing. Of course, many businesses already use PDF and have Acrobat. They simply don’t know what is possible. A comment I often hear is that documentation on PDF stamps is lacking. So one reason I wrote the book is to fill this hole. I cover the complete range of information on PDF stamps, from the basic use of the built-in Acrobat tools for the novice user, to the deep technical details on automating stamp applications for advanced programmers. The book is useful to anyone with Acrobat at any skill-level, including managers and planners who need to know how PDF stamps fit into the big picture.”
The 238-page book with over 100 helpful illustrations includes three parts. Part I is a broad overview of PDF stamps and use cases for a variety of industries including legal, accounting, architecture, finance, manufacturing and marketing. Part II covers all the details on using the Acrobat stamp tools, managing stamps, creating custom static stamps, and protecting stamps. Part III is for programmers. It covers dynamic stamps and workflow automation. It includes a variety of code samples that demonstrate all the different aspects of dynamic and automation stamp programming. The sample scripts range from simple to advanced and are useful for a wide range of skill levels. A preview including the table of contents and first chapter is available at http://www.pdfscripting.com/public/All-About-PDF-Stamps-in-Acrobat-and-Paperless-Workflows-The-Book.cfm
A follow-on product to the hugely popular Network Edition of the xPrintServer, the new Home Edition provides easy, hassle-free printing from iPads, iPhones or any other Apple iOS device. Designed specifically for home use, the xPrintServer - Home Edition adds support for USB printers and supports up to two network printers. Now iOS users can wirelessly print emails, web pages, photos, and more to their existing printer without having to install any software or device drivers. The xPrintServer - Home Edition is simple; no need to connect to a PC or Mac. Open it. Plug it in. Begin printing. The product will begin shipping in July 2012 and is available for pre-ordering now at www.Lantronix.com.
Monday, June 25, 2012
reporting that their print servers are emptying paper trays by printing endless pages of meaningless characters. Symantec now says malware may be to blame. Dubbed Trojan.Milicenso, the malware targets Windows-based computers and can spread through malicious e-mail attachments or visiting Web sites hosting malicious scripts, including fake codecs, Symantec said in a blog post yesterday. It has infected computers primarily in the U.S. and India, but also in Brazil, the U.K. and other countries in Europe and South America.
next industrial revolution. David J. Burns, president and chief operating officer of Irwin-based ExOne, says the revolution flies in the face of mass production, Henry Ford's fuel for the last industrial revolution. It offers the promise of mass customization, of being able to quickly, efficiently and affordably customize every product -- from industrial pumps used in oil fields to fitted implants that help accident victims regrow human tissue.
Friday, June 22, 2012
Zebra is a manufacturer of mobile printers. These mobile printers are being widely used to print tickets, labels or receipts with or without barcodes. Resco is now supporting the Zebra printers on their Toolkit that will allow printing on Zebra printers using the WM and Win CE phones.
The NEXPRESS Press Platform delivers effects unique to inline digital cut-sheet presses such as raised printing, gloss coating, and matte finish. It features exceptional photo-quality output with tremendous productivity of printed photo products, including hard- and soft-cover photo books, calendars, greeting cards, 4x6 prints, and more.
Spectrum also purchased the KODAK NEXPRESS Fifth Imaging Unit Solution, which enables spot colors, new Gold and Pearlescent effects, unique inline dimensional printing, high-quality gloss, inline watermarking, or coating in a single pass. Spectrum plans to utilize the KODAK NEXPRESS Glossing Unit to produce high-impact, durable printing applications with a high-gloss finish.
The new expanded service offerings enabled through the NEXPRESS Photo Press will allow Spectrum to grow its global customer base and differentiate its service from the competition. Spectrum primarily serves advertising firms, public relations agencies, publishers, media companies, educational institutions, and financial companies.
One of the major advantages of NEXPRESS Presses is the upgradability, which makes it easy for customers to invest in a solution that meets their current needs and can grow as their businesses expand. During drupa, Kodak unveiled additional enhancements for the KODAK NEXPRESS Platform to help printers improve image quality, application flexibility, and production speed. The newest NEXPRESS Platform enhancements include: new Gold, Pearlescent, and Neon Pink printing solutions (available in 2013), new inline UV coating, turbo mode, 36″/914 mm long-sheet option, and KODAK NEXPRESS Intelligent Calibration System (ICS) version 3 software.
Thursday, June 21, 2012
The printing industry saw more than eight percent growth in the past year with 13 percent of total sales across the top 100 owners generated by AlphaGraphics.
common flat-bed scanner. The result is a faded, ghostly look — a bit like putting your face on the copier, but done with artistic flair.
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
With its flexible modular design, the Primacy allows easy onsite upgrading so customers can start with a single-sided printer and later upgrade to dual-sided printing as their needs evolve.
The Evolis Primacy can also be site-upgraded with any encoding technology at any time. Modular encoding kits are available for a magnetic stripe encoder, smart contact station, smart encoding unit, and contactless encoding unit, allowing personalization of tamper proof access control badges to payment cards.
Boasting a powerful print capacity and high print speeds, the Evolis Primacy card printer can print up to 190 cards per hour single sided and 140 cards per hour double sided. To support Primacy's unmatched image quality claim, Evolis is offering the Primacy with a full three-year warranty and no limitation on the number of card printed.
A built-in detection system tells users exactly how much ribbon capacity remains and reports directly to the Evolis Print Manger software on the user's computer. When the ribbon is nearing its end, an alert displays on-screen.
Using YMCKO High-Trust Evolis ribbons, the Primacy can produce up to 250 card prints with sharp four-color images, text, and barcodes, while adding a clear overcoat layer that protects ID cards and badges from abrasion and wear and tear. Plastic cards and badges printed using an Evolis High-Trust ribbon can last for up to 3 years, even with frequent use.
An eco-friendly printer, the Primacy is more energy efficient than any of Evolis' previous models. In fact, the Primacy is five times more energy efficient than the Evolis Pebble. The Energy Star certified Primacy features automatic standby and sleep modes and uses recycled ABS where appropriate. Evolis High-Trust ribbons are also easy on the earth. The packaging is made of recyclable plastic and the ribbon is made of recycled material.
created a contraption that makes a burrito perfectly to the specifications of the user. By punching in the condiments and amount of toppings you want via an iPhone, the machine will dispense the exact amount of ingredients needed to make your Mexian delicacy to your liking.
Monday, June 18, 2012
new multifunction printers built on a new technology platform that can interface the web and work with cloud services. The new platform antes up to Hewlett-Packard's ePrint technology and Epson Connect but focuses on medium to large law offices with a range of new multifunction printers.
The Termans were presented at a gala dinner in Washington D.C. featuring keynote addresses from Juniper Networks' CEO Kevin Johnson, who received the American Technology Award's Corporate Leadership Award and Richard Spires, the CIO at the Department of Homeland Security and the Government Technology Executive of the Year recipient.
Terman winners are determined by a panel of outstanding industry experts and technology leaders. To learn more about the awards please visit the TechAmerica Foundation website.
Friday, June 15, 2012
not much has changed since. These days, printer ink will still run you about $20 to $35 per minuscule cartridge, each yielding 400 to 1000 printed pages. In fact, unlike everything else in the world of consumer electronics, ink prices are going up--as much as 30 percent since 2009.
rough around the edges and have a limited resolution. If you want to print something that’s complex or tiny, or includes fine detail, you’re going to have to bump up the resolution on your 3D printer. MiiCraft, currently a project on Indiegogo (a site similar in nature to Kickstarter), aims to bring more affordable high-resolution 3D printers to it’s backers fully assembled.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
three new models of laser printers and A4 Multi Function Printers (MFPs), announcing its entry into the affordable printer segment. The printers are priced at Rs 6,500 for a laser single function printer (SFP), Rs 9,900 for a MFP (SP 100SU functions as a printer, scanner and copier) and Rs 12,800 for a A4 MFP. They have been targeted at the SOHO and SME segments.
XP-400 Small-in-One, and it sells for under $100. The printer has a 2.5-inch LCD touch panel screen on the front and integrated memory card slots for printing photos from memory cards without a computer. The printer uses Epson’s DuraBrite Ultra Ink and has integrated Epson Connect, Apple AirPrint, and Google Cloud Print for wireless printing from smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
perfect shoes at home. ‘This will revolutionise wardrobes,’ she says. ‘It really is the future of fashion.
ax and more than 2,000 will be out by year's end. Printers. Not people. A recent floor-by-floor census of Cuyahoga County's office space spread across dozens of buildings found 3,900 printers or copiers. That's almost one printer for every two employees.
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
RenderX has been piloting the concept with several customers to tune performance over the past several months.
Len Schultz, partner at WineQuest, used RenderX’s CloudFormatter service for dynamic creation of wine menus for leading restaurant and hotel chains throughout the country. “RenderX put together a great solution for us giving our 700+ restaurant and hotel locations the ability to create and print in-house perfectly formatted, perfectly spelled, and perfectly organized wine menus on the fly. Over 6,000 menus (with very complex formatting rules) have been reliably generated in real time over the past six months.”
Top ranked in the iTunes App Stores throughout the world, PDF Reader Pro has established global recognition as a cost-effective mobile PDF solution. The app differentiated itself from other competitors with its PDF form filling function. YUYAO's latest effort further turns PDF Reader Pro into a powerful form filling assistant with sharpened PDF form display and support to more PDF form formats. "Form-filling is a much-needed feature in the business world today. Our goal of adding these new features is to provide customers a better user experience when completing the task with their mobile devices," commented Mr. Po-Cho Su, CEO of YUYAO Software. Mr. Su also pointed out the competitors often divide features that should have been incorporated into one package and sell them separately to maximize profit. This is quite contrary to YUYAO's strategy. The Company believes in providing a complete user experience by integrating all functions into a complete solution as PDF Reader Pro represents.
Responding to the market demand, YUYAO has also reinforced the software performance in the new iPad. "We have fully utilized the stunning screen of the new iPad to provide users a better reading environment," commented Erwin Lin, CTO of YUYAO Software. "Users will be amazed by the enhanced and fast rendering speed even when they view large PDF files," continued Lin.
PDF Reader Pro has been praised by reviewers worldwide as a professional business app that optimizes users' workflow. "We appreciate the wide support for PDF Reader Pro. The app provides a portable working environment that grants professionals an efficient way to complete their works on the run," said Mr. Su. "With constant enhancements, we demonstrate our dedication to user satisfaction."\
Monday, June 11, 2012
CDW customers can purchase TROY MICR printers, security printers, and SecureRx prescription printers as well the specialized MICR toners, Security Check paper and software, all developed to combat the growing incidence of document fraud in banking, healthcare, government and business. TROY Group manufactures all its products under ISO 9001:2000 certification and through direct partnership with HP.
passed a bill (A-1238) that says copy machines and scanners should have their hard drives erased or otherwise modified to make sure records stored digitally on them are no longer viewable after the owner gets rid of the machines. That's according to the Courier Post Online, which says the bill's sponsors, New Jersey legislators Paul Moriarty, Herb Conaway and Dan Benson, view this as a way to prevent identity theft when digital copiers and scanners are sold on to others.
Friday, June 8, 2012
3D printer kiosks. The concept is reportedly being milled about the offices of Fujifilm Australia.
computer printer. At a well-known store, I paid $26.99 for a three-pack of color ink. I tried to find out how much ink I was getting, but it is not shown on the package, nor on any of the cartridges. I did find a note in very small print that the volume of ink could be found by checking the manufacturer’s website. The site did tell me, but not without a struggle. In the end, I learned I had bought 11.0 milliliters of colored ink. That works out to $9,287 per gallon for printer ink. No wonders printers are cheap. It would pay to give away the printers just to sell the ink.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Based on the Aficio SP 3400N/SP 3410DN and Aficio SP 3400SF/SP 3410SF Series, the new Aficio SP 3500N/SP 3510DN and Aficio SP 3500SF/SP 3510SF are built on the established performance and reliability standards customers have come to expect from Ricoh while adding a number of new enhancements.
The Aficio SP 3500N and SP 3510DN are 30-ppm general office monochrome laser printers. The Aficio SP 3500SF/SP 3510SF is a 30-ppm general office multifunction solution with a 50-sheet ARDF intended to serve as a complete document production and communication hub for small offices and workgroups.
All of the new models are targeted at customers without much need for data security, user authentication, or finishing and are designed to be affordable while meeting the needs of decentralized workgroups and/or personal laser printing. They are all excellent choices for large companies as well as corporate workgroups, small businesses, home offices, and sole professionals with monochrome printing needs ranging up to 8.5" x 14".
Featuring Ricoh's native All-In-One print cartridge technology and a powerful 295 MHz CPU, the Aficio SP 3500N and SP 3510DN deliver reliable performance with simplified maintenance for ease of use and a low total cost of ownership. The network-ready printers address many specific customer requests including support for higher resolution, a more informative control panel, improved network management tools, increased supply yields, and higher volume support.
The network-ready 4-in-1 Aficio SP 3500SF/SP 3510SF system includes a powerful 350 MHz CPU and delivers reliable performance with simplified maintenance for ease of use and a low total cost of ownership.
announced last week that they have merged operations. Pro Print Inc. and Christie Printing announced Friday that the new combined company will continue to operate under the Pro Print name. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The merger will benefit customers with expanded resources from the combined operations while giving Pro Print a strengthened position in the marketplace, the company said in its announcement.
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
tangible step forward for Vodafone Malta as it prepares to move into MIA’s new Skyparks business centre. Perhaps revolutionary as a concept, the paperless office is now doable more than ever. With a culture shift among a generation of young people using mobile technology where reading on screen is easy and with the synching and sharing of digital information, the printed page becomes fast outdated.
"Fax2Email is a natural progression of Netcelerate's service offering. We are pleased to be able to meet market demand for a reliable fax service," said Jack Hunt, Chief Executive Officer of Netcelerate. "Our goal is to provide a complete office suite of communications solutions and Fax2Email fits nicely with our current portfolio of services," added Hunt.
Fax2Email is available as a monthly service; it includes 200 sent pages and 300 received pages per month and can be set up to be accessed by multiple people within an organization. Fax2Email Lite is also available for customers with lesser usage requirements. By eliminating fax machines from the office, businesses can reduce office costs by reducing ink and paper expenses. Fax2Email provides greater accessibility. As retrieving and sending faxes is not limited to the office, it can take place anywhere email can be accessed.
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Kornit Allegro is a one-step production line, enabling the shortest printing cycle from file preparation to a finished printed fabric. This unique and innovative approach is achieved by Kornit's patent pending chemical solution that eliminates the need for any external process steps. This solution will create a differentiated printing experience, helping to achieve higher quality, faster results and increased revenue at lower costs.
By using Kornit Digital's unique pigment ink, textile printing businesses can now print on any type of fabric using the same Kornit Allegro printer and Kornit ink set and experience results of vivid colors and superior hand feel.
As a leading international company for digital ink development, Kornit Digital adopts the most stringent standards for protecting both human health and the environment. By using Kornit's 100 percent biodegradable ink and eliminating energy and water consumption, the Kornit Allegro is the most eco-friendly solution in the textile printing industry.
The new line of printers fit into customers' existing enterprises and is durable and able to withstand harsh environments. Also, the ZT200 series helps limit ownership costs and maximises printer uptime because it is easy to connect to the network and maintain without the use of tools while the intuitive user interface simplifies the user's learning curve for the product. In addition, the ZT200 printers address a number of customer needs with its design, which is a smaller size to fit into crowded workspaces and which features a bi-fold door, making it easier to change the media when the printer is used in a cramped space.
Monday, June 4, 2012
without hardware upgrades or complex reconfigurations.
Bukobot is a Kickstarter project for an affordable (starting at $600) open-source 3D printer from Deezmaker. So far, the Bukobot Kickstarter project has raised nearly 400 percent more than the company needed — receiving $167,410 on a goal of $42,000. There’s been a rise in interest in 3D printers as their cost has come down on hobbyist-oriented printers from companies like RepRap and MakerBot.
Friday, June 1, 2012
MWA Intelligence, Inc. is one of the largest IT infrastructure providers for copier dealer Managed Print Service companies in the United States. With over 350 major clients throughout the US, such as Global Imaging Systems, a Xerox company, and others, MWAi provides cutting-edge M2M (machine-to-machine) and M2P (machine-to-people) solutions and tools that support the exchange of real-time information. With the addition of the Intellivue to their stellar lineup of IT solutions, MWAi will have a full suite of ECM template-based offerings.
MWAi intends to expand their service offering beyond North America into Europe and the Asia-Pacific Rim over the next four quarters. As part of that offering, MWAi is actively working with Intellinetics to convert the Intellivue cloud-based ECM software into a double-byte character set (DBCS), a software language typical for Japanese, Korean and Chinese translations. By employing DBCS, the Intellinetics software suite will be ready for clients in the Asia-Pacific Rim, in addition to English speaking clients in European countries.
The relationship with MWAi continues the GlobalWise objective to find the right channel partners who have the ability to rapidly scale ECM sales into new markets such as those which MWAi participates.
Condé Systems is the recognized leader in the digital transfer market and offers everything needed to get into the personalized photo gift business including transfer systems, production software, blank imprintables, transfer paper and supplies, and instructional videos. Screen printers, sign makers, embroiderers, pad printers, engravers, photographers, and artists can expand their current product offerings by providing their customers full-color, photographic quality gifts and awards. During all stages of product selection, sales, and post sales, Condé offers expert knowledge and superior customer support. Condé and DyeTrans are trademarks of Condé Systems, Inc. Other brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.