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The National Association of Broadcasters Show 2014 is in full swing, and PCR has rounded up the biggest tech announcements from the event.
With Scan Computers becoming the first UK PC retailer to accept the virtual currency and US etailer Overstock taking in $1m in Bitcoin sales, the cryptocurrency is becoming big business.
13 partners have signed up to Ingram Micro UK’s VentureTech Network (VTN), with a further three resellers set to join soon.
This week Gadget Show Live will once again showcase the technology of tomorrow in a dedicated Future Tech Project area.
Microsoft has demonstrated a ‘Windows in the Car’ in-car operating system.
Google is encouraging developers to build ‘extremely simple’ apps for its new Android set-top-box.
Several leading retail buyers in the UK PC and tech market have joined the PCR Retail Advisory Board.
PC accessory vendor Cherry was bought out by ZF in 2008 - and that firm can trace its origins all the way back to 1891.
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The consumer version of the Oculus Rift should aim for a price around £200 (€239) if it hopes to interest retailers, firms have told PCR.