Corsair Gaming is an American computer components and peripherals company with a focus on the theme of gaming. It does not operate manufacturing and is primarily a marketing operation with outsourced R&D and production.
FeverTokens is a French Web3 tech provider that designs and develops no-code framework for users to deploy their own Web3 applications and NFT marketplaces. It also provides clients with no background in blockchain with cash-to-Web3 services.
Ferrari S.p.A. is an Italian automaker that specializes in luxury sports cars. Founded in 1939 as a tuner of Alfa Romeo, Ferrari released its first car right after WW2. It came under the control of Fiat over the decades and became an independent public co
Koenigsegg Automotive AB is a Swedish boutique automaker that specializes in luxury supercars. Unlike other boutique automaker, Koenigsegg makes a lot of the core components, including the engine of its vehicles, in-house. This is what separates it from o
Bugatti is a French luxury boutique carmaker that specializes in supercars. Part of Volkswagen AG, Bugatti was relaunched in 1998 after the original company, Automobiles Ettore Bugatti, went bankrupt in the 1950s.
DS Automobiles is an effort by PSA, now part of Stellantis, to introduce a premium brand of automobiles that can compete with the likes of Infiniti, the premium brand of Nissan-Renault. The name was derived from the iconic Citroen DS from the 1950s.
Maserati is an Italian subsidiary of the multinational automaker Stellantis. It specializes in high-performance premium and luxury vehicles and had a long racing heritage. For a long time, it has been associated with Ferrari. Since Ferrari was spun off fr
Saab Automobile is a defunct automaker from Sweden. It was founded in 1945 when its parent company, Saab (Swedish airplane AB), started making passenger vehicles. The company made a long line of quirky FWD vehicles that attracted a cult following. In 2000
Alfa Romeo is an Italian subsidiary of the multinational automaker Stellantis. Currently, it is positioned as a premium brand in the European branch of Stellantis.
SEAT is a Spanish subsidiary of the German automaker Volkswagen Group. Founded in 1950, it was a state-owned company until its sale to Volkswagen in 1986. Currently, SEAT is placed at the bottom of Volkswagen's passenger vehicle lineup, though it shar
Skoda is a Czech subsidiary of the German automaker Volkswagen Group. Tracing its history back over a century in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Skoda started manufacturing automobiles in 1905. More recently, its vehicles are essentially cheapened versions o
Dodge is an American brand owned by the multinational automaker Stellantis. Founded in 1900, it had been one of Chrysler's brands for decades before Chrysler itself became part of DaimlerChrysler, FCA, and more recently Stellantis.
Opel Automobile GmbH is a German subsidiary of the multinational automaker Stellantis. Opel also sells its vehicles under the Vauxhall brand in the UK. Over the years, the Opel brand changed hands several times. Since the 1970s, Vauxhall became a rebrand
Peugeot is a French brand owned by the multinational automaker Stellantis, the result of merger between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and PSA Group. Currently, it manufactures a range of compact and subcompact hatchbacks and crossovers. Before the merge
Citroen is a French brand owned by the multinational automaker Stellantis, which was the result of merger between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and PSA Group. Founded over a century ago, Citroen pioneered many technologies in the automotive industry, in
Chrysler is a subsidiary of the multinational automaker Stellantis, formerly known as FCA. It is one of the American "Big Three" and, during the 1950s and 1960s, offered a list of iconic automobiles. More recently, Chrysler ceased being an indepen
Renault is a division of the French multinational automaker Renault Group. The group's namesake, Renault can trace its routes back to the 19th century. It markets a range of affordable, though perhaps uninspiring, vehicles that have a positive reputat
Jaguar is a brand of premium and luxury vehicles owned by Jaguar Land Rover, a British automaker. The brand can trace its roots back to the 1930s, when the first Jaguar vehicle appeared. Over the years, the ownership of Jaguar changed hands a number of ti
Infiniti is a sub-brand of the Japanese automaker Nissan with a focus on higher-end and luxury vehicles. Launched in 1989, Nissan originally sold upper-end models unavailable in the North American under the Infiniti brand into the US market. Soon afterwar
Alpina Burkard Bovensiepen is an automobile manufacturer that focuses on upgrading BMW vehicles. Founded in 1965, Alpina works with BMW closely in engineering, production, and sales. This separates it from other aftermarket tuners who purchase retail vehi
Ricoh Company Ltd. is a Japanese electronics multinational with a focus on imaging products, most notably cameras, copiers, printers, and projectors, etc.
Hasselblad is a Swedish manufacturer of high-end photographic cameras, lenses, and equipment. It is best known for its storied line of medium format cameras, including the one used on the moon landing during the Apollo program.
Olympus is a brand of photographic equipment managed by OM Digital Solutions. Originally, it was part of the Olympus Corporation, a Japanese manufacturer of photographic and optical products, which is a major player in medical, scientific, and industrial
Pentax is a brand name that the Japanese multinational imaging company Ricoh uses for photography and optics products. Until 2007, Pentax had been an independent company in the photographic industry for close to a century. It merged with Hoya, a Japanese