Don't-Miss Printer Stories
On Tuesday, Epson released the WorkForce 635, a multifunction printer (MFP) targeted at small business.
Kodak on Friday released a new multifunction printer (MFP), the ESP 9250. The new device replaces the ESP 9 as Kodak’s top-of-the-line MFP.
Canon releases new Pixma photo multifunction printers.
Brother offers a free iPhone app that lets users of its all-in-one printers print documents and photos from their iOS devices. You can also use the app to scan directly to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Konica Minolta on Monday released two new printers for business.
Epson on Tuesday released the WorkForce 325, a new multifunction printer (MFP) for home offices and small businesses.
Epson released three new multifunction printers for its Artisan lineup. The new Artisan 835, Artisan 725, and Artisan 725 Arctic Special Edition are targeted at users who frequently print photos, as well as typical office documents.
New drivers for printers and scanners from the two manufacturers arrive to OS X 10.6.
We’re in the eye of the storm between the release of iOS 4 and the crushing crowds lining up for the iPhone 4 on Thursday. What better way to cleanse your palate than with this fine assortment of amuse-bouche that we call the remainders for June 22, 2010.
HP's forthcoming printers costing more than US$99 will let users print remotely using their mobile phones and other wireless devices.
It’s a world of conflict we live in. If it’s not Google taking potshots at rival Apple, then it’s former Palm employees leaving for Google or NBC and Time Warner taking Adobe’s side in the Flash versus iPhone debate.
HP is buying Palm because it wants the company's operating system to use in Web-connected printers, Chairman and CEO Mark Hurd said on Tuesday.
Steve Jobs is still answering e-mails, TV networks are taking different tacks with HTML5, and the iPad and Apple IIe are on their way to starring in a buddy action movie.