Don't-Miss Printer Stories
Lexmark International has exited the inkjet printer business and is laying off 1700 people as part of a restructuring plan to improve profitability.
Photo printers go on summer parade with an emphasis on software and wireless access.
Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday announced the OfficeJet 150 Mobile All-in-One portable printer, which the company called the world's first mobile multifunction printer.
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Macworld staff writer Lex Friedman shows how you can print from your iOS devices even if you don't have an AirPrint printer.
Today a feature-rich inkjet printer can be had for a price that seems astonishingly low … until the ink runs out.
Looks like you can't teach a new iPad old Smart Covers. Elsewhere, HP shareholders want to know why everything it can do Apple can do better, BlackBerry lets the homefront slip through its fingers, and the iPhone might soon get all the G's.
The writing may finally be on the wall for Hewlett-Packard's storied print division, as reports are circulating that the company is going to merge its Imaging and Printing Group into its PC-making Personal Systems Group as a way to reduce costs and simplify its business.
New printer software helps OS X Lion and OS X 10.6 work with Canon, Samsung, and Ricoh hardware, along with a few lesser-known brands.
Canon's new line of Pixma printers allows wireless printing from your iOS device.
Epson announced three new wide-format WorkForce printers, ideal for small businesses and creative professionals.
HP introduces three new AirPrint-compatible business printers for small and mid-size companies.
What can you do if you are an iPhone or iPad owner and don't have one of the anointed printers? Consider the Lantronix xPrintServer, which will soon be available.