Don't-Miss Printer Stories
Macs weren't the only hardware to come out of Cupertino before the iPod and iPhone came along. For nearly two decades, Apple offered its own line of printers as well. Here's a look back at some of the more memorable models.
Of all the new hardware products we saw over the past year, these 10 were our favorites.
A partnership between Intel and Nokia announced on Tuesday to develop future mobile devices will be mutually beneficial, analysts said.
Here are a few suggestions for anyone who is shopping for a photo printer. We have printers we recommend, as well as devices that have generated buzz that you'll want to investigate.
Part one of Macworld's 2009 Holiday Gear Guide looks at affordable gifts under $50.
The drivers -- available from the company's Support Downloads site -- cover printers made by Canon, HP, Brother, and Lexmark.
Dell announced the 5130cdn ($1549), a workgroup color laser printer that the company claims is the “world’s fastest single function letter-size office color laser printer.”
While ink-on-paper printing technology is getting smaller, faster, and more affordable, the world of specialty printers is expanding. Mind-blowing tools are being developed that can print everything from food to human organs.
Roman Loyola takes a quick look at the Internet features in the HP Photosmart Premium with TouchSmart Web and the Lexmark Interact S605 printers.
Primera Technology, a developer and manufacturer of CD/DVD/BD duplication and printing equipment, has announced the new BravoPro Xi-Series Disc Publishers.
Primera Technology, a leading developer and manufacturer of CD/DVD/BD duplication and printing equipment, has announced PTPublisher for Mac.
This two-in-one digital photo frame prints 4-by-6-inch photos, too.
Canon introduces Easy-PhotoPrint for iPhone, a free app for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Ecofont is a free typeface that promises to reduce ink use by up to 20 percent.
Epson announced a new compact photo printer called the PictureMate Charm.