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Printing equipment manufacturer Ricoh announced plans to buy Ikon for US$1.6 billion.
Epson unveiled a new line of all-in-one printers designed for the home or home office.
Epson is turning its sites to "micro-businesses" that need volume printing capabilities with its new WorkForce line.
Canon introduced two new printers and three new scanners.
Brother's new "all-in-one" printer supports page sizes up to 11 x 17, saving you a trip to the printer's.
Apple has released Brother Print Driver 1.1, an updated version of print drivers for Brother-branded printers.
Apple has posted an updated version of Canon printer drivers for 10.5.3.
Epson has introduced the Stylus NX400, a new $99 all-in-one printer that's Mac and PC-compatible.
Rick LePage of Printerville takes a look at the long-awaited replacement to the Stylus Photo R2400—the $800 Epson Stylus Photo R2880 photo printer.
HP has refined its environmental policies, outlining a slew of new programs.
Xerox’s research arm Monday showcased its latest innovations, including erasable paper and tools that make documents “smart” by adding a deeper meaning to words and images.
Canon's new Pixma iP100 mobile printer outputs up to 20 pages per minute in black and 14 pages per minute in color, at up to 9600 x 2400 dpi.
A software calculator previewed on Tuesday by Xerox can suggest how offices can reduce the environmental impact of office printers, copiers and other devices.