Don't-Miss Printer Stories
Samsung spruces up their 2011 line with a new color printer and multifunction printer, but obviously hopes you weren't paying attention in high-school chemistry.
Having trouble printing from your Canon, FujiXerox, or Lexmark printer lately? Perhaps you'll find it easier after installing Apple's latest slew of printer driver updates to OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard), posted Tuesday afternoon via the company's Support Website and Software Update.
Like every industry, the printing world has developed its own jargon—sometimes cryptic and often confusing. Here's a handy guide to some of the terms you need to know to make a smart printer buying decision.
We sorted through our passel of photo printers to determine the finest ones for your holiday greeting cards and photo cards. Be sure to buy genuine card stock or photo paper for the best results.
Kyocera Mita America this week introduced two new business-class class color print to the marketplace.
Five new large format multifunction printers bring support for scanning and copying workflows to the technical document industry.
Shopping for someone with a creative streak? Here are seven suggestions.
As Apple delays implementation of part of its mobile wireless networked printing feature, printer vendors quietly plan their strategies.
What will be the fate of independent printing app developers once Apple perfects its AirPrint feature? Extinction may be inevitable, but likely a long way off.
Here are the specific HP printers that are compatible with iOS 4.2's AirPrint feature.
Mac developer Ecamm Network has released Printopia, a system preference pane that enables AirPrint printing to Mac-shared printers, along with some other nifty features.
Collobos Software has released FingerPrint to enable printer sharing from Macs to iOS devices running the forthcoming iOS 4.2 software.
Macworld Senior Editor Jackie Dove would love to upgrade her old printer, point-and-shoot, and earbuds, and to move up to one of Apple's latest Cinema Displays.
One musical act is up to its usual shenanigans, now iPhone-enhanced; the father of "net neutrality" is scared of Apple; and an ex-Apple exec finds yet another new home.
The New York Times gives its stamp of approval to e-books, Steve Jobs dials 'D' for 'developer,' and Nintendo trademarks a classic catchphrase.