printer

Pogoplug cloud printing support due this summer

Pogoplug cloud printing support due this summer

The second Pogoplug update in around a month has been announced, promising remote printing functionality for the network-attached drive sharing device.  The new update, due for release this coming summer, will add a new Web Printing tool when a USB printer is hooked up; users will be able to send print jobs locally or remotely, or even email them direct to the printer.

Continue Reading

Kodak ESP Office 6150 AiO Printer Offers Printing from Smartphones [Update]

Kodak ESP Office 6150 AiO Printer Offers Printing from Smartphones [Update]

Considering the amount of time people spend on their mobile devices, especially their smartphones, you'd think that printing from them would be pretty commonplace by now. Especially with the fact that they're all fused with WiFi and Bluetooth. But, it's still not everywhere quite yet, so when Kodak announces a brand new printer that features the missing link, well, we get pretty excited.

Continue Reading

HP ePrint hands-on [Video]

HP ePrint hands-on [Video]

We have to admit, when HP announced their new ePrint line-up last week, we did wonder about whether giving printers their own email addresses was taking wireless technology one step too far into the mundane.  Having played with the new line-up today, we're may not quite be 100-percent convinced, but at least we know the system works.  After the cut, why your printer might end up your most frequent correspondent, and how HP hope to distract your offspring.

Video demo after the cut

Continue Reading

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 23 2010

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 23 2010

Hey gang; it's time for another week in review. HP debuted its slick web-connected printer service on Monday. The service will let you do some cool things like print from your smartphone by emailing a document to the printer. Ahead of WWDC early Monday, AT&T started to tweak the upgrade eligibility for many iPhone 3GS owners. This was no surprise given that we knew Steve was going to be pulling that new iPhone out of his pocket a few hours later that day.

Continue Reading

Google Cloud Print gets HP ePrint compatibility demo [Video]

Google Cloud Print gets HP ePrint compatibility demo [Video]

Google have been fleshing out their upcoming Cloud Print service, which is now apparently being tested internally.  Similar to what we saw with HP's ePrint system yesterday, Google Cloud Print allows users to send print jobs from their smartphone to any compatible networked printer; in fact, Google took to the stage with HP to demo the interaction of the two systems, and confirm that any of HP ePrint printers announced will also be fully compatible with Google Cloud Print.

Video demo after the cut

Continue Reading

HP ePrint web-connected printer service debuts

HP ePrint web-connected printer service debuts

As tipped earlier today, HP has announced their HP ePrint web-connected and cloud-aware printer system, which will allow users to store documents remotely and print them from wherever they are in the world.  At its most basic, users will be able to email print tasks to their printer from smartphones, iPads and other internet-connected devices; however, HP ePrint will also allow for scheduled prints of online content, such as MSNBC news or Disney activities for children.

Continue Reading

iPad printing “will come” says Steve Jobs

iPad printing “will come” says Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs has apparently been working on clearing his inbox again, with the latest missive from the Apple CEO being in response to a user query regarding the absence of printing from the iPad.  According to a Mac Rumors reader, Jobs replied to the question with the typicaly-terse "It will come," lending weight to previous rumors that enterprise-friendly functionality was in development for the Apple tablet.

Continue Reading

Facade Printer: the most exciting inkjet you’ll see [Video]

Facade Printer: the most exciting inkjet you’ll see [Video]

If HP's inkjets were as interesting as this DIY Facade Printer, the company wouldn't have had to buy Palm just to get some press coverage.  The handiwork of German product designers and engineers Martin Fussenegger, Michael Haas and Julian Adenauer, the inkjet-with-attitude is capable of precisely firing individual colored dots from up to 20 feet away, creating huge - and surprisingly accurate - murals on whatever wall is unlucky enough to get in the way.

Video demo after the cut

Continue Reading

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16