printers

Staples becomes first US retailer to sell 3D printers

Staples becomes first US retailer to sell 3D printers

While 3D printers having been for sale for quite a while now, it seems they're gaining enough popularity to begin selling in major retail stores. Office supplies retail chain Staples has announced that they will begin selling the Cube 3D Printer at its stores, becoming the first major US retail store to sell 3D printers.

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Canon rolls out two imageCLASS printers, offers Google Cloud Print support

Canon rolls out two imageCLASS printers, offers Google Cloud Print support

Canon has introduced two new laser multi-fuction printers (MFPs), the imageCLASS MF8280Cw and the MF8580Cdw. Both color printers follow on the heels of successful predecessors, building on the previous models' specs and offering a few modern-day features sure to appeal to a tech-savvy crowd. Both models will be available in April starting at $499 and $599, respectively.

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MakerBot Replicator 2X experimental 3D printer hands-on

MakerBot Replicator 2X experimental 3D printer hands-on

MakerBot has made a name for themselves recently with their line of 3D printers. Today, the company is at CES 2013 showing off their new experimental 3D printer known as the Replicator 2X, which is the successor to the Replicator 2. What's most impressive about this new model, is that it has two printing heads. We ended up stopping by the crowded booth to get a look at the new printer.

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Canon unveils CanoScan scanner and new PIXMA wireless printers

Canon unveils CanoScan scanner and new PIXMA wireless printers

Canon has announced its new wireless PIXMA printers, the MG6320, MG5460, and iP7220, as well as the CanoScan 9000F Mark II photo scanner. These additions to Canon's rather vast catalog of printers and scanners represent a nice addition for photographers. No word on when they'll be available, but we're guessing it'll be soon.

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HP launches all-in-one printer with built-in WiFi hotspot

HP launches all-in-one printer with built-in WiFi hotspot

Most all-in-one printers these days usually only come with print, copy, scan, and fax capabilities, which is more than what most users need usually, but HP launched a new printer today in India that also has a built-in WiFi hotspot capable of hosting up to eight devices. Apart from that, the new printer also supports Apple AirPrint, along with HP's ePrint for wireless printing.

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Kodak dropping out of inkjet printer business

Kodak dropping out of inkjet printer business

Kodak has been around for an extremely long time, and they've made quite a name for themselves over the years -- especially during the days when actual film was the norm in cameras. However, ever since the dawn of digital photography, Kodak has disappeared more and more into the abyss. Today, the company has announced that they're stepping out of the inkjet printer business in 2013.

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HP Q2 2012 shows $1.6b Earnings

HP Q2 2012 shows $1.6b Earnings

This week HP is showing off their second financial quarter earnings wares with $1.6 billion in GAAP earnings no less than a 27k employee cut restructuring plan. This call includes HP's announcement of a new revenue of $30.7 billion, this a decline of 3 percent year-over-year. HP's earnings of $1.6 billion this quarter compared to last quarter is a massive 31 percent decline - not the news you want to hear if you're an investor, to be sure.

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HP merging its PC and printer business

HP merging its PC and printer business

HP is getting ready to announce a major reorganization today that will involve the consolidation of its PC unit, the Personal Systems Group (PSG) and its printer division, the Imaging and Printing Group (IPG). According to insider sources cited by AllThingsD, the move is an attempt to streamline the company's operations, cut costs, and provide customers with more unified product offerings.

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Scientists create “unprinting” technology

Scientists create “unprinting” technology

It's easy enough to print out a sheet of paper with some sort of text on it these days, but what about the process of removing that ink from the paper? Engineers at the University of Cambridge are working on a solution that makes that a reality and could lead to a boost in reusable paper technology. The solution is something that could indeed revolutionize the way we think about recycling.

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Canon unveils two new PIXMA wireless All-in-One photo printers

Canon unveils two new PIXMA wireless All-in-One photo printers

Canon is adding two new PIXMA wireless All-in-One (AIO) photo printers to their lineup with models MG8220 and MG6220. These printers are affordable and yet offer great design and convenient wireless connectivity for printing from anywhere as well as accessing images from the web without having to touch your computer. An added bonus is the updated software that now includes Easy-PhotoPrint EX and Full HD Movie Print.

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Tablets Saving Trees?

Tablets Saving Trees?

There is no question that the iPad and soon, other tablets, are making printing less and less necessary. When you can carry the content with you and read it comfortably, why do you need to print it out? A few restaurants now are using iPads for their menus and wine lists, and of course, sales of e-books are growing exponentially. John Paczkowski at The Wall Street Journal's Digital Daily has an interesting perspective on the tablet phenomena.

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Pantone Cookies for Delicious Printing Results

Pantone Cookies for Delicious Printing Results

If you've not entirely switched over your life to a completely paper-free approach, you've been affected by Pantone colors. They've got basically every color in the rainbow, and each color has it's own code. Why do designers love Pantone so much? Because they're both essentially exact, and they make for awesome iterations of other objects. Case in point - Pantone cookies.

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