The Epson Expression Photo XP-850 lives up to its name with super-nice photos that print speedily. It also has well-priced inks and enough efficiency features to make it useful in a home office.
Is it a car or a rolling entertainment center? The latest rides are loaded with huge touchscreens and futuristic ways to keep the kids quiet.
This isn’t your SUV’s rear backup camera. At the Detroit Auto Show, we’ve seen everything from traffic-monitoring systems to cars that double as displays.
Who needs a backseat driver when this triad of detection equipment, built into the windshield of some new Volvo models, watches for pedestrians, blind spots, traffic jams, and more?
The huge touchscreen control panel in Tesla's Model S is even more eye-catching than the car itself. Melissa Riofrio takes a look at the panel (and the car) at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Netflix’s streaming service went down Christmas Eve, depriving thousands of their Christmas (or anything-but) video fix for about 20 hours. Our gift to you: video-streaming tips, tricks, and alternatives, so you’ll be ready next time.
The WorkForce WF-2540 color inkjet multifunction has some nice features and good output quality, but ink costs are high, and it slows considerably when scanning, or when printing at higher-quality settings.
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Print vivid images on photo-friendly models for home, office, or enthusiast users.
Impressive print quality is the highlight of this small workgroup unit. Speed and features are competent. Toner costs range from average to a little pricey.
Sometimes you need dead trees in hand to get the job done. A growing number of options are available to let you print away from the office. Here's what you need for printing on the go from your smartphone, tablet, or PC.
Kodak printers may be history, but the ink will be available for at least several more years. That's nice consolation for existing users--and a much-needed revenue stream for a company working hard to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
We studied changes in monochrome laser toner pricing over the past three years and found hikes well beyond the rate of inflation for various Brother, Samsung and Xerox printers. Why are prices increasing—and why now?
We talk with Marty Canning, Lexmark's printer czar, about how Lexmark will continue to support inkjet users--and how Lexmark's laser business is doing just fine, thank you.
When a major maker of inkjet printers says it's going to stop selling them, what does this mean for the future of the category, and for you?