Don't-Miss Photo printer Stories
Twitter and Facebook are killing your phone battery, but you don't need a dedicated app for that.
Print vivid images on photo-friendly models for home, office, or enthusiast users.
Home and small business users are printing less while making wider use of the Web and offline print services.
Want your ink cartridge to last longer? Inkgard sells an app for that--but its remanufactured cartridges' variable yields make the benefit uncertain.
Nearly 90 percent of all printer users mainly use their printers to print out photos and printers, a poll suggests.
Refilling empty HP cartridges with Ink-O-Dem inks is cheaper than buying new--but not by much.
An ink explosion, so-so output, and a balky printer mar this DIY ink-refill experiment.
Our Serial Refiller finds that a no-name, do-it-yourself refill kit creates ink spillage and subpar printed pages.
Take one inkjet printer, try refilled and remanufactured cartridges on it, and what do you get? Mostly small hassles--and some big savings.
The preeminent self promoter Lady Gaga has been dipping her hand into tech over the past couple years. Here is a snapshot of what she's been up to.
Newegg.com has the HP Officejet H470 mobile thermal ink printer on sale for $160, but you can knock an extra $40 off with a coupon code.
Our cheapskate serial refiller saved a few bucks by buying remanufactured HP cartridges from Cartridge World--but the retailer’s pricing quirks mean your savings will vary.
Our serial refiller more than halved his printing costs with Costco’s ink-refill service, but he found that the warehouse club’s ink wasn’t as vibrant as HP’s.
Our serial refiller saved a few bucks by using rebuilt HP tanks from Office Depot, but the third-party ink wasn’t quite as good as the printer vendor's ink.