Don't-Miss Printer Stories
Fuji Xerox will launch a new cloud storage service that hooks directly into its multifunction copiers next week, allowing documents to be uploaded by scan or...
Here, in detail, are the reliability measures and the service measures that we included in our 2011 survey.
If you need a bone, 3D-printed scaffold replacements may be around in the next 1-2 decades.
Millions of Hewlett Packard Co.'s LaserJet printers contain a security weakness that could allow attackers to take control of the systems, steal data from them and issue commands that could cause the devices to overheat and catch fire.
Electronics stores and other mass retailers are pulling out the pricing stops the day after Thanksgiving. Here's a chance to stock up on gadgets for work.
Forgo that future iPad purchase you’ve been thinking about and get a 3D printer instead.
Get a Pixma MX870 color inkjet multifunction printer from Adorama Camera for $161.
Want your ink cartridge to last longer? Inkgard sells an app for that--but its remanufactured cartridges' variable yields make the benefit uncertain.
Pay only $139 for a Canon Pixma MG6120 color all-in-one printer at Abe's of Maine--and shipping is free.
It’s not your father’s Polaroid, but the new 14-megapixel digital camera with a built-in photo printer harkens back to the popular Polaroid Spectra of the 1980s.
This funky-looking guitar was designed and built entirely using a 3D printer and open-source design software.
HP’s TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 uses a camera on a stick to scan 3D objects.
This new multi-function printer uses TopShot, a camera on an adjustable arm, to take multiple birds’-eye photos of 3D objects, combining them in a single image with shadows and contours.