Don't-Miss Printer Stories
Canon will work with Oracle to integrate its business copiers and printers with the software giant's database and server products.
The device has touchscreen capabilities that allow for image editing -- just crop and rotate with your fingers, and it prints whatever image is on screen.
3D printed blood vessels bring us one creepy step closer to 3D printed people.
Microsoft wants external device makers to create Metro-style apps for Windows 8 that would eliminate junk software installs.
An online shopping trip shows that national retailer Staples charges more and a website called Bluedogink.com charges less--but it's the deal around the price that makes the difference.
Along with HP's new line of printers comes 3D object scanning and enhanced Web-based printing services.
PCWorld editors discuss the sorry state of printing over the internet, along with some revelations about where you should or shouldn't buy ink or toner. Microsoft's BUILD conference is next week, where it will reveal much about Windows 8; we tell you what we hope to learn.
Nearly 90 percent of all printer users mainly use their printers to print out photos and printers, a poll suggests.
You may not think of a printer as being a major security threat, but researchers have found easy methods that hackers can use to gain access to your data.
The multifunction printer market continues to innovate, with models sprouting new features or shrinking to fit onto your desk. Melissa Riofrio takes a look at two new models from Canon and HP.
Amazon.com has the HP Officejet 6500A inkjet all-in-one on sale for only $130.
DIY-plus-pre-fab uses the best of both worlds, as well as some cool tech, to bring architecture to the masses.