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Still not sure whether Web-connected printers are a worthwhile investment? Consider these perks of printing from the cloud.
Body scanners may someday make a copy of your body for future regeneration of body parts on a 3D printer
Xerox on Monday offered a glimpse into the future of its printing products, announcing a high-speed inkjet printer that employs a new type of liquid-free ink to...
As one on-call technician discovers, appearances can be deceiving when you're making on-site repairs
Lexmark is selling its model X543dn color all-in-one laser printer for only $449 with free shipping, for a limited time.
Get an HP LaserJet Pro monochrome laser printer for only $129, with a coupon code, plus free shipping and a $50 HP gift card.
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.
The advent of Web-connected printers offers hackers new opportunities to steal your data, but a few simple precautions will keep you safe amidst the cloud.
Google's long-anticipated online printing solution, which the company has launched as a public beta for Windows users, is extremely easy to use.
That shiny new Android phone you just bought? Yeah, it's a piece of trash. No, I'm not some Google-hating Apple fanboy. The iPhone 4 is junk, too.
HP’s cloud-based ePrint service worked eight out of ten times in our tests, but some BlackBerry users may be frustrated.
As the mobile workforce increasingly uses tablets and smartphones, a nonprofit group hopes to use the devices to reduce paperwork and cut printing costs.
A new 1 million dollar 3D printer prints titanium parts for your windowsill.
You need your printer to print, but do you need it to access the Internet? HP and Lexmark are hoping you'll think so, as they launch more and more of their printers into the cloud. Is it worth the added cost?