Don't-Miss Printer Stories
Hewlett-Packard's CEO has dismissed persistent rumors that the company might break itself up in a move that could create more value for shareholders.
Hewlett-Packard reported a drop in profit for the last quarter as printer and PC sales both declined, but said cost-cutting measures the company announced last year are starting to pay off.
The printer features stereolithography, which uses a laser to cure liquid resin into microscopic layers, resulting in much more precise creations.
Cloud-connected printers are everywhere, but how hard is it to collect your paperwork? We went to a private school and Twitter's corporate office to find out.
Our reader survey indicates that consumers are largely satisfied with their printers, though overall satisfaction levels have declined since 2009.
Who makes the most reliable computers and gadgets? We asked a small army of PCWorld readers to rate the companies that made their desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets and printers. The results might change your perceptions of which companies to trust.
Print vivid images on photo-friendly models for home, office, or enthusiast users.
Printers manufactured by Samsung have a backdoor administrator account hard coded in their firmware that could enable attackers to change their configuration, read their network information or stored credentials and access sensitive information passed to them by users.
HP and Dell's lists of printers and multifunctions for the upcoming Windows 8 and RT tablets turn up some inconvenient surprises.
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?
The head of HP’s printer and personal systems group talks to PCWorld's Tom Spring about Windows 8, Microsoft’s Surface tablet, small business, the future of printing and life in the "post-PC world."
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.
Lexmark International has exited the inkjet printer business and is laying off 1,700 people as part of a restructuring plan to improve profitability.