Don't-Miss Printer Stories
This 100,000-dpi photo printer makes nano-sized full-color images on a canvas that's as wide as a human hair.
Why powder your nose when you can powder your way to a whole universe of possibilities?
Metal exoskeletons are too heavy for disabled kids to use, so these researchers made a lightweight one, hot from the 3D printer.
Home and small business users are printing less while making wider use of the Web and offline print services.
Miss the old mixtapes? This upgraded, 3D-printed version from MakerBot looks just like the real thing, but holds your favorite MP3 playlist instead.
If you want a 3D printer but are short on space, check out Ben Heck's 3D-printer-in-a-briefcase.
A computer worm that propagates by exploiting a 2010 Windows vulnerability is responsible for some of the recent incidents involving network printers suddenly...
Intended to be a green gesture, the event was canceled after a loud outcry from printing industry trade groups, which called it "ill-conceived."
Printers connected to Windows computers infected with new variants of a malware program called Trojan.Milicenso.
There’s lots of cool stuff going on with 3D printers lately, but the BurritoB0t takes the cake--er, burrito.
This 3D printer can print super complex objects on a tiny scale by using light to build objects from liquid resin.
Printer maker Toshiba is sponsoring National No-Print Day on October 23, 2012, when it hopes the paperless office becomes a reality. Ironic?