Still not sure whether Web-connected printers are a worthwhile investment? Consider these perks of printing from the cloud.
Printing over the Web through the beta Google Cloud Print service is basically reliable, despite a few problems.
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.
HP’s cloud-based ePrint service worked eight out of ten times in our tests, but some BlackBerry users may be frustrated.
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?
In our tests, prints made with manufacturers' ink looked better and lasted longer than those made with third-party replacement inks. Want to see for yourself? Here are some examples.
You don't need multiple printers just because you have more than one PC. Here's our easy guide to sharing your printer from one computer to another.
This inkjet printer deftly balances photo-printing features with perks for office and school users.