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  • News: The ABCs of printer inks

    Buying a printer shouldn’t be difficult, but often, it is. That's partly because of the vast abundance of technologies, manufacturers, and models to choose from.

  • News: E-Book Prices Fuel Outrage--and Innovation

    An e-book that costs the same as a printed book doesn't feel right. No trees died to make it. No heavy machinery ran to print it. No planes flew to ship it. You might need to buy one of those new $139 Barnes & Noble Nooks, announced this week, to be able to read it. So why should you have to spend as much as you would for a heavy hardcover book to own it?

  • News: Amazon Faces New Challenges, Introduces Lower-Cost 3G Kindle

    As its competition announced new models that shoot squarely at the heart of Amazon's Kindle e-reader business, Amazon responded by quietly unleashing a 3G variant of its Kindle With Special Offers. Like the Wi-Fi-only Kindle With Special Offers, this model shaves $25 off the price in exchange for turning the screensaver into a targeted advertising slate with deals.

  • News: Lexmark adds Envelope Wizard to its SmartSolutions apps

    Lexmark is continuing to add to its range of SmartSolution apps for its internet-connected printers with the launch of the Envelope Wizard SmartSolution.

  • News: HP signs deal to acquire Printelligent

    Technology giant Hewlett-Packard will acquire Printelligent to bolster its position in managed printing services for business clients, the two companies said on Tuesday.

  • News: Japan's NHK shows latest flexible OLED screen

    Japan's public broadcaster, NHK (Nippon Hoso Kyokai), is making progress on the development of thin, flexible screens that might one day make a roll-up TV possible.

  • News: Livescribe Smartpen Gets Facebook and Google Shortcuts

    Livescribe smartpens are getting shortcuts for sending notes to popular Web services, as well as the capability to make interactive "pencast" PDFs than animate recorded handwriting and synced audio.

  • News: Liberty Media offers to buy Barnes & Noble

    U.S. bookseller Barnes & Noble might have found a buyer. On Thursday the maker of the Nook e-reader said it has received an acquisition proposal from media conglomerate Liberty Media.

  • News: AusCERT 2011: Routing systems 'based on gossip'

    IT managers are under threat from routing systems that are providing easy access for fraudsters, the Chief Scientist at the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) has claimed.

  • News: Tips for dealing with professional print shops

    The printing industry is a curious mix of old and new—a world rich with history that harks back hundreds of years, but relies on technology that changes and improves all the time.

  • News: Elgato releases HDHomeRun networked TV tuner

    On Monday, Elgato introduced the HDHomeRun, a networked, dual-tuner device that lets you watch and record over-the-air (ATSC) or unencrypted digital cable (Clear QAM) signals on a combination of two Macs or PCs at the same time.

  • News: Samsung to Show Off 2560-by-1600, 10.1-Inch Display

    Samsung will unveil a 10.1-inch tablet display next week with 2560-by-1600 resolution that draws 40 percent less power than older RGB stripe LCD screens. The new PenTile WQXGA display has double the resolution found in the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and has more than five times as many total pixels as the iPad's 1024-by-768 display.

  • News: Microsoft pushes peripherals at business market

    Microsoft visited the PC Advisor offices this morning to tell us about its plans to push their range of hardware peripherals into the business market.

  • News: Creative design tips for e-mail signatures

    If you consider yourself creative, you've likely considered designing a fancy signature line for your e-mail messages. It's a terrific opportunity to express a bit of your personality without requiring any additional work when composing your message—and without adding extra file size to your e-mail. (Your recipients will appreciate that!) Plus, it makes the e-mail more distinctive, acting almost as a business card, if your recipient wants to print it out.

  • News: Dell extends data center line for virtualization

    LAS VEGAS -- At the Interop trade show this week, Dell will expand its networking, server and storage product lines to help users migrate from legacy data centers to those more heavily reliant on virtualization.

  • News: This Mother's Day Give Tech Support Instead of Chocolate

    Mother's Day is this Sunday, which means that flower shops will be busy, Hallmark stock should be up, and you can expect long lines at brunches as children of all ages try to figure out some meaningful way to thank Moms for all they do, and all they mean to us. This Mother's Day, maybe you can get your mom a clue so she can get more use out of her PC and maybe video chat with the grandkids every once in awhile.

  • News: Epson Stylus Photo R2000 targets creative crowd

    Epson has announced the Epson Stylus Photo R2000, a wide-format printer targeted to advanced amateur photographers, hobbyists, and creative professionals. The new unit, which features the company’s pigment printing technology, is designed to produce vivid, archival prints with a glossy look and feel.

  • News: Juniper rolls out latest Cisco challenge

    Juniper Networks this week is rolling out its first dedicated line of enterprise edge routers, a collection of products that borrow technology from the company's powerful service provider routers and that will give customers a new alternative to Cisco ASR gear.

  • News: BlackBerry Playbook Wi-Fi edition unboxed

    The BlackBerry Playbook seeks to buck the tablet trend with a small form factor married to some top-notch hardware. We got to try it out at Mobile World Congress, but hadn’t had a proper chance to see how the final version of the Playbook performs. With the tablet now shipping in the US, we took the initiative and bought a Playbook playmate of our own.

  • News: Common Bleach Element Brightens OLED Displays

    It turns out chlorine can brighten more than laundry whites: A University of Toronto team has doubled the efficiency of their OLED displays using the common bleach element.



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