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by Aga Frost Nilsen

The explosion that took place on the 12th of August in the Tatsuno factory might cause delays regarding toner supply. The incident caused no bodily harm, but the operations were …

by Aga Frost Nilsen

People are mainly used to printers as office machines, regularly paired with scanners, copiers, fax machines, or anything other than correlates to the job at hand. However, there are also …

by Aga Frost Nilsen

Among the latest efforts in terms of reducing ecological footprint while providing better value, the HolyGrail 2.0 project ranks quite high. It is a project that focuses on providing additional …

by Aga Frost Nilsen

Nanoptix, the global provider of various tech for the kiosk, lottery, POS and gaming market, have been with us for close to 20 years now, and in those two decades …

by Aga Frost Nilsen

Internet startup OneWeb filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Friday, less than a week after it successfully launched 34 satellites from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The eighth-year-old firm, which previously …

by Aga Frost Nilsen

In the information era, you’re either getting that information in real time or you’re left behind, wondering where everyone is while a massive and only sometimes figurative tsunami is rapidly …

by Aga Frost Nilsen

Printing giant Sharp is adding two new monochrome printers to its device lineup, both of which are meant to inject some added variety and accessibility into an already pretty inexpensive …

by Aga Frost Nilsen

The ProStream 1800, Canon’s latest continuous feed inkjet printer, has officially debuted in the United States as of this week. With this being the latest variation of a somewhat niche …

by Aga Frost Nilsen

A couple of days ago, under the r/Berserk subreddit, I saw several threads popping out with users showing off their 3D printed Dragon Slayer. At that point I remembered that …

by Aga Frost Nilsen

Do you remember Prototype Series 1000 Terminator from the Terminator movies? In a way, he does represent a 3D printer of the future, no? Take a better look at him …

by Anya Bazmarov

Hewlett-Packard is one of the first and most successful companies that originated from the Silicon Valley. Today, Hewlett-Packard is the largest printer supplier in the world, but over the course …

by Anya Bazmarov

Hewlett-Packard is one of the first and most successful companies that originated from the Silicon Valley. Today, Hewlett-Packard is the largest printer supplier in the world, but over the course …

by Carolina Gabryszewska

Konica Minolta is one of the most recent Japanese tech companies with a long history when considering the roots. Minolta dates back into 1928, when Kazuo Tashima made a camera …

by Denise Parreira

Lexmark started as a product of IBM when there was an increasing risk of falling behind the ever-growing computer market when innovating was on the up and rise. During the …

by Anya Bazmarov

Hewlett-Packard is one of the first and most successful companies that originated from the Silicon Valley. Today, Hewlett-Packard is the largest printer supplier in the world, but over the course …

by Carolina Gabryszewska

Konica Minolta is one of the most recent Japanese tech companies with a long history when considering the roots. Minolta dates back into 1928, when Kazuo Tashima made a camera …

by Carolina Gabryszewska

Konica Minolta is one of the most recent Japanese tech companies with a long history when considering the roots. Minolta dates back into 1928, when Kazuo Tashima made a camera …

by Anya Bazmarov

Hewlett-Packard is one of the first and most successful companies that originated from the Silicon Valley. Today, Hewlett-Packard is the largest printer supplier in the world, but over the course …

by Rudo De Battista

Ricoh has had early attempts at photography in the 1930s and there is sufficient evidence that they were successful at it in terms of sales. Initially the company provided photo …

by Carolina Gabryszewska

Konica Minolta is one of the most recent Japanese tech companies with a long history when considering the roots. Minolta dates back into 1928, when Kazuo Tashima made a camera …