Clever resin, second light to thank.
Can't mess with third-party cartridges, though.
Takes a 10 percent cut on sales.
A year to the day, oddly enough.
Takes aim at the copier market.
Aggressive $300 entry to the market.
Open software, reference printer.
Helps designers actualise their creations.
HP's ePrint range of web-connected printers will include adverts in its auto generated content.
Hewlett Packard continues its spending spree with the acquisition of BIOS specialist Phoenix.
HP is planning a range of Internet-connected printers with e-mail addresses - possibly running webOS.
Japanese tech manufacturer Sanwa Newtec has come up with a tonerless, inkless printer which prints images on to plastic sheets - and then erases them for re-use.
A clever hacker has developed a full IRC client in a tiny hardware device that lets you idle with a fraction of the power usage of a desktop PC.
An enterprising hacker has developed an advanced scientific calculator wristwatch to replace a broken commercial unit - and has released the schematics and source code.
Hacker Jon Bennett has found a novel use for a Linux-based Linksys wireless router - the brains for his Internet-connected remote operated robot vehicle.
A bored hacker has worked out a novel way of creating a real-time 3D rendering engine using nothing more than the Excel spreadsheet package from Microsoft.
In the tech equivalent to messing around in the kitchen with flour and getting a scolding from your mother, a team of students have made a robot which prints on carpet using talcum powder.
The 3D design package, a stalwart of hardcore case modders the world over, falls into the hands of the chaps from Mountain View. Details inside.