Kodak released an inkjet printer line that aims to cut ink costs. Kodak's argument: Buy our printers and save money on ink.
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Scott Elrod, VP of the hardware systems lab at PARC, says that lowering costs is key in clean tech. By looking at their ink jet technology and applying it to solar cells, the company was able to come up with a lower price per watt—making solar an even more cost-effective option.
Stratasys' sees strong demand for the rest of the year as additive manufacturing takes hold. Meanwhile, the company's MakerBot unit continues to roll.
If HP acquired a 3D printing rival like Stratasys it could speed up its business by a year or two. An HP exec floated the partner or buy concept last week.
There may come a day when we're buying a tube of ink gel for our printers.Xerox on Thursday said it is previewing what it calls a "cured gel ink technology" that prints on plastic and foil.
HP CEO Mark Hurd says Palm's WebOS could be coming to a printer near you. Do you really want a printer with an operating system.
Lexmark is getting whacked by a potential inkjet price war. The printer manufacturer said Monday that its second quarter results will fall way short of expectations.
HP's decision to combine the PC and printer businesses has created a tale of two companies---consumer and enterprise. The latter wins.
Staples launched a technology unit to deliver everything from data center hosting to printer management to network services.
3D printer maker Stratasys continues to struggle as customers hold back on orders. The company says it will write down the value of its MakerBot unit.