Continuing in its quest to be your one-stop shop for pretty much everything, Amazon quietly launched yet another new service this week – photo printing. Prices are competitive, though we're yet to see the quality of the prints.
You don't need a desktop computer to print documents anymore -- your new-fangled iOS device will do just fine. Here's our how-to guide for wirelessly printing documents directly from your iPhone or iPad.
Lumii is setting course to replace “traditional optics with algorithms, to create high-quality, glasses-free 3D experiences." Using inkjet printers, the startup has been able to create full color holograms.
The Germany-based photo lab is putting its museum and gallery production expertise to use by offering free consultation to artists and photographers. WhiteWall handles all aspects of production, from planning and designing to…
The Bricasso printer is constructed completely out of LEGO parts and prints in LEGO bricks. The machine uses an EV3 color sensor to scan the source image and saves the data to the Mindstorms unit which is then used to print…
The first thing many people do when they take photos is share them on social media. However, some users go an extra step and print them off of social media and get them processed the old-fashioned way.
Flickr on Monday launched a new service allowing its members to quickly and easily order large canvas prints of their images. Photos mounts and canvas wraps are both offered, with prices starting at $49.
Fuji Xerox has created a prototype robotic printer that will simplify the normal printing process. The robot printer, which has been tested in a lounge in Tokyo, finds its way to you whenever you want to print a document.
Printing makes Captain Planet sad, but there are ways to decrease the adverse impact that your printing projects have on the planet. In fact, a few simple tricks can cut a huge chunk off any printing project, including not just documents…
Photos taken with smartphones generally aren't suitable for large prints, but online print shop Pixuru's large 25-foot wide print from an iPhone photos of a Chicago landmark suggests that you can go big.