Monday, April 25, 2011Canon adds fingerprinting technology to scanners The company’s Mississauga, Ont.-based Canadian subsidiary is pushing the network scanners as an ideal device for security-minded business. Plus, an Info-Tech research analyst weighs in on where vendors should be going next in the printing and scanning world
Tuesday, March 15, 2011New cloud software aims to slash paper usage Canon has created a portal that allows customers to access Google Docs and Microsoft SharePoint files directly on the multifunctional printer panel. Plus, insight from Forrester and Gartner analysts
Friday, February 04, 2011Canon makes security a printing priority Printing and Imaging company Canon has released its new UniFLOWS v5, addressing enterprise security concerns
Thursday, January 11, 2007IBM leads year of record patent approvals IBM Corp. was awarded a record number of U.S. patents in 2006, a year that saw the most patents awarded ever, according to a study.
Sunday, November 27, 2005Advances in imaging technology a visual feast New flat-panel displays and televisions that leave LCD and plasma in the digital dust, colour matching software that can replicate electronic images in strikingly true colours under any sort of lighting, and collaborative technologies that allow images to be manipulated on a screen with a mere hand gesture.
Sunday, February 27, 2005Creator of Macintosh computer dies at 61 Jef Raskin, the lead designer of the first Macintosh computer and a pioneer in the development of user interfaces, died Saturday at age 61. He had been diagnosed recently with pancreatic cancer, his family said in a statement. Raskin joined Apple Computer Inc. in 1978 as employee number 31 and headed the company's Macintosh development team from its founding in 1982. He named the project after his favorite type of apple, changing the spelling for copyright reasons.
Monday, November 22, 2004Colour laser printer technology used to track documents Next time you make a printout from your colour laser printer, shine an LED flashlight beam on it and examine it closely with a magnifying glass. You might be able to see the small, scattered yellow dots printer there that could be used to trace the document back to you.
Thursday, March 06, 2003Printer sales drop sharply in Latin America Economic and political problems made many consumers and businesses in Latin America decide to hold off on buying single-function printers last year, leading to a sharp downturn in this market, according to a pair of studies.
Thursday, August 17, 2000Canon colour printer