REVIEW: Samsung ML-2525W

REVIEW: Samsung ML-2525W

Nothingbeats replacing an old inkjet printer with a wireless laser model. The SamsungML-2525W, released in February by Samsung Electronics Co....

April 28th, 2010 Jennifer Kavur

Gear of the gaming aficionados

Gear of the gaming aficionados

That gamers demand more out of their PCs goes without saying. But input devices like keyboards and mice are to...

February 17th, 2005 Tim Gnatek

Sanyo to mass produce blue lasers from April 2003

Sanyo to mass produce blue lasers from April 2003

Sanyo Electric Corp. plans to start mass production of blue lasers for data replay devices such as DVD players, in...

August 12th, 2002 Kuriko Miyake

Team makes optical data storage breakthrough

Team makes optical data storage breakthrough

Sharp Corp., TDK Corp. and a Japanese government agency have developed a low-cost technology that, researchers say, allows a 12-centimeter...

September 18th, 2001 Kuriko Miyake

Sticky storage gets tested

Sticky storage gets tested

German and American scientists are working to develop a new information storage technology using ordinary commercial adhesive tape as a...

February 8th, 2001 Rick Perera

Internet printing a black and white issue

Internet printing a black and white issue

NEC Technologies Inc. has introduced a new line of laser monochrome printers equipped with the ability to print through the...

August 24th, 2000 Tim Foran

Lexmark intros networked printers

Lexmark intros networked printers

Businesses of every size were the targets of a series of recent announcements made by Lexmark Canada Inc., which introduced...

June 15th, 2000 Cindy Steinman Network World Canada

Nortel Networks acquires CoreTek

Nortel Networks acquires CoreTek

Nortel Networks Corp. continued its shopping spree last month with the acquisition of Wilmington, Mass.-based CoreTek Inc., an optical component...

May 4th, 2000 Cindy Steinman