Oki Data puts emphasis on colour

Oki Data puts emphasis on colour

After laying low for the last several months, printer manufacturer Oki Data Americas Inc. introduced a plethora of new printers...

May 13th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce

Page-flipping woes

Page-flipping woes

When the federal government department where this pilot fish used to work first got computers, they were plunked on the...

May 13th, 2004 ComputerWorld Canada staff

Study: Internet, e-mail driving thirst for paper

Study: Internet, e-mail driving thirst for paper

New technologies are not bringing about the so-called "paperless office," but are in fact driving corporate Canada's thirst for more...

April 7th, 2003 Greg Enright

Lexmark looks to SMB

Lexmark looks to SMB

Targeted to the distributed-printing enterprise and the small- to medium-business (SMB) space, Lexmark Canada Inc. recently released the Lexmark T420d...

February 20th, 2003 Ryan B. Patrick

HP puts Dell printer deal on ice

HP puts Dell printer deal on ice

Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) has stopped selling its printing and digital imaging products to Dell Computer Corp., as the two companies...

July 23rd, 2002 Ashlee Vance

Introducing the new HP

Introducing the new HP

Now that the merger is a go, Compaq Computer Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Co. wasted little time in creating a new...

May 16th, 2002 Stefan Dubowski and Scott Gardner

Ericsson and DNP to partner on Bluetooth chip design

Ericsson and DNP to partner on Bluetooth chip design

L.M. Ericsson Telephone Co. has signed a licensing deal with Dai Nippon Printing Co. Ltd. (DNP) of Japan, the first...

January 20th, 2002 Kuriko Miyake

Briefs

Briefs

Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Que.-based printer mogul, Brother International Corp. last month announced the availability of three new additions to its MFC line...

January 3rd, 2002 No Author

Xerox makes printing breakthrough

Xerox makes printing breakthrough

For its latest technological breakthrough in colour toner technology, Xerox Corp. officials said they took their cue from nature itself,...

July 30th, 2001 Carolyn Gruske