Fresh off a key patent-infringement defeat at the hands of the U.S. International Trade Commission, Canon requested Amazon to remove multiple aftermarket toner cartridges from its Web site.
“We respect (the) IP rights of others and we also request ours to be respected.”
Court ruling is a blow for Canon, as USITC rules against it.
“Our stance from the very beginning of this was that our solution, marketed as SafeDrive, was just that – safe.”
Advertisements Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, today reported that it’s requested Amazon to remove three third-party toner cartridges listed for...
The preliminary injunction is based on the infringement of the German portion of Canon’s European patent EP 2 087 407 relating to a drum unit and a process cartridge.
In its continuing global campaign to stop the sale of unauthorized toner cartridges designed for use with HP laser printers, Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, this week announced two key developments.
Canon notes that with the cost of data breaches rapidly increasing and more businesses being affected each year, it’s recognized the need to provide a security awareness resource geared toward helping customers mitigate risk.
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Advertisements Continuing its legal campaign around the world against sellers of third-party manufactured toner cartridges, in the last several days,...
Currently, customers can only enroll in the program at the time they purchase their printer. However, Canon says it’s working to update the program, presumably to include more options.
Canon U.S.A. today expanded its imageCLASS product family with two new desktop A4 models, the imageCLASS D1650 and D1620, which it bills as compact, black-and-white, multifunction printers.
“The new Océ Arizona 1300 series can provide our flatbed customers with a solution to the same two challenges they consistently face – the need to boost productivity and to diversify their applications portfolio to help open up new business opportunities.”
One of the interesting things about technology is that we can’t always see where it will eventually take us, a case in point being drop-on-demand inkjet printing.
Canon Inc of Tokyo, Japan, today reported financial results for its fourth-quarter 2018 and its full 2018 fiscal year.
It seems like just yesterday, but only a few years ago, the idea of controlling a copier or printer via voice command seemed pretty far-fetched.