On April 25th, Electronics For Imaging (EFI) launched new versions of its EFI Fiery digital front ends (DFEs) for super-wide-format printers....
This week, two of the big players in the printer/MFP industry reported earnings, with Xerox’s first-quarter earnings reflecting the impact...
Kyocera reported that its sales revenue increased by 46,671 million yen, or 3.0 percent, marking a record high in sales for two consecutive years.
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, today announced that the decision of the Moscow Arbitration Court was upheld by the Ninth...
“Our transformation initiatives are yielding results, which give us confidence to raise our full-year earnings guidance despite revenue declines.”
The lawsuit was filed this week in the Superior Court of California, County of Orange, and alleges trade libel, defamation, and false light.
“This offers administrators a way to cater to those preferences while ensuring policy compliance.”
HP Inc. has its hand in a broad range of printing segments – from office to production, commercial and 3D printing – and today added a new print segment to that portfolio: textile printing.
New Xerox CTO Shanker is among several former HP executives to join Xerox management.
Sharp today expanded its copier/MFP line with the addition of four new high speed models to its color Advanced and Essentials Series lineup, bringing the total to 11 models in the product family.
On April 15th, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe previewed its next-generation bizhub i-Series of A3 and A4 printer/MFPs.
Through a program, Canon contributes to the planting of one tree for every eligible imageRUNNER ADVANCE solution sold.
Back in 2016, HP had also filed a printer-supplies patent-infringement lawsuit in China against Speed Infotech of Shanghai.
Lexmark International reported today that it’s partnered with PrintReleaf in order to provide its customers with an automated sustainability program...
Two significant news items hit the document-imaging world this week. First, was Electronics for Imaging’s announcement that it’s agreed to...
Many purchasers don’t realize that imitation cartridges are often not recycled. As a result, 97 percent of imitation cartridges may end up in landfills.