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Don’t let aged files byte the dust

There’s a fine collection of old Macintosh computers in my attic and garage. A 1988 Mac SE, a 1995 PowerBook laptop with tiny mono screen, a 1996 Performa 6200 and a huge metal G5 from 2002. They all work, but my wife doesn’t understand why I want to use up all that storage space.

Killer content will click with customers

Prior to the internet if a company wanted to order some printed collateral they would typically pick up a copy of the local Yellow Pages and thumb through the alphabetised list of printers in the area before randomly selecting one. It was as rudimentary as it gets.

Newspapers embrace augmented reality to support Poppy Appeal

Nine national newspapers have added augmented reality to their mastheads in a fundraising link-up between them, the Royal British Legion and Blippar.

Moo and Arjo team up to offer smart business cards

Web-to-print company Moo has launched its long-touted NFC-enabled business cards after partnering with Arjowiggins Creative Papers on the venture.

How the humble mobile phone will conquer W2P

On Valentines Day this year, a landmark moment in retail was reached: according to the IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark, the proportion of online retail traffic coming from mobile devices broke the 50% mark.

The rise of the robots needn’t be an apocalypse for printers

Potential future uses for robots in the workplace hit the headlines recently as the result of a major BBC series, Intelligent Machines, looking at advances in artificial intelligence and robots.

Automation can’t replace autonomy

Picture the scene: a dystopian future where printshops across the land are devoid of humans, with the press halls and binderies run by an army of robots and computers.

Pureprint Group in another big name hire

Pureprint Group has recruited another technology-focused big-hitter following the appointment of Anthony Thirlby as chief operating officer earlier this year.

CPI reveals plans for NFC-powered printed energy harvester

The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) has formed part of a UK-based consortium to develop a mass-market printed energy-harvesting device powered via near-field communication.

HP launches first HDNA-powered inkjet presses with PageWide rename

HP has introduced its first two high-speed web inkjet presses powered by High Definition Nozzle Architecture (HDNA) technology and renamed the InkJet Web Press series as the HP PageWide Web Press series.

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