Sluggish PC, ink sales hurt HP; results still beat
(AP) -- Hewlett-Packard Co.'s 19 percent drop in quarterly profit shows that the company still relies heavily on printer ink and the troubled personal computer market, despite the aggressive transformation ...
New Sony e-book reader $100 cheaper than Kindle
(AP) -- Electronic books are often mentioned in the same breath as Amazon.com Inc.'s Kindle digital reader. Now e-book rival Sony Corp. is determined to recapture consumers' attention with a smaller reader ...
Power-sipping cell phone displays come closer
(AP) -- The first factory dedicated to making a new type of power-thrifty cell phone display has started operations, Qualcomm Inc. said this week.
Kindle display maker E Ink to be bought for $215M
(AP) -- E Ink Corp., the maker of the innovative display for the Amazon Kindle e-book reader, said Monday it has agreed to be acquired by a Taiwanese company for $215 million.
HP profit drops 17 pct; PC, ink sales stumble
(AP) -- Hewlett-Packard Co.'s quarterly profit dropped 17 percent on lighter sales of personal computers and printer ink, two of its biggest sellers and a sign that the woes in consumer technology spending dragged on beyond ...
Samsung Incorporates E-Ink Panel Technology for Their Alias 2 Phone
Xerox looks to make color printing more affordable
(AP) -- The economics of color printing in big offices are simple: A page of black and white costs about 2 cents per page, while color runs about 8 cents.
Report: Amazon's $359 Kindle 2 costs $185 to make
(AP) -- If you aren't sure whether Amazon.com Inc.'s latest Kindle electronic reading device is worth its $359 price tag, an analysis by research firm iSuppli may shed some light.
Hearst plans electronic reader for magazines: report
US publishing group Hearst Corp. plans to launch a wireless electronic reader for magazines and newspapers similar to Amazon's Kindle for books, Fortune reported on Friday.
New silver-based ink has applications in printed electronics
(PhysOrg.com) -- A new ink developed by researchers at the University of Illinois allows them to write their own silver linings.