HP to offer printing on MySpace

MySpace members will be able to print out photos, blog entries, and other stuff from their profiles using HP technology.

MySpace is partnering with HP to offer the ability for people to print directly from their MySpace profiles, the companies announced on Tuesday.

The integration, which will roll out in November, will allow members of the social network to click on an HP-branded "click to print" icon to print out their photos, blog entries, comments, and messages.

Eventually, MySpace members will be able to create personalized merchandise using the photos. There are about 4 billion images on the site, according to MySpace.

HP also has made Web-to-print partnerships with Facebook, Flickr and Windows Live Spaces.

MySpace is integrating HP technology into its Web site so members can print out text and images from their profile pages. HP/MySpace
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