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HTC One X+ turns up in O2 brochure, Jelly Bean in tow

The HTC One X+ has appeared in an O2 brochure boasting a faster processor and the latest Android Jelly Bean software.

By September 28, 2012

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The promotional art Matt Groening drew for Apple

Before "The Simpsons," a younger Matt Groening took some work drawing posters and brochures for Apple's Macs. Here, a couple we haven't seen before.

By March 5, 2013

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Honda CR-Z brochure leak hints at new nav option

Scans of the brochure for the Honda CR-Z have been making the rounds on the Net, giving us a peak at what you get when you apply the terms performance, compact, and hybrid to a production car.

By December 22, 2009

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Scanning in geek history

Computer fan preserved decades-old ads and brochures from the dawn of the computer age and is now sharing them online. Images: Revival of the retro PC

By March 14, 2006

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Adobe aims to take pain out of print jobs

The company's new software uses the Internet to save people the hassle of bringing their PowerPoint presentations, brochures and other files on a diskette to the print shop.

October 29, 2001

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HP inks deal with software maker

Hewlett-Packard and printing company Banta will work together to combine HP's printing hardware with Banta's printing and data management software, the companies said Wednesday. HP's high-end printing systems will be combined with Banta's B.media software to help customers such as direct marketers, who need to merge streams of data including customer preferences and product descriptions into a customized catalog. The move dovetails with HP's high-end printing push. In June, HP introduced a commercial printing system--a cross between a traditional press that prints large numbers of pages and a laser printer that prints customized pages. HP said the hybrid machine would be useful for tasks such as making customized brochures. The system is based on a product line from Indigo, which HP had invested in earlier and acquired in full in September for $882 million.

By October 24, 2001

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GM joins handheld beaming craze

Consumers can load up on free brochures at the 2001 North American International Auto Show, but General Motors is offering a different mode.

January 11, 2001

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Web sites still just brochures

Consumer goods manufacturers are embracing the Internet by setting up Web sites, but most haven't moved beyond "brochureware," an industry survey says.

November 3, 1997

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Microsoft details desktop publishing update

Microsoft Publisher 2000 lets users create marketing and sales materials, like newsletters, brochures, or Web sites.

March 16, 1999