At the Western Currency Facility, the US Bureau of Engraving and Printing makes millions of dollars worth of $100 bills every day. CNET Road Trip 2014 got hands-on with the money.
Why bother with pink dresses when you can outfit Barbie with a 3D-printed sword and shield? Jim Rodda wants to make this iconic doll ready to rumble with dragons and evil queens.
Printers in OS X are generally managed through the Print & Fax system preferences, but some problems might result in these preferences hanging. Here is how to clear this if it occurs.
In an interview, BotObjects founders Mike Duma and Martin Warner stay tight-lipped about the groundbreaking claims for their new 3D printer, but they swear it's for real, and that we'll have more details soon.
The future of e-reading is great...unless you want it to seamlessly marry with your nondigital books. That has to change, and fast.
We've seen ink printers, 3D printers, food printers, and even human tissue printers, but this is the first printer we've seen that's swapped ink for fire.
The Canon Pixma MP530 is a nearly ideal all-in-one for a small office. It just lacks networking and media card slots.
The Brother MFC-440cn has a lot to offer, but it falls short on print quality. We prefer the Canon Pixma MP530 for a small-office environment.
The HP OfficeJet 4315 does it all, but does it slowly and not very well. It's a decent choice if you need a cheap all-in-one on hand for those "just in case" moments, but if you print even semiregularly, you're better off spending a little bit more for a better all-in-one printer.
The entry-level Canon Pixma MP160 is a decent all-in-one printer for the price, but don't be tempted by the entry-level machine: the Pixma MP180 costs a mere $10 more and provides the same print quality and a ton more features.