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Microsoft introduces the Lumia Cyan upgrade

The Cyan upgrade includes a handful of features specific to the Lumia line to be added to the broader Windows Phone 8.1 upgrade.

By July 15, 2014


Nokia Lumia 900 white and cyan models now available from AT&T

The white model is now back in stock though the cyan version faces a week's delay before it ships.

By May 8, 2012


Nokia Lumia 900 white and cyan models out of stock at AT&T

Company continues to face a shortage of the new Windows Phone handset, with only the black model currently available through AT&T.

By April 24, 2012


Myst creators crowdfund new game Obduction

Cyan, the company that created Myst and Riven, has a go at Kickstarting Obduction, an exploration game in a similar vein.

By October 18, 2013


New game from Myst, Riven dev hits Kickstarter

Cyan, the developer of fantastical puzzle-adventure game Myst and its sequel Riven, has joined the ranks of those eschewing the third-party publisher in favour of crowdfunding.

By October 17, 2013


LED bulb casts a multicolored shadow

Dutch designer Dennis Parren has developed an LED bulb that casts shadows in cyan, magenta, and yellow.

By May 3, 2013


Magenta Nokia Lumia 900 coming to AT&T July 15

AT&T and Nokia are releasing a magenta version of the Lumia 900 this week to go along with its black, cyan, and white shades.

By July 9, 2012


Short Take: Encad issues profit warning

Encad, a wide-format inkjet printer and CAD plotter maker, warned of lower-than-expected revenues and a third-quarter loss. Encad said it expects to report a loss of about $3.9 million on revenue of about $24 million for the quarter ended September 30. The company attributed the anticipated loss to weak sales of its Digital Textile Printing system, lower worldwide sales, and cyan color ink supplier problems. Encad's stock was hit hard after the announcement, as shares lost more than half their value in one day.

October 9, 1998


Short Take: Okidata ships new color printer

Okidata introduced a color inkjet printer with individual cartridges for all four colors used in the traditional mix of cyan, yellow, black, and magenta. The Okijet 2020 is designed to avoid wasting ink in cartridges that become unusable after only one of the four colors runs out. The 2020 prints at 600-by-600 dots per inch, at a rate of four ppm in black and white and 1 ppm in color. The printer will be available for an estimated retail price of $249.

December 23, 1997