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From the rise of 3D printing to the increased personalization of mobile news aggregators to the detection of ripples in the fabric of space-time, 2012 could be a very big year for culture.
Acquiescing to demands of the printing industry, Adobe will remove a "Send to FedEx Kinko's" print-on-demand button from its PDF-handling software.
Printing stuff At FedEx Kinkos can be a pain if you're in a hurry. FedEx Kinkos has a new service called Print Online that lets you print out documents at home or the office to be ready for you when you get there.
With oil topping $100 per barrel, FedEx is investing in hybrid, alt-fuel, and electric vehicles.
A deal to promote FedEx Kinko's online printing in Adobe Reader and Acrobat software has outraged print shops--and Adobe is trying to find a fix.
Adobe tried to expand its customers' choices, and ended up getting toasted by its partners. What's a company to do?
Support for Acrobat and Reader has arrived for Microsoft Vista and Office 2007.