An old HP scanner and a snare drum get all pa-ra-pum-pum-pum for the holidays.
Canon updates its CanoScan photo line with a resolution boost and some power-consumption tweaks.
It's new, not a refurb, but there is a rebate involved. While you're waiting, you can get moving on that paperless office you've wanted, archive old photos, and so on.
New software from HP Labs can determine a photographic defect, and artificially correct it.
A crease can ruin an often-irreplaceable printed photograph. But new research from HP Labs points towards a future where this is much less of a problem
Microtek to replace i900 flatbed scanner
A budget-conscious office or family could buy this inexpensive multifunction for its good faxing and scanning but only if they can tolerate its slow, subpar printing.
Bridget Carey starts a week of misfit episodes of The 404. On today's episode, we'll dive into the world of fast food regrets, feed Zuckerberg a spoonful of his own medicine, and discuss the latest tech trend: self-gifting.
With the Bistro Flatbed Toaster, you can toast just about anything, no matter whether it fits in a normal toaster.
Come gather 'round people, wherever you roam, and listen to a MIDI-controlled orchestra made of 97 gadget relics play a classic folk tune.