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Kodak sticks with consumer printing, unveils ESP 3.2 all-in-one device

Kodak remains strong in consumer printing with today's release of the ESP 3.2 multifunction and an accompanying Pic Flick HD iPad app coming in June.

By 16 May 2012

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Meet Kodak's newest flagship all-in-one printer, the ESP 9250

Kodak's new ESP 9250 all-in-one inkjet printer replaces the ESP 9 as its flagship printer for the Fall season.

By 27 August 2010

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Worst products of the year

Products from 2012 that must have sounded like a good idea -- but weren't.

By 14 December 2012

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Inkjet printer buying guide

Baffled by the heap of options you need to consider when choosing an inkjet printer? Fear not, our terrific buying guide will sort you out.

By 10 May 2012

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Three killer deals on 1st-gen iPads

They're refurbs, but so what? Apple rules when it comes to refurbished gear, giving you a new battery, new shell, and full one-year warranty. Lowest prices yet!

By 18 October 2011

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Kodak adds cloud printing to five new devices

Kodak unveiled new printers today that offer native Google Cloud Print compatibility, along with a new e-mail print feature.

By 9 September 2011

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Android gets Kodak wireless printing app

Kodak's Pic Flick app allows you to edit and print photos straight from Android smartphones to Kodak wireless all-in-one printer

By 28 June 2011

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The 404 772: Where we eat shows like this for breakfast (podcast)

March 8, 2011, marks two important holidays: one is a global day to recognize the economic, political, and social achievements of women past, present, and future, and the other is a fabricated day of rejoicing for the most important meal of the day: breakfast!

By 8 March 2011

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Buzz Out Loud 1276: Molly moves to Comic-Con (podcast)

BOL co-founder Molly Wood discovers "her people" in San Diego. Also, we're actually talking about white iPhones. How'd that happen? And Mama's taking our Kodachrome away.

By 23 July 2010

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Get Grand Theft Auto IV (PC) for $7.50

And some other hefty game discounts as well. It's all part of Direct2Drive's annual Spring Sale. Not all the deals are gems, but many are golden.

By 20 April 2010