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Why Less Megapixels Can Sometimes Be More

Why Less Megapixels Can Sometimes Be More

The number of things I have learned, unlearned, and relearned all over again along the road from hobbyist to professional photographer would require something of a short novella to recount in their
HP launches huge stock buyback plan in effort to fend off Xerox

HP launches huge stock buyback plan in effort to fend off Xerox

HP said Monday that Xerox's proposed $34 billion acquisition attempt was "flawed" and "irresponsible" as the PC and printing company laid out what it called a value creation plan that includes
Xerox to keep pursuing HP despite poison pill plan

Xerox to keep pursuing HP despite poison pill plan

Xerox said Friday that it intends to push ahead with its efforts to acquire HP despite the Palo Alto-based company adopting a shareholders rights plan meant to stymie Xerox's unsolicited buyout
Printing Wall Art: Brushed Metal Prints

Printing Wall Art: Brushed Metal Prints

When you're looking to have your work printed for display on your own wall, in your client's home, or in a gallery you have a myriad of choices and formats that you can print on. Today I'm taking a
Xerox raises HP buyout offer to $34 billion

Xerox raises HP buyout offer to $34 billion

Latest bid in acquisition saga values HP at $24 a share;
For $8-a-Month Google's New Printing Service Will Save Ten of Your Photos From Digital Extinction

For $8-a-Month Google's New Printing Service Will Save Ten of Your Photos From Digital Extinction

If you want your photos to last for generations, you should be printing them out. But finding the time to decide which of your shots are worthy of hard copies can be time-consuming, leading most of us
An Exposure Polygon: The Most Important Element You're not Thinking About — Paper

An Exposure Polygon: The Most Important Element You're not Thinking About — Paper

Before you click the shutter, you likely think about shutter speed and aperture. You likely think about what you want the image to look like. But, do you imagine it displayed? When you shoot, do you
Reducing the Environmental Impact of Your Photography: Hahnemühle's Green Papers

Reducing the Environmental Impact of Your Photography: Hahnemühle's Green Papers

Optical printing is a dirty and time-consuming process. The chemicals involved in printing are bad for you and bad for the environment. Digital printing hasn’t changed much of this impact for the
HP Remotely Kills Perfectly Good Ink Cartridge With DRM

HP Remotely Kills Perfectly Good Ink Cartridge With DRM

The half-used ink cartridge wouldn't print until it was re-enrolled in the "HP Instant Ink" program for $4.99 per month.

US patents hit record 333,530 granted in 2019; IBM, Samsung (not the FAANGs) lead the pack

We may have moved on from a nearly-daily cycle of news involving tech giants sparring in courts over intellectual property infringement, but patents continue to be a major cornerstone of how companies
HP again shoots down Xerox’s takeover offer

HP again shoots down Xerox’s takeover offer

In the ongoing drama between HP and Xerox, HP has rejected Xerox's latest terms on the grounds that the offer still undervalues the Silicon Valley PC and printing company.
Xerox ups pressure on HP with $24 billion in new takeover funding

Xerox ups pressure on HP with $24 billion in new takeover funding

Xerox amped up its attempt to acquire HP when, on Monday, the printing and imaging giant said it has lined up $24 billion in financing agreements to help fund its unsolicited buyout efforts.
A Look at the Fascinating Process of Making Photo Books

A Look at the Fascinating Process of Making Photo Books

Even as we are firmly planted in the digital realm, there is really nothing that can replace the tactile sensation of flipping through a photo book. However, they are not as straightforward to create
Guys Make Full Use of Their School's Stupid Printing Policy

Guys Make Full Use of Their School's Stupid Printing Policy

For whatever reason, almost every printing policy is stupid. Whether you work somewhere with one, or go to school, there's always some sort of wast-of-money plan that never seems to work out in your
Please Don't Tell Me You're Doing This With All Your Photos

Please Don't Tell Me You're Doing This With All Your Photos

Can you imagine buying a gorgeous new Ferrari, then storing it in the darkness of your garage forever? Sounds pretty crazy, right? But you could be doing almost the exact equivalent when it comes to
Thinking About Fine Art Printing? Lindsay Adler Shares Her Process

Thinking About Fine Art Printing? Lindsay Adler Shares Her Process

As photographers, many of us are guilty of capturing images but rarely taking the time to create prints. For those of you who do print your images, you know what everyone else is missing. Recently,

Xerox tells HP it will bring takeover bid directly to shareholders

Xerox fired the latest volley in the Xerox -HP merger letter wars today. Xerox CEO John Visentin wrote to the HP board that his company planned to take its $33.5 billion offer directly to HP
Google Cloud Print only has a year left on the clock

Google Cloud Print only has a year left on the clock

Wrap up those printing jobs, Google Cloud Print is closing up shop. The cloud-based printing service offered through Google's various products like the Gmail app, Chrome browser, and Google Drive is
Google Kills Google Cloud Print

Google Kills Google Cloud Print

Another day, another Google service lost. Cloud Print will shut down on December 31, 2020. The post Google Kills Google Cloud Print appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Here’s the first look inside Orbex’s Scotland rocket factory

Here’s the first look inside Orbex’s Scotland rocket factory

European private launch startup Orbex is getting ready to start actually launching payloads aboard its own rockets, and it’s pulling back the curtains to give a look at the factory it’s using to build