Headline Rollups for March 20, 2018
PALO ALTO, Calif., March 20, 2018 — HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ), the global leader in printing, today unveiled the new HP LaserJet Pro M15 and M28 series, the world’s smallest laser in its class1designed to give micro and small business owners unparalleled fast and productive printing that fits absolutely anywhere. Learn more at hp.com/go/smallestlaser.
The integration is another example in the growing list of Ultimaker Cura-supported 3D applications. Ultimaker has already created integrations with, among others, Siemens NX and SolidWorks, to ensure seamless 3D Printing workflows from CAD and PLM systems. HP is also working with software vendors to integrate solutions for end-to-end production of 3D printed parts, from design to production.
One of the coolest technologies making its way into mainstream enterprise tool kits is Augmented Reality, better known as AR.
IBM is seeing numerous projects under way using both Power8 and Power9, which was launched only last December. It published a list at OpenPower Summit detailing more than 100 solutions developed in partnerships with companies such as Google, Xilinx, Broadcom, Hitachi and others.
IBM kicked off its Think 2018 conference today with a bombshell announcement: It has made the world’s smallest computer, and it’s designed from the ground up to work with the blockchain. The computer itself is smaller than a single grain of salt, coming in at 1 millimeter by 1 millimeter and reportedly has about the same computing power as a 1990s era CPU.
You could upload your digital photos to an online service and wait days for the prints to arrive, or just do it at home and get the same results with a photo printer. If you print photos often, a printer offers the instant gratification that outside services can’t. Whether it’s an inkjet model that can print fine art-quality prints, or a portable unit that is the digital equivalent of a Polaroid, here are our favorite ways to turn our JPEGs into printed matter.
Ever since the International Space Station (ISS) welcomed its first residents in November of 2000, there have been printers on board.