There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web. Ink and toner blog iamb (such a thing exists!) tasked Faith Pearson with creating art from discarded ink cartridges. 'King Kong' is decent, but the U.S.S. Enterprise, ...
Last week, Hewlett-Packard unveiled its online printing program, which allows users to remotely print Web content from their computers or phones. Along with the program, the company launched a new service called "scheduled delivery," which enables customers to regularly print pages at specified times. Now, in order to promote these new features, the company has joined forces with Yahoo! to launch ...
If you pay exorbitant amounts for ink cartridges, you might as well make sure they go to good use, right? That's exactly what Australia's National Park Service has decided to do -- by utilizing used cartridges to create a 347 mile (170 kilometer) bike path between Alice Springs and Simpsons Gap in the Northwest Territory. Australian company Repeat Plastics Australia is constructing the trail out ...
The next time you buy printer ink, check to see if the store will accept your old cartridge for recycling; doing so will not only keep it out of a landfill, but can also save a half-gallon of oil that would be used in manufacturing a new one. Staples offers a $3 discount on replacement cartridges from popular brands like HP, Dell and Lexmark. ...
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