Hewlett-Packard announced yesterday a new line of printers that have their own e-mail addresses in an attempt to breathe new life into printing. Rather than connect a device to the printer, you can simply e-mail a document, photo or PDF to one of HP's new machines, and it will be waiting in the printer's tray when you get home. The company hopes these new printers, which will be released over the ...
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