CARTRIDGEMONKEY NEWS

Apple iPad helps keep TMS on the air

While many people may use ink supplies to print out photos they have snapped, edited and shared on their iPads, the gadget was put to a more unusual use this week by sports broadcasters with the BBC. The presenters of Test Match Special (TMS) resorted to using a...

‘Extinct’ monkeys filmed in Borneo

A species of monkey so rare and elusive it was feared to be extinct has been caught on camera by scientists in Indonesia. The Miller's grizzled langur is classified as one of the most endangered primates in the world and it was thought it may have disappeared for...

Facebook unveils range of new apps

Facebook has added a selection of new apps to its service that can allow people to share their interests with friends. The additions are part of the Timeline feature and the current batch includes offerings dedicated to activities such as shopping, travel and fashion....

Apple seeking to improve e-learning?

More people may like to use ink supplies to produce hard copies of educational materials delivered via Apple products such as the iPad in the future. The company is scheduled to host a special press event tomorrow (January 19th) focusing on the use of technology in...

Recycled ink cartridges to help disabled residents

A social enterprise in Bury St Edmunds is calling on residents to recycle their empty ink cartridges by taking them to special collection points around the town. Items donated will then be sold to recycling firms in order to raise funding to help people with...

Samsung unveils new travel cameras

Printer supplies maker Samsung has unveiled a trio of digital cameras that it claimed are set to "revolutionise" travel photography. The firm stated the WB850F, WB150F and ST200F models offer advanced optical zoom features as well as improved image quality...

Technology ‘a great opportunity’ for education

Using printer supplies to produce copies of educational materials accessed via computers could be useful to many people. It was noted by Miles Berry, senior lecturer in ICT education at the University of Roehampton and vice chair of Naace, the ICT Association, that...

Monkeys ‘turn to friends’ for information

A group of researchers have observed that macaque monkeys will turn to friends ahead of family members when seeking guidance. The team from the University of Portsmouth studied the primates and measured how quickly they followed the gaze of another. This is seen as an...