CARTRIDGEMONKEY NEWS

Scientists create ‘chimera’ monkeys

Researchers in the US have successfully produced baby monkeys using cells from multiple embryos for the first time. Three rhesus monkeys were born at the Oregon Health and Science University following the procedure, which involved combining two or more fertilised eggs...

Nikon unveils new flagship DSLR

Keen photographers looking for ink cartridges to print out their best snaps may be interested in a new camera set to be released by Nikon. The firm has announced the launch of the D4, which is set to become the flagship model in its DSLR range and is claimed to offer...

App downloads for iPads pass 3bn mark

A growing number of people may find apps allowing them to use ink supplies to produce items directly from a media tablet useful, as the popularity of these gadgets continues to grow. According to a study by ABI Research, since Apple's iPad device launched in 2010,...

Fujifilm unveils range of cameras

People looking to use ink cartridges to print out hard copies of their favourite snaps may find they have a wide range of options available when looking for a new camera. This is because Fujifilm has unveiled a wide range of new devices in its FinePix line for 2012,...

New technology ‘greatly beneficial’ to e-learning

People who are engaged in e-learning may find it useful to have printing apps that allow them to use ink supplies to produce documents from smartphones and tablets, as the use of these gadgets is said to be growing. Grainne Conole, director of the Beyond Distance...

Brits ‘wasting millions’ by overcharging gadgets

While many people may be keen to do their bit for the environment by purchasing low-energy printers and recyclable ink cartridges, they could be wasting large amounts of money and energy by leaving portable gadgets on charge at home. According to a study conducted by...

More mobile printers to become available in 2012

The coming year will see a growing number of printer supplies aimed at making mobile printing easier, it has been predicted. Analyst for printers, scanners and projectors at PC Mag Tony Hoffman stated there will be a number of gadgets launched on to the market...

Christmas Day app downloads break records

Many people who received a new smartphone for Christmas may have installed software enabling them to use ink supplies to produce photos directly from the device. According to data from Flurry, both the iOS and Android operating systems saw millions of activations on...

Next year ‘to be good for printers’

People looking to buy a new printer and ink supplies in 2012 may find they have a wide range of options available, as next year is said to offer many new developments. It was noted by PC World magazine that cloud and mobile technologies are set to feature strongly,...