Ink raises $7M to make printing on college campuses less painful

Ink, a Nebraska-based startup focused on revamping on-campus printing, has raised $7 million from VTF Capital, SQN Venture Partners, Invest Nebraska and NE Angeles. This brings total funding to $15 m

Gogoprint wants to modernize online printing in Southeast Asia

Gogoprint is a new company based in Thailand that wants to bring the benefits of the Internet to the printing industry in Southeast Asia.

Amazon Now Offering Users Discounted Or Free Digital Versions Of Print Books Bought Through Its Site

Amazon announced a new program today called Kindle MatchBook, which offers digital versions of print books purchased through its online bookstore to customers for between free and $2.99, depending on

Y Combinator-Backed Lob Debuts A Cloud Printing & Shipping Service For Developers

Want to build your own Postagram? You could with <a target="_blank" href="">Lob</a>, a new developer API for integrating printing and shipping services into applications that's officia

Track The Progress Of This 3D-Printed OpenRC Truggy, A Remote Control Car Enthusiast’s Dream

If you’re into 3D printable stuff, or into remote-control cars, then the OpenRC Project is for you. A gentleman in Sweden named Daniel Norée is sharing his progress on a 3D-printed Truggy, as w

Newsweek Going All-Digital In 2013 Due To “The Challenging Economics Of Print Publishing And Distribution”

Newsweek, the U.S. weekly news magazine that's been in publication since 1933, today announced it would be going all-digital beginning in early 2013. The last print version will be the December 31, 20

Keen Nabs $925K From 500 Startups To Bring eCommerce Sexy To An Unsexy Print Industry

Yesterday, we <a href="">covered the series A raise and launch of Printi</a>, a Brazilian startup that's trying to bring some sexy technolo

Welcome To The Future: Polymer Vision Demos SVGA Rollable Screen

<img src="">This 6-inch screen displays black and white e-ink text and images at 800x600 pixels and can roll around a tube the c

It's Hard To Watch The Newsosaurs Turn A Blind Eye To Their Own Extinction

<img src=""> Sometimes it is obvious where the world is headed, but some people and industries become frozen in place and time. The

Saving print: Amazon demands 70 percent of newspaper's revenue for Kindle use

<img src="" />How is the Kindle DX going to save the newspaper industry when Amazon demands a whopping 70 percent of all revenue, plus

The sky is falling! Computer Shopper Magazine going all-digital

Those of you that have been screaming that print is dead have another feather to put in your cap: venerable Computer Shopper Magazine will cease production of its printer version come April of this ye

Is print dead?

I’m in Barcelona for Nokia World, and at the little “Blogger’s Lunch” today we got to discussing various trends in entertainment, media, content distribution, and other things

Oh Snap! Biz 2.0 Doesn't Do Backups!

The worst possible scenario for a print magazine is for your entire future issue to be completely wiped out in a hard drive failure. Now that you’ve read that sentence and most likely this artic