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HP Envy 100 Web-connected Printer

Posted in HP by Conner Flynn on September 20th, 2010

The HP Envy 100 All-in-One uses the company’s ePrint technology, allowing users to print any document or picture from the web by using a unique email address which is assigned to it. This printer also has a mechanical retractable input and output tray, which is like a CD tray on a desktop computer.

This All-in-One can print, scan, copy, and connect to the Web, allowing you to do it all. It will print black-and-white and color documents at 30ppm and 25ppm. The HP Envy 100 All-in-One will be launched on October 4th, 2010 for $249.

Disney wants technology standards for web-connected toys

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on September 13th, 2010

We don’t have much in the way of details at the moment, but Disney wants to have some order in the web-connected toys market. Whether that means a goofy doll that surfs the web or a Mickey Mouse ebook that updates with bedtime stories, we have no idea. The company’s consumer products division is all set to detail a proposal to establish a set of technology standards at the Engage Conference and Expo this month.

Armen Mkrtchyan, the head of Disney’s “Toymorrow” team will be laying out the plan. He will talk about what kinds of standards Disney is looking at, and how those standards could lead to cost-savings and “increased playability.”