FedEx, Canon, HP Redefining Retail Printing
April 14, 2010

FedEx Office, an operating company of FedEx Corp., has formed an alliance with Canon U.S.A., Inc., a subsidiary of Canon Inc. and HP to create what the trio are calling an unmatched network of printing and imaging capabilities, “giving customers access to leading-edge technologies and a state-of-the-art machine fleet.”

HP Debuts Photo Center 5 Premier
March 10, 2010

The idea behind HP’s new Photo Center solution is to allow consumers to easily produce professional-looking photo books, flip books, posters, canvas prints, DVD slideshows, calendars, banners, greeting cards and more.

HP Photo Center 5 Premier Is Full-scale Solution
February 22, 2010

The HP Photo Center 5 Premier (Booth #3120) is the newest version of the award-winning HP Photo Center retail publishing solution that integrates HP’s Microlab, Minilab and Photosmart Studio systems. Versatile and scalable, the HP Photo Center can either be plugged into a retailer's existing lab infrastructure or can serve as a complete, end-to-end solution, designed to increase revenue by transforming traditional photo departments into dynamic publishing centers.

New Retail Partnerships For Snapfish
October 30, 2009

The HP-owned Snapfish announced this week that it has reached retail partnerships with both Walmart and the New York convenience store chain Duane Reade.

HP DreamScreen Looks Like Frame, Acts Like PC
September 17, 2009

HP announced Thursday the availability of the HP DreamScreen, a wireless connected device that looks like a digital photo frame but acts like a PC.  The DreamScreen 100 measures 10.2" and sports 2GB of built-in storage.  Content can be loaded via a networked computer (with included software), USB drive or flash memory card or streamed wirelessly from services such as Pandora or HP SmartRadio for music or Snapfish for photos. 

HP Pushes More Printing to Drive Accessories
September 9, 2009

HP Imaging and Printing Group recently launched a multi-front effort to bring more full solutions, including accessories Web-based services, to retailers and their customers.

Digital Photo Processing Gains Acceptance
November 1, 2000

The proliferation of digital cameras caused the photo-sharing and photo-processing Web-based services to sprout like mushrooms after the rain. The number of photo-processing self-serve kiosks at the retailers' stores has yet to catch up, but they certainly help increase the popularity of digital cameras. This is good news—it means more sales of the digital imaging products for retailers, more photo-sharing and processing choices for consumers and more partnerships between the online photo services and retailers to provide photo-processing services through kiosks and at the retailers' Web sites. For consumers, processing online includes many perks, such as free delivery, next-day processing, special offers or compatibility with