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HP backtracks on third-party ink cartridges, reserves right to lock them out it in the future

HP backtracks on third-party ink cartridges, reserves right to lock them out it in the future Now, HP is walking back its new firmware — but it won’t promise not to reactivate it at a later time.The nature of that “almost” is where HP and other OEM ink manufacturers do have a small point.

Nanotubes rear their tiny heads again, this time as a stamp for electronic inks

Nanotubes rear their tiny heads again, this time as a stamp for electronic inks A team at MIT has developed a high-tech stamping process that involves a “forest” of carbon nanotubes, capable of printing electronic inks onto almost any surface, whether rigid or flexible.When densely packed, nanotubes can act as nanoscale print heads for electronic inks.

Epson’s EcoTank printers come with ‘supersized’ tanks, two years worth of ink

Epson’s EcoTank printers come with ‘supersized’ tanks, two years worth of ink The new all-in-one printers use four “supersized” ink tanks and include a generous helping of ink in the box — enough for 4,000 pages in black or 6,500 in color.In other words, it’s enough ink to last users up to two years, Epson claims.

Kickstarter project sells world’s first ink made out of air pollution

Kickstarter project sells world’s first ink made out of air pollution Let’s be honest: Unless you’re the heir to the Parker Pen Company fortune, there is nothing overly exciting about the way that ink is made.They found a way to recycle air pollution — which causes more than 7.

These artists are painting with ink made from air pollution.

These artists are painting with ink made from air pollution. 'Air-Ink' is made using carbon pigments found in air pollutants.The carbon is extracted directly out of exhaust pipes, separated from carcinogens and heavy metals, and processed into ink and paint.

Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Supercharge your iPhone photos and air pollution ink

Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Supercharge your iPhone photos and air pollution ink In this column, we cut through all the worthless wearables and Oculus Rift ripoffs to round up the week’s most unusual, ambitious, and exciting projects.Let’s be honest: Unless you’re the heir to the Bic fortune, there is nothing overly exciting about the way ink is made —  unless, of course, you ask the folks behind Graviky Labs.

These tattoos conduct electricity, turning you into a very basic cyborg

These tattoos conduct electricity, turning you into a very basic cyborg 'Tech Tats' are temporary and use ink that conducts electricity.They are fitted with small sensors and trackers that turn them into tiny smart devices.