Printing services archive

  • Google Cloud Print released for Windows, no longer requiring Chrome
    Gadgets

    Google Cloud Print released for Windows, no longer requiring Chrome

    By 22 July 2013

    Google on Monday announced the release of Google Cloud Print for Windows, letting you use the service from anywhere within the Windows operating system. Before today's release, to use Cloud Print on Windows you had to use Chrome - other applications didn't...

  • Photobox snaps up Moonpig
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    Photobox snaps up Moonpig

    By 28 July 2011

    Photobox, the online photo giant, has merged with card sales company Moonpig to add even more printing capabilities to its services lineup. For Photobox, this means an instant 50 per cent plus market share in the online card printing market.  "People...

  • Digital photography - why should I print?
    Cameras

    Digital photography - why should I print?

    By 24 June 2011

    In days of yore, when gentlemen wore top hats, women donned corsets and a horse and cart was the fastest way about town, there was such a thing as film photography. This ancient art saw crowds gathering about a camera awaiting rolls of 36 exposure film...

  • Pogoplug plugs in cloud printing
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    Pogoplug plugs in cloud printing

    By 30 June 2010

    Remember earlier this month we told you all about HP's launch of its ePrint range - the printers that will print from any device that you can send an email from? Well, now hard-drive based cloud service Pogoplug has got in on the email printing game by...

  • Google Cloud Print revealed
    Online

    Google Cloud Print revealed

    By 16 April 2010

    One of the gaping holes in in Google's Chrome OS project was the question mark over how people were supposed to use peripherals when the OS didn't contain the reams of drivers normally required to make people's gadgets work. Well, that hole has now been...

  • Daily Tech Deal: Free photo deals and suggestions for Valentine's Day
    Cameras

    Daily Tech Deal: Free photo deals and suggestions for Valentine's Day

    By 3 February 2010

    Today's tech deal might just be able to help you out of a fix, if you're one of the many who sometimes lack inspiration when it comes to buying Valentine's gifts. For some Valentine's Day might be considered to be a bit of a con, but like it or not it's...

  • Daily Tech Deal: Half price photo calendar from SnapFish
    Cameras

    Daily Tech Deal: Half price photo calendar from SnapFish

    By 3 November 2009

    There is no denying it, the end of the year is in sight with all its usual festivities, and with it there is the usual extra push on consumers to spend their hard-earned cash. One way you might want to do this is in the creation of a personalised photo-calendar,...

  • Jessops launches Jpics photo-developing service
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    Jessops launches Jpics photo-developing service

    By 13 August 2008

    Jessops trying not to lose out to online photo services like Photobox has launched a new service called Jessops JPics, a new photo developing and printing service available both online and in-store. Customers are able to log on to the Jessops website...

  • Kodak Gallery photo sharing and printing service review
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    Kodak Gallery photo sharing and printing service review

    By 7 February 2007

    The Kodak Gallery, Kodak's online photo sharing site has been around for some time now, however with the launch of the company's new range of digital photo frames, the service has been pushed to the forefront. With this in mind, we tested the service...

  • Free prints promotion from PhotoBox and Amazon.co.uk
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    Free prints promotion from PhotoBox and Amazon.co.uk

    By 2 June 2006

    Thanks to a new partnership between PhotoBox, an online photo sharing, storing and printing site, and Amazon.co.uk, new Photobox members that join via the Amazon website are offered 60 free 4 x 6 inch prints. "We could see that PhotoBox has an award-winning...

  • Orange launch mobile photography service
    Phones

    Orange launch mobile photography service

    By 11 April 2006

    Orange has launched a photography service that will allow customers to back-up and store digital and mobile photos, in one place when they are out and about. From today, customers can now upload pictures to an online photo album as they are taken, however...

  • Online

    Asda takes digital printing service online

    By 12 September 2005

    Asda, the UK supermarket chain, has announced plans to offer online customers digital prints from 10p each plus £1.50 delivery with a service that will launch next month. Prints from the supermarket will cost 15pence for a 6 x 4 digital print or 10p...

  • Phones

    Photobox launches postcard service for mobile users

    By 5 July 2005

    PhotoBox, the online photo delevoping and storage site today followed mobile operators and added a feature to allow users of the service to send mobile postcards to each other using a a picture message enabled mobile phone. With the service, camera phone...

  • Online

    Bonusprint offer affordable digital printing online

    By 20 January 2005

    Bonusprint is going after the digital camera print market with force following the announcement that a it has dropped the price of its printing charges online for its digital camera customers making the decision to now print at home a tough one. Bonus...

  • Boots launches mobile phone printing service
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    Boots launches mobile phone printing service

    By 25 November 2004

    Boots has announced that it will become the first UK retailer to offer its customers a direct to store camera phone printing service. Teaming up with Pixology and Nokia the service will allow users of the Boots Pix2Print service to print out photos taken...

  • Bonusprint offer mobile printing
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    Bonusprint offer mobile printing

    By 18 November 2004

    Bonusprint in the UK, has announced a plan for mobile camera phone users to be able to upload photos to a camera print and share service. The service, called Bonusprint Mobile offers customers the ability to upload photos from camera-phones with just...

  • BT launches Digital Photo Kiosk
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    BT launches Digital Photo Kiosk

    By 8 June 2004

    Going to the local chemist to get your photos developed may become a thing of the past if BT and FujiFilm have anything to do with it. The two companies have joined forces to offer digital camera users the chance to process their images at ten new photo...