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Canon Océ VarioPrint i300 at Printing Report

At Drupa this year, attendees were able to see the new features of the Canon Océ VarioPrint i300 – a sheetfed B3 format inkjet press. This inkjet was originally announced in 2015, but has since undergone significant enhancements which were revealed at Drupa. As Canon, Xerox also launched their own B3 sheetfed inkjet press on […]

Xeikon Trillium One at Printing Report

At this year’s Drupa exhibition held in Dusseldorf, Germany from 31st May – 10th June, Xeikon will be demonstrating the potential of its first liquid toner Trillium press, Trillium One. The Belgium-based manufacturer unveiled their newest innovation at their pre-Drupa press conference in March this year and will be running demonstrations at the event in […]

21:04 South Africa paperless classrooms

South Africa is attempting to create paperless classrooms in its schools in an attempt to provide better education for its students, no matter what their background is or what school they go to. The provincial government has begun this project, which aims to equip schools around the country with 17,000 tablets, aiming to spend a […]

We are sure that you’ll agree that everyone, no matter what their circumstances or living situation is, should have the ability to access literature and education through reading. Bookshops in locations across Spain are helping to turn this vision into a reality by creating a policy that allows its customers to decide how much they […]

paper books

When the first electronic reading devices reached the shelves in the US in the early 1990s most people in the book industry saw them as gadgets that over the years would fade away. Time proved that this was not the case and slowly but gradually ebooks readers, and with them ebook sales too, started to […]

the smallest book

Since medieval times quite a lot of people have produced very small books for the shear pleasure of it but one Peruvian publisher, aptly named “Los Libros Mas Pequeños del Mundo” (The World’s Smallest Books) has been publishing this type of books since the 1970s for quite a different purpose, for profit. It all started […]

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The original ideas of book reading in Cluj-Napoca Every now and then there are new initiatives to promote book reading but in the Romanian town of Cluj-Napoca such actions have become almost a way of life. Even though there are still some weeks to go until the end of the year, the town, Europe’s Youth […]

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Until recently ebooks seemed to be the future of book reading. Since their arrival in the 1990s their sales did not stop growing with many people in the publishing and printing industry predicting that within a few decades physical books would be regarded as something of the past. This idea was much bolstered not only […]

The Future of Books

Both in its print and digital editions, The Economist is well known for its articles on world events, politics, and business, together with regular sections on science and technology as well as books and the arts. This alone would be enough to draw the attention of many of its readers to its recent online essay […]

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