HP acquires Exstream

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HP acquires Exstream

HP has acquired Exstream Software, a company that provides enterprise software to streamline the creation and delivery of documents and communication materials, states Inquirer.

The financial aspect of the transaction was not disclosed.

On completion of the acquisition, Exstream Software will be combined with the Web services and software business unit of HP's Imaging and Printing Group.

Liberty offers mobile printing

Liberty is offering a mobile printing solution to its retail customers, enabling them, as a Community Print Location (CPL), to provide mobile printing services to their wireless consumers, reports Wireless Developer Network.

Consumers can print virtually any file, including Word documents, PowerPoint, Excel documents, from any wireless device, PC, laptop, or wireless handheld, such as a cellphone or PDA to a Liberty CPL.

"Liberty is actively developing products and services to create new revenue sources and drive profitability to our customers, and our CPL solution is part of this offering," said Garry Green, president of Liberty Photo Products.

HP uses recycled plastic

HP has blazed a new trail in green IT by recycling plastics to produce its inkjet printer cartridges, says Techworld.

The global technology company said its 'closed loop plastic recycling system' uses recycled plastics from sources such as water bottles and ink cartridges.

However, the prices of its inkjet printer cartridges will remain unchanged (even after the announcement of this new technology), said an HP representative.

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