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Podcast: What's new in digital photography?
In this podcast WhatIs.com editor Alex Howard provides an overview of the impact digital photography has made on business in the last two decades. He takes a look at the current landscape for digital photography in small to medium-sized businesses and lets us know what lies ahead in the near future. Bonus: Howard also provides his own helpful tips for the SMB photographer.

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HP provides a How-To-Guide: Taking better digital pictures



Podcast: Customer Profile: The Toronto Blue Jays
When the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team needed an in-house publishing solution for creating their season tickets, they went to HP for assistance. This podcast explains how HP helped the Toronto Blue Jays create their own inhouse season tickets. They saved over 54% on their printing costs.

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Podcast: A Profile of HP Printing Innovation
In this audio tour of HP's research and development labs, we learn what Scalable Printing Technology (SPT) is and what makes it different from traditional print technology. By radically changing the print heads, HP was able to increase both printing speed and print quailty.

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Video: ColorSphere Toner
When used as part of an HP printing system, new HP ColorSphere toner enables a wider range of colors for truer flesh tones, more subtle shadows and smoother color gradations.

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Video: Total Print Management in the Office
HP Total Print Management (TPM) is an integrated family of hardware, software and services that will help create that perfect blend -- low cost and efficiency.

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Video: Brochures to Billboards
HP's new "Baby Face" video utilizes animal imagery from the fictional 'Metro Zoo' to demonstrate the capabilities of the HP Designjet 130, 5500 and 9000 series, HP Indigo Press 4050 and 5000 and Videojet G4100. Using HP's new Graphic Arts portfolio of solutions, anyone working in the field of professional graphic arts can create everything from personalized brochures and postcards to posters to banners to outdoor signage to billboards

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