1. Samsung Warns Cartridge Resellers—full episode

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    April 23, 2014 Episode 111 In this week's bulletin, David Gibbons shares with you the BIGGEST news stories in the printer consumables industry: 1. A letter allegedly written for Samsung has been sent out to European resellers who are infringing Samsung's cartridge patents; 2. Memjet has just launched the Aspen, which they say is guaranteed to get print shops around the world very excited; 3. A new font has been designed in the UK, which uses one third less ink and toner than standard fonts; 4. Static Control plans to strengthen remanufacturing in Eastern Europe with an experienced newcomer; 5. Ricoh has opened a new Technical Centre in the UK to support a growing demand in Europe; 6. Despite an expected decline in inkjet in Taiwan, the demand for continuous ink supply systems, or CISS, has grown there.

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    • Mini Mobile Robot Printer

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      An Israeli hardware company made a mobile robot that drops ink onto a page as it rolls over the top.

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      • HP in the News Again

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        HP has hosted a two day anti-counterfeiting conference in Johannesburg, Africa.

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        • Ninestar Swings Open its Doors

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          One of the world's largest remanufacturers moved to a new mega site 8 weeks ago.

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          • OEMS Hold Patents in Russia

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            OEMs have come out saying a report given on inTouch News last week is wrong

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            • OEMS Hold Cartridge Patents in Russia—full episode

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              April 17, 2014 Episode 110 In this week's episode, David Gibbons shares with you the BIGGEST stories from the printer consumables industry: 1. OEMs have come out saying a report given on inTouch News last week is wrong; 2. One of the world's largest remanufacturers moved to a new mega site 8 weeks ago, 3. HP has hosted a two day anti-counterfeiting conference in Johannesburg, Africa; 4. An Israeli hardware company made a mobile robot that drops ink onto a page as it rolls over the top; 5. It's estimated that 10 percent of world trade is made up of pirated and counterfeited imaging products; 6. A notable shift in the printer consumables market in central and eastern Europe is due to the increase of patent infringing clones.

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              • New Mobile Technology Website

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                One OEM has just launched a new website to help consumers connect, share and print using mobile devices.

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                • Business Inkjet Gains More Credibility

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                  New survey results would suggest the once thick dividing line between laser printers and inkjets for business use is becoming blurred.

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                  • Samsung Lawsuits Underway in Germany

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                    The case against 4 of the 7 companies being targeted by Samsung for selling patent infringing compatible cartridges, or clones, is underway in Munich Germany.

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                    • $1.5 million Stolen from FBI

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                      Hackers in the US have ordered more than 1.5 million dollars worth of printer cartridges.

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