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+ - Charging More for Printers and Less for Ink->

Submitted by rkcallaghan
rkcallaghan (858110) writes "The New York Times (now registration free!) writes: "Today Xerox is unveiling a costly solid-ink printer for businesses that will print color pages at the same price as black and white. The printer, which can handle 30 pages a minute, will cost $2,499, about $900 more than laser printers that operate at similar speeds. The cost of ink to print 14,000 black-and-white ink pages is about $216, in line with the price for a page from laser printers using toner. But the cost of printing in color will be the same, $72 each for the three ink sticks needed for a wide-color spectrum. Laser toner to print the same number of color pages could cost five times as much.""
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+ - Followup: Online Gambling Still Legal

Submitted by rkcallaghan
rkcallaghan (858110) writes "It's been a chaotic week for online poker players, including the largest site, Party Poker, closing its real money games to US players.

In an article on Card Player, a site frequented by poker affectionados of all kinds, Card Players counsel says that Legal Landscape of Online Gaming Has Not Changed. The article continues and notes explicitly that "The new bill does not make online poker illegal"."

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