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Little Printer will stop working next March as its creator shuts down

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
September 10, 2014
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Bad news if you own Berg's super-cute, internet-savvy Little Printer: it might not be not long for this world. The company is going into "hibernation" after it couldn't sustain a business based on connected devices, and its current plan has Little Printer services shutting down on March 31st, 2015. There is a glimmer of hope if you can't bear to be without paper copies of your internet news feeds. Berg plans to at least open source its code so that fans can keep the services alive if they like, and it's willing to sell the hardware business to any firm that will pledge ongoing support. There isn't any talk of a savior just yet, though, so you may want to cherish those printouts while you still can.

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