All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘printing’

Office For iPad Gets Printing, Other New Features

Roughly a month ago, Microsoft launched the much-anticipated Office for iPad to much fanfare. Today, the company announced that it now has printing support, a key feature for office documents. This comes in the first update, and the company says it was the number one request. Also included in the update are SmartGuides in PowerPoint and a few other things. …

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Instagram Event Invite Hints at Printing Service. Possibly. Maybe.

Instagram is about to announce something new, and the event invites point to something in the physical realm. Members of the tech press recently received a mysterious invite for a December 12th press event. It simply says “you are invited to share a moment with Kevin Systrom and the Instagram team. CNET describes it as a “package, wrapped with brown …

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Google Launches Cloud Print Tools For Windows

Google announced the launch of a couple new Google Cloud Print tools today to benefit Windows users: Cloud Printer and Cloud Print Service. The former, Google says, makes it possible to print to any cloud printers from Windows apps like Adobe Reader. The latter runs as a Windows service, so admins can connect existing printers to Cloud Print in their …

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There’s Now A Google Cloud Print Android App

Google has launched a Google Cloud Print app for Android, enabling users to print from their Android devices to any Cloud Print connected printer. You can use the app to easily print pictures or documents from other apps, and track the status of print jobs. Android has supported Cloud Print for some time, but it didn’t have a standalone app …

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R.R. Donnelley Buys EDGAR Online

Printing company R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co. has announced that it will acquire financial data firm EDGAR Online for roughly $38.6 million, which would expand its digital product offering. Along with debt and a payment equal to the redemption price of its preferred shares, the deal is worth $70.5 million altogether, with shares at $1.092 a piece. R.R. Donnelley’s services …

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Paper-thin RFID Tags Could Change Business

Researchers in France have developed a way to deposit a thin aluminum RFID tag on to paper that not only reduces the amount of metal needed for the tag, and so the cost, but could open up RFID tagging to many more systems, even allowing a single printed sheet or flyer to be tagged. RFID tags are an alternative technology …

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