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Yahoo! Mail For iOS Gets AirPrint Support For Emails & Attachments

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The new Yahoo! Mail app for iOS has received another update just two weeks after its big revamp. This release adds support for Apple’s AirPrint service, allowing you to wirelessly print emails and attachments from your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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Fantastic Fold-up Fun: Get Foldify On Your iPad Now [Review]

Fantastic Fold-up Fun: Get Foldify On Your iPad Now [Review]

Design it, print it, make it.

Every now and then – less often these days – you hear about an app that’s really new, genuinely new. It does something you’ve not seen done before. It’s a whole new idea. Foldify is one those apps: it’s fun for kids and grown-ups alike, it’s reasonably-priced, and above all it smacks of genius.

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Education IT Pros Petition Apple To “Fix” Bonjour

Education IT Pros Petition Apple To “Fix” Bonjour

IT Pros like the idea of Bonjour, AirPlay, and AirPrint, but feel they don’t fit will on college campuses.

An online petition has been created to try to convince Apple to make changes to its Bonjour network discovery service and related technologies including AirPlay and AirPrint. The petition is asking Apple to redesign Bonjour and other services to deliver a better fit with education and enterprise networks. It was started by Lee Badman, wireless network architect for Syracuse University, on behalf of the Higher Ed Wireless Networking Admin Group at Educause, a non-profit resource organization for IT staff working in higher education.

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Lantronix xPrintServer Turns All Your Home Printers Into AirPrint Printer

Lantronix xPrintServer Turns All Your Home Printers Into AirPrint Printer

Use your crappy old non-AirPrint printer with your iPad.

Lantronix, a company which sounds like a Transformer, has added a home version of the xPrintServer to its lineup. Like its office-bound older brother, this xPrintServer lets you print to any printer in your home via AirPrint.

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Use This Mac App To Print From Your iPhone or iPad Without AirPrint [iOS Tips]

Use This Mac App To Print From Your iPhone or iPad Without AirPrint [iOS Tips]
When worlds collide – this is ostensibly an iOS tip, but it involves a Mac App, which should technically be an OS X tip, but hey – you probably know how to print from your Mac. It’s more likely that, like me, you have a printer that you use with your Mac and it isn’t one of them newfangled fancy AirPrint ones, neither. While AirPrint protocol has been around since iOS 4, I still haven’t bought a printer with it built in. Hey, mine works just fine, still!

If so, you can print from your iPhone or iPad to the printer connected to your Mac, using Printopia 2, a $20 Mac utility available from developer eCamm.

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The Brother MFC-J825W Printer is a More Than Capable iPad Printer [Review]

The Brother MFC-J825W Printer is a More Than Capable iPad Printer [Review]

You’ve got an iPad. You were so taken with this magical device that you decided to write the next great American novel that doesn’t involve sparkling vampires using Pages or another word processing app for the iPad. One problem: How to print it.

The Brother MFC-J825DW is one of the latest Brother printers to join HP, Lexmark, Epson and Canon as a capable Airprint printer. So how does it work with the iPad?

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Most Companies Are Ignoring The iPad Printing Problem

Most Companies Are Ignoring The iPad Printing Problem

Despite AirPrint, many workplaces still don't support iPad/iOS printing

Apple introduced the iOS printing a year and a half ago in the form of the iOS feature AirPrint. Although the feature has been available for some time, only a handful of printers ship with AirPrint support. There are, of course, a couple of ways around that limited selection like the Lantronix xPrintServer, the OS X Printopia utility, and FingerPrint for both OS X and Windows.

Those are great options for home use, but what about business users? The iPad is the best selling business tablet by a huge margin and that should translate into at least some workplace printing – or should it?

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How To Print From Your iPhone or iPad From Pretty Much Anywhere

How To Print From Your iPhone or iPad From Pretty Much Anywhere

PrinterOn's iPhone app offers mobile printing to 10,000+ public printers

The AirPrint feature in iOS let’s you print from your iPhone or iPad to your home printer – directly if you have one of the handful of AirPrint-capable printers on the market or using a print server device or utility on your Mac like Printopia or FingerPrint.

AirPrint addresses the basic need to print, but it isn’t really a mobile solution. What if you’re on a business trip or vacation and need to print? What if you’re headed to a meeting and forgot to print out brochures ahead of time?

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iPhone-Sized Box Makes All Networked Printers AirPrint-Ready

iPhone-Sized Box Makes All Networked Printers AirPrint-Ready

Just plug this into your network, and your iPad will see all the printers in your office

You have an office full of cubicle jockeys, and you have a network full of printers. And a lot of your workers come to the office with iPads and iPhones. Now, I hate printers, but even I realize that people need to put things on paper from time to time. And even a printer lover doesn’t want to re-equip the whole office with AirPrint-ready machines.

Thankfully, you don’t have to. The Lantronix xPrintServer will convert the whole network for you.

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Wirelessly Print From Any iOS Device Using xPrintServer

Wirelessly Print From Any iOS Device Using xPrintServer

The ability to print documents from an iOS device is a feature that many of us find incredibly useful, but Apple’s implementation has its flaws — such as the need for an AirPrint compatible printer. But thank to xPrintServer from Lantronix, you can wirelessly print to almost any networked printer from any iOS device.

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