AirPrint is pretty cool, if you have an AirPrint-enabled printer that is. My mom happens to have one and when I’m at her house printing is a piece of cake. At home, however, I don’t have an AirPrint printer and sometimes I do need or want to print things from my my iPhone or iPad, so want can I do? Several things, in fact.
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Lots of sites are looking back at 2012 to review the year gone by, but while there is no doubt it’s been a pretty exciting year, I thought I’d start with a look at the year to come and make a few arm waving predictions about what we might see. Well, a few arm waving predictions and a good number of pretty sure bets as well.
Back in June, BlueStacks, a company specializing in Android virtualization, had released a public alpha of the App Player for the Mac, that allowed users to run a limited number of Android apps on the Mac such as Fruit Ninja, Pulse etc.
When Apple’s CEO Tim Cook revealed in a interview with NBC Rock Center’s Brian Williams that one of the existing Mac lines will be manufactured in the U.S, it was speculated that Mac Pro production will be shifted to the U.S.
Wunderlist has always been one of the most widely-used to-do list apps on the market. It is elegant, simple to use, available for nearly every platform, and – perhaps its greatest selling feature (pun totally intended) – it is free. The team at 6Wunderkinder had a great thing going with Wunderlist, but it was only supposed to be the first small step in the team’s foray into task management. Wunderkit was supposed to be its ultimate triumph – but that wasn’t how it went down.