If you’re headed to a location where you’re not sure of the cell reception, sending a Map to your iPhone or iPad from Mavericks is obviously of little use. If you need to get a PDF of a section of… Read more ›
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Forget 3-D printing. The future of personal manufacturing is now 2-D printing – when you’re making iPhone keyboards that it. Using nothing but a keyboard printed onto a sheet of regular paper, along with Gyorgyi Kerekes’s new Paper Keyboard app,…
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After selling a record-breaking number of iPhones during the recent launch weekend, Apple is now ready to pummel magazines with it’s trademark brand of clever yet simple ads extolling the iPhone’s virtues. The first print ad for the iPhone 5s…
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It’s hard to argue with the awesomeness of Grove’s Wood Print case, a maple shell for your iPhone 5 with one of your own Instagrams printed on the back. Who wouldn’t want that? Your photograph is printed direct onto the wood, giving it a kind of 1950s tiki-bar vibe (the landscapes Grove has chosen for […]
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It’s been hard to miss Apple’s new ‘Designed by Apple’ ad campaign that has taken over TV the past few days. Apple isn’t content with just a TVÂ commercialÂ though as the company has begun to publish two-page advertisements in newspapers push the campaign forward. Today’s edition of the Toronto Star features a two-page Apple ad of [...]
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Printing wirelessly from an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch to a printer is very simple, particularly if the printer in question is AirPrint compatible. Essentially AirPrint means the printer has native wireless support for direct-from-iOS printing, and setup is an absolute breeze.
If you don’t have a printer yet or are thinking about upgrading and are shopping around, ideally you will get one of the [Read More...]
The more I travel, the more I take photos with my iPhone. Iâ€™m getting better at it with every trip, which means Iâ€™m getting results that might even be considered worthy enough to display on my wall at home. In the past Iâ€™ve taken my photos to brick-and-mortar shops that specialize in it â€“ and their prices are just as â€œspecialâ€ â€“ which means that if a less costly [Read More...]
Wunderlist for Mac has today been updated to introduce a number of new features including the ability to email and print your to-do lists. It also adds contextual menus, makes performance and stability improvements, and adds additional languages.
With the latest Wunderlist update, you can print task lists like you would any document on your Mac â€” by hitting the Command + P. You can also email them to friends and colleagues [Read More...]
Photo-book printing service Milk has teamed up with overpriced notebook maker Moleskine to make overpriced photo books in the shape of – you guessed it – Moleskine notebooks.
The books, which start at a hefty $ 50 (20 pages), have the familiar round-cornered hard covers, elastic strap and air of mass-market exclusivity. But they also contain your photos, printed in color onto photo paper with your choice of layouts and lettering styles.
Christmas is nearly here, and with it comes the snapping of a million never-to-be shared photos. So, instead of promising your friends and family that you’ll e-mail pictures, or trying to teach your mom how to use shared Photo Streams, or dicking around with SD cards and sneakernet, why not just make some good, old-fashioned prints?
And don’t worry – you won’t have to touch a computer.
The Canon Pixma IP7220 is an AirPrint-compatible photo printer [Read More...]