Motorola DROID Bionic with WiFi Printing Feature

Now been widely circulated on Motorola DROID Bionic talks. This device is expected to be one of Motorola’s next generation flagship devices and is also expected to launch Android to new heights.

Motorola DROID Bionic offers a wide range of features. besides Zumocast which allows you to remotely access and streaming files from your home computer to the handset, Motorola DROID Bionic also equipped with Webtop Apps / Wireless Printing. It looks like Motorola will be offering the same connectivity options for the Bionic that it did for the Atrix. The handset can be connected to an optional dock to be used like a laptop or desktop computer, and will sport full Firefox browsing with multi-window support. The phone will also have new widgets, and MotoPrint support for printing to Wifi-enabled printers. The Bionic will also have a “bedside mode” for being used as an alarm clock, and HDMI-out with mirror mode for viewing content on the big screen (with a dock option likely available for that functionality as well).
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RE 35 Cartridge

Now Cartridge RE 35 proposes a solution for photographers who are attached to their analog equipment but can no longer resist the pull of the digital age. this digital cartridges can be connected to your computer via USB and is compatible with any 35mm camera.

The RE-35 cartridge, representing a regular roll of film, inside the can lies a pull out image sensor which can be stretched across the opening where the film normally sits to be exposed. Available in 4-, 8-, and 12-megapixel versions, you will be able to pick from a resolution of your choice. Once you’ve finished capturing all the images it can possibly hold, just transfer it over to a computer via USB – which will also juice up the cartridge’s battery simultaneously.
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Instant Mobile Printer Polaroid GL 10

Polaroid has just announced their latest product named Polaroid GL10 Instant Mobile Printer. GL 10 can quickly print pictures from mobile phones and digital cameras, just by transferring the images in one click via Bluetooth or USB.

Once the image is received, the printer can churn out 3 × 4 inch photo. A free Polaroid Android allows you to print images with a classic Polaroid border or your own customized border in less than 45 seconds.

To produce images, Polaroid printers using Zink Zero Ink technology generation, meaning the printers never run out of ink. Zink paper contains the colors cyan, yellow and magenta dye crystals embedded inside which only appears as a regular white photo paper, but can change if heated. in addition, this paper also waterproof, stain resistant and tear. This portable printer can produce up to 35 prints at a time.

Polaroid GL-10 capable of connecting wirelessly to a wide range of smartphones including Blackberry, Android and Windows compatible phones – the Polaroid GL10 Instant Mobile Printer available with £119.99.
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Apple Releases Printer Driver and QuickTime 7.7

Apple has released driver updates to supply additional support for printer and scanner devices from HP, Samsung, and Brother. These updates are for OS X 10.6 and include all the printer drivers supported on OS X from the respective companies. Apple uses its Common Unix Printing System (CUPS) in OS X, that uses generic driver sets that are enhanced to support specific features and functions of individual printer models, so as new models come out Apple can more easily tweak drivers to work with them. The latest printer drivers can be found at the following locations:

HP Printer Drivers 2.7 for Mac OS X is a 494.47MB download containing the latest printing and scanning software for HP printers. The update requires Mac OS X 10.6.1 or later or Mac OS X Lion.

Samsung Printer Drivers 2.2 for Mac OS X includes Samsung printing software that shipped with Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. The 26.86MB download requires Mac OS X 10.6 or later or Lion.

Brother 2.7 Printer Drivers update installs the latest software for Brother printers or scanners. The download weighs 136.55MB and requires Mac OS X 10.6.0 or later or Lion.

QuickTime 7.7 for Leopard

On its download page for the update, Apple indicates that QuickTime 7.7 for Leopard improves security. According to a support document explaining the changes made, QuickTime 7.7 closes several holes that could allow maliciously crafted images, audio files and movies to crash the program or execute unauthorized code.

The update is a 68.85MB download and is recommended for all Mac OS X Leopard users.

QuickTime 7.7 for Windows

Apple recommends QuickTime 7.7 for all users on Windows XP (SP2 or later), Windows Vista and Windows 7. The update resolves a number of Windows-specific security flaws.

Users are warned that installing QuickTime 7 will disable QuickTime Pro functionality on prior versions of the software, such as QuickTime 6.
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