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iOS printing comes to the office with xPrintServer from Lantronix

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If you have ever tried printing from your iPhone or iPad to your home printer, you know how it's not straightforward. You need to use a supported printer, like a newer HP model with ePrint, or you need a specific app (usually free) from your printer vendor, such as Epson. That might be acceptable for home users, but imagine an enterprise with dozens or hundreds of iOS users printing to dozens of industrial strength printers. You can't easily replace all of those printers, financially or functionally, and you can't necessarily force all of those employees to download and use printer-specific apps for each printer.


Apple nowhere and everywhere at this week's Consumer Electronics Show

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The huge, annual CES (Consumer Electronics Show) tradeshow is under way in Las Vegas this week. And Apple isn't there, as usual. But, as usual, Apple is everywhere. That is, many of the products being introduced are simply ripoffs of Apple products. PCWorld has an interesting article about this "Parade of ripoffs." One of the biggest trends at the show is expected to be the new slew of "ultrabook" computers — all of them looking very much like the MacBook Air.



Coolest exhibit at CES could be Xzibit himself!

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Waiting in line (first place!) for the always happening Monster press conference, who should arrive but rapper, ride pimper, and extreme home makeover guru Xzibit?!




Looks like he will join the ranks of Dr. Dre, Lady Gaga, the Miles Davis family and others to endorse/customize a line of Beats headphones and/or earbuds. Stay tuned for details!



Year's biggest consumer electronics show just a week away

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If you have technolust no doubt you're planning to head to Las Vegas this weekend for the annual CES (Consumer Electronics Show), the biggest event of its kind. Apple won't be there, but there will be a huge presence of Apple-related products. The iLounge pavillion featuring third-party Macintosh and iOS products will be 85,000 square feet. Of course, iPhone Life magazine will be at the center of the action, reporting this event via blog posts and videos.



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