Tag Archive: Print


Read the fine print: Terms of service, privacy policies and the power of knowledge

It’s the only way to know what you’re giving away.

When you buy a new phone or install a new app, reading the boring (and often difficult to comprehend) privacy policies and terms of use are the last thing you want to do. But it’s also the most important part of the process.

We were having a discussion about visual voicemail in the Android Central Slack channel recently. With Marshmallow, Google introduced a visual voicemail framework for  [Read More…]

How to 3D Print anything created in VR

You can go from VR art to physical creation in hours.

Most of the demonstrations you see for VR are games, because they’re exciting and fun and don’t require a lot of skill or understanding to jump in and out. The same can not be said for VR art software, which is being used by artists all around the world to create anything and everything in a truly unique way. When the canvas is space itself, and  [Read More…]

New app by Google lets you scan print photos

Google today released a new app from the Google Photos team called PhotoScan. It lets you skip the flatbed scanner and scan photos using your phone. Although scanning photos with a smartphone isn’t a new concept, Google hopes to make the process easier than ever. When you open the app, you first take a picture

Samsung’s Print Service app now supports 88 million different printers

Printing from your Samsung Galaxy phone just got a whole lot easier.

Samsung’s Print Services app — you can find it here in Google Play if it didn’t come installed on your phone — has been updated to support the Mopria Print library. That means your Samsung phone can now connect to any of over 88 million printers, regardless of the brand or requirements for speciality apps.

“Samsung continues to develop easier ways for today’s  [Read More…]

How to print from your Android phone or tablet

How do I print straight from my Android phone or tablet?

As Android technology progresses, so does your ability to get everything done right from your Android phone or tablet. Google has designed a cloud printing app that works with your printer connected either to your wireless network or to your computer via USB. Here’s how to set up Google Cloud Print within Chrome on your computer and how to start printing directly from your Android  [Read More…]

Epson Creative Print taps into Instagram to bring your selfie collages to life

Epson is looking to tap into a bit of Instagram’s magic with the latest update to its Creative Print app. If you have an Epson printer, you can now use the Epson Creative Print app to easily print off collages made up of photos pulled from your connected Instagram account.

From Epson:

Part of the robust Epson Connect™ suite of mobile printing solutions, the new app features a simplified design and interface allowing users  [Read More…]

CES 2016: Polaroid Snap Plus instant print Camera

Polaroid has just introduced a new product to its camera line called the Polaroid Snap Plus and this is something that I think a lot of people will find fairly interesting, especially those that love to have physical copies of pictures without having to head to Walmart or somewhere similar to print them and then pay for them.

The Polaroid Snap Plus comes with a microSD card slot that supports SD Cards up to 128GB. All pictures, and even video, can  [Read More…]

Kodak now lets you edit, share, and print from its Moments app

Kodak has released an update for its Moments app, which now lets you share, edit, and print photos all from one location. No longer do you need a separate app to print using one of Kodak’s Picture Kiosks, instead you can do it from the same place that you just edited that new photo.

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All metal Xperia Z4 with finger print sensor rumored for September

Twitter account ViziLeaks has tweeted that Sony plans to change up the Xperia design by “going all metal” and even changing their iconic power button. Sony has kept a relatively similar design to their Xperia line since the first Xperia Z smartphone.

The tweet also states that Sony may be including a finger print sensor on their flagship as well, following the latest trend among flagship smartphones. Whether the sensor will be on the front or back is still a  [Read More…]

Help us 3D Print some Lloyd gear in this week’s contest

We’ve thrown everything you can imagine at this 3D Printer. Well, almost everything.

For the past few weeks we’ve been putting an Ultimaker 2 through its paces, and learned a ton in the process. We know that making your own accessories can be cool, dealing with failure can make you want to rip your hair out, and ultimately it’s fun to try new things. There’s even a mostly pointless Moto 360 pocketwatch adapter out in the  [Read More…]