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Print from virtually anywhere with Google Cloud Print

Google is doing its bit to delay the emergence of the paperless office with Google Cloud Print, a service that lets users print from web-connected devices, including Android and iOS mobile devices and PCs, from virtually anywhere in the world with an internet connection. So how exactly does it work? Here's a look at setting it up using either a standard printer connected to your computer or a Google Cloud Ready printer.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the iPad mini with Retina Display and 2013 Nexus...

If you're looking to pick up a smaller tablet this holiday season, it's hard to beat Apple's Retina iPad mini and the Google/Asus Nexus 7. If you've narrowed your search down to these two, do you go with the bigger screen or the smaller price? Join Gizmag, as we compare the features and specs of the iPad mini with Retina Display and 2013 Nexus 7.  Read More

Here's how to restore your contacts, apps, and media between iOS 6 and iOS 7

Apple's new devices this year all launch with the new iOS 7 mobile operating system. It's definitely a new look, and some of the settings and features that you're used to have changed. If you're moving from an older device running iOS 6, here's how to restore your new iPhone or iPad from an iCloud backup.  Read More

Gizmag goes hands-on, to help you choose between the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina Di...

Apple's newest iPads are a big leap forward from last year's models. But when it comes to choosing between the iPad Air and Retina iPad mini, where do you start? Well, after spending a couple weeks with both tablets, we have a thing or two to say on the subject. Read on, as Gizmag shares our hands-on impressions of the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina Display.  Read More

Gizmag reviews Apple's new (2nd generation) iPad mini with Retina Display

The original iPad mini was a great product, but it had one glaring flaw: its screen's resolution just wasn't on a par with the rest of Apple's recent devices. So now, a year after the release of the first iPad mini, we have the inevitable follow-up with a razor-sharp Retina Display. Does it live up to expectations? Join Gizmag, as we review Apple's second-generation iPad mini with Retina Display.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of some of the best tablets of 2013

Planning on putting a new tablet on your holiday wish list? Or maybe you're trying to find the perfect slate for a loved one? There are a lot of tablets out there, but Gizmag is here to help you sort through the mess. Join us, as we compare the features and specs of the year's most popular tablets.  Read More

Today Google pushed a big update to its search app for iOS, making Google Now a much more ...

For the last couple of years, you could argue that Google Now was a big advantage that Android had over iOS. Its predictive capabilities and speedy voice search made it much more than just another Siri rival. But with today's update to the Google Search app for iPhone and iPad, Google Now is just about as handy there as it is on Android, with new features that fill in most of the missing pieces.  Read More

Gizmag reviews the iPad Air, the lightest full-sized tablet you can buy today

Thanks to the trusty rumor mill, we knew long ago that Apple's next full-sized iPad would borrow heavily from the iPad mini. But now that it's here, does the iPad Air live up to the hype? And is it worth the upgrade from an older iPad? Let Gizmag help out, as we review the new lighter and thinner iPad Air.  Read More

Gizmag goes hands-on, to share our first impressions of Apple's new iPad Air

Last year's 4th-generation iPad was such a minor update, there was little reason for iPad 3 owners to consider taking the plunge. But this year, the iPad Air marks the biggest physical redesign the tablet has ever seen. Is it worth the upgrade? Read on, as we share our initial impressions of the lighter, thinner iPad Air.  Read More

Handwriting can be displayed instantly on an iOS device using the Livescribe 3 and a compa...

Since the launch of the Pulse in 2008, Livescribe has continued to improve upon its paper-based smartpen technology in subsequent models. The Echo in 2010 brought a rounder shape and micro-USB connectivity and Wi-Fi connectivity was incorporated in the Sky in 2012. The latest addition to the line is the Livescribe 3, which boasts Bluetooth connectivity and iOS device support through a companion app.  Read More

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