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HP’s voice-controlled Tango printer can be disguised as a book

By alexa, Cortana, engadget, gear, googleassistant, hp, inkjet, personal computing, personalcomputing, printer, printing, tango, tangox, voicecontrol, voicerecognition

Printers haven’t really kept up with the times. Sure, you can print from your phone, but the devices aren’t built for an always-connected world — and let’s be honest, more than a few of them are eyesores that can feel like ’90s throwbacks. HP beli…

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Sound-based liquid printing could lead to new designer drugs

By acoustic, acoustophoretic, drink, engadget, food, food and drink, foodanddrink, gear, harvard, harvarduniversity, health, liquid, medicine, printer, printing, science, video

Liquid printing is virtually ubiquitous thanks to inkjets, but the materials can only be so sluggish before it stops working. What if you wanted to print a biological material, or even liquid metal? That might happen soon. Harvard researchers …

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Chrome OS is ready to use printers without the cloud

By applenews, chromeos, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, google, googlecloudprint, hp, ipp, personal computing, personalcomputing, print, printer, printing

Despite decades of attempts to straighten out the connections between printers and computers, it’s a situation that always (at least for me) seems to have an extra complication. On Chrome OS, ever since launch it has by default relied on Google Cloud…

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Chrome OS is ready to use printers without the cloud

By applenews, chromeos, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, google, googlecloudprint, hp, ipp, personal computing, personalcomputing, print, printer, printing

Despite decades of attempts to straighten out the connections between printers and computers, it’s a situation that always (at least for me) seems to have an extra complication. On Chrome OS, ever since launch it has by default relied on Google Cloud…

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