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Sprint Introduces Instant Google Voice Integration on All CDMA Phones [video]

Sprint Introduces Instant Google Voice Integration on All CDMA Phones [video]

At this second Sprint event, the focus was definitely Google Voice. In their initial presentation, Sprint noted Google's one number, online voicemail, transcriptions, custom greetings, international calling, and recording of calls. One single voicemail on one single number, all of this accessible in the cloud on the web. Integration with SMS, a brand new feature, and the ability to pick up a call halfway through a voicemail message being left, a feature we've not had since the old voicemail boxes of yore! Google Voice, launched just two years ago, we know to be integral to more people's lives than just our own - from the onset, this presentation was like a silent bomb.

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Chrome OS Re-Announced at Google Chrome Event

Chrome OS Re-Announced at Google Chrome Event

As you know, our man Ben is at the Google Chrome event today and he's feeding us back info as he gets it. Today, amongst talks of updates to the Google Chrome browser as well as a Chrome Web Store comes a new batch of news about Chrome OS. Follow us live below. "Nothing but the web."

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Pogoplug Now Supports Cloud Printing with New Firmware, Wireless Adapter and Biz Model Now Shipping

Pogoplug Now Supports Cloud Printing with New Firmware, Wireless Adapter and Biz Model Now Shipping

The Pogoplug keeps getting updated, and there's not a single bad spot in sight. This time around, with a brand new firmware that's being pushed out to the devices right now, the pink box will officially support plenty of features that the company previously made official over the last few months. One of the most exciting ones: cloud printing!

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How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Cloud

How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Cloud

After sixteen years of using portable computers, I'm more convinced than ever that cloud computing, especially cloud based storage, will save us all. It's not without problems and caveats, but I've been betrayed by storage solutions I thought were reliable, and I'm ready to bury the hard drive in favor of the great gigabyte in the sky.

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HP ePrint hands-on [Video]

HP ePrint hands-on [Video]

We have to admit, when HP announced their new ePrint line-up last week, we did wonder about whether giving printers their own email addresses was taking wireless technology one step too far into the mundane.  Having played with the new line-up today, we're may not quite be 100-percent convinced, but at least we know the system works.  After the cut, why your printer might end up your most frequent correspondent, and how HP hope to distract your offspring.

Video demo after the cut

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HP ePrint web-connected printer service debuts

HP ePrint web-connected printer service debuts

As tipped earlier today, HP has announced their HP ePrint web-connected and cloud-aware printer system, which will allow users to store documents remotely and print them from wherever they are in the world.  At its most basic, users will be able to email print tasks to their printer from smartphones, iPads and other internet-connected devices; however, HP ePrint will also allow for scheduled prints of online content, such as MSNBC news or Disney activities for children.

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NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 stylus detail demo joins first full teaser

NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 stylus detail demo joins first full teaser

The NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 line of Android tablets is set to see the light of day just in time for the end of the year here in 2013, bringing with them a mix of graphics processing finesse and software-based stylus technology. Today a couple of videos have surfaced with NVIDIA speaking on the abilities of the tablet - an NVIDIA reference design, mind you, though the final manufactured versions will look extremely similar for consumers. The first of these demonstrations is done with what the company calls DirectStylus, working with a built-in pen.

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Android 4.4 KitKat guide to what’s new: SlashGear 101

Android 4.4 KitKat guide to what’s new: SlashGear 101

The newest version of Google's mobile operating system is on the way to devices of all kinds in the very near future, bringing a load of updates for the back end as well as the front in Android 4.4 KitKat. This version of the software brings changes first to the Google Nexus 5, made by LG. This device has a 5-inch display with 1080p resolution and is the headliner device for this OS.

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