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Google Cloud Print comes to Android, iPhone

Jan 27, 2011, 14:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Google has opened beta testing for its Google Cloud Print service via Android smartphones and Apple's iPhone. Developed initially for Google's Linux-based Chrome OS as way to print remotely or locally without using drivers, the current mobile version requires the printer to be connected to -- a Windows PC.

"Google says its Google Cloud Print beta will allow Android and iPhone smartphone users to print Google Docs documents and Gmail messages. Google Cloud Print allows any application to print to any printer from any computing device, without installing printer drivers or any software. It was initially developed to enable printing via Google's Chrome Operating System (Chrome OS), the web-based Linux variant coming on notebooks from Samsung and Acer later this year."

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