Google Pushes Cloud Printing to Android and iOS
Google today announced that it has extended its Cloud Print beta program to Android and iOS devices. Users of devices running Android 2.1 Eclair and iOS 3.0 and up will be able to print email, attachments and other documents directly from Gmail and Google Docs from their browser to the networked printer of their choice. In order to use the service, users will need a Windows-based PC to register and configure Cloud Print online. Google said support for Apple and Linux PCs will come soon. Cloud Print beta is free to use.
Motorola, Polaroid Partner Up On Insta-Share Printer Moto Mod
Nov 15, 2017
Motorola and Polaroid today announced the Insta-Share Printer, a Moto Mod that lets people instantly print and share images captured with their Moto Z handset. The attachment includes its own dedicated camera button for snapping photos and can print directly from the camera roll, Facebook, Instagram, and Google Photos.
Google Adds a Dash of AI to Gmail with High-Priority Notifications On Mobile and Smart Replies on the Web
Apr 25, 2018
Google today introduced new features to Gmail both on the web and on mobile devices. The web version of Gmail sees the largest number of changes and adds smart features meant to help people move through their email more efficiently.
ChromeOS Gains Support for Linux
May 8, 2018
Pixelbook owners will soon be able to use Linux on their ChromeOS device. Google today announced that Chromebooks will be able to run Linux apps, which will let developers open a window and use their favorite Linux-based tools without leaving ChromeOS.
Google Says Developers Can Use AMP for Email to Boost Gmail Experience
Feb 13, 2018
Google today said it is porting its AMP technology to Gmail. Developers now have access to AMP for Email, a tool that allows them to create interactive, actionable email experiences that take place within Gmail itself, rather than secondary browser windows.
Google Revamps Gmail, Drive, Hangouts with Businesses in Mind
Mar 10, 2017
Google this week made significant change to its core productivity suite, including its email, online storage, and messaging tools. Gmail gains support for add-ons from the G Suite Marketplace, which will let third-party companies create small apps that can hook into an enhance Gmail.