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Briefly: Galaxy S 4 HP printing support, Cloud Mate update
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Mar 18, 2013, 02:53 PM
 
HP and Samsung have partnered up to provide native HP printing support in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S 4. The built-in printing support will allow Galaxy S 4 owners to send a printable file to most HP Inkjet and LaserJet network printers without the need to download an app. Support is included for more than 180 different HP network printers, as well as for numerous printing options such as duplex printing, orientation, and paper type.

Cloud Mate update brings iCloud storage to the Finder

An updated version of Cloud Mate ($7), a tool that brings all of a user's iCloud documents into a single location has been released. By default iCloud organizes documents by application, meaning users must have multiple apps open if they need to move it to a new location. Release 1.3 adds the ability to add an iCloud drive to your Mac, bringing iCloud directly into the Finder. All files are automatically sorted into appropriate folders, including a single Photo Stream folder with all of a user's images.
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Mar 18, 2013, 03:03 PM
 
Why is this on MacNN? Please stop posting news that has nothing to do with Macs or Apple.
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To get a rise out of you, you realize. Some of the reactions to stories here are so completely absurd, you have to realize they are actively making fun of people like you. You are the problem, not the story.
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Mar 18, 2013, 03:27 PM
 
Now if only HP printers didn't suck.
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Mar 18, 2013, 04:33 PM
 
I'd like to see iOS' AirPrint get those additional features like paper type, orientation, duplex.
     
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How am I the problem? I'm merely pointing out the obvious.
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