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cloud printing

(1) Printing from a computer or mobile device to a remote printer via the Internet (the cloud). For example, users can snap photos on a smartphone and send them to a printer at their home or office. Cloud printing apps are available for smartphones and tablets that work with almost any printer. Some printers, such as HP's ePrinters, come set up for cloud printing. See Google Cloud Print.

(3) Printing to the cloud. It refers to scanning a photo or document on an Internet-connected multifunction printer and sending it directly from the device to a photo or document sharing service on the Internet.
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Added support for printing photos, Google Docs, Gmail messages and other hosted services like Google Cloud Print and HP ePrinters would be included.
With the Chromebooks, users can print anywhere via Google Cloud Print, and they can employ remote desktop access to access software on their machine.
In March 2014, the Company began shipping xPrintServerA Cloud Print Edition - the newest addition to its award-winning mobile printing product family.
Motorola added support for printing pictures from Gmail, Google Docs and other phone content through WiFI, Bluetooth and hosted services like HP ePrinters and Google Cloud Print.
These features include the ability to seamlessly integrate with Google Cloud Print, audio and video playback, assignment of a unique Receiver ID to each device for monitoring, seamless Clipboard integration across remote and local applications, end user experience monitoring with HDX Insight and direct SSL connections.
Google is a registered trademark and Android, Chromebook, Gmail, Google Chrome, Google Cloud Print and Google Drive are trademarks of Google Inc.
The update weighs 308MB and will have features and improvements like security enhancements, cloud print service, new Bluetooth profiles, immersive mode, full emoji keyboard, messages/Google handout integration and others.
In addition, NFC technology supports Google Cloud Print with easier user registration.
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According to the change log, the new firmware will bring-in bug fixes and few enhancements, such as improved memory management, security, cloud print service, new Bluetooth profiles to provide media interactions and more.
KODAK Email Print feature requires Google Cloud Print account.