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Lantronix xPrintServer Home Edition Reviewed

teaser imageFor around $100, Lantronix' xPrintServer Home Edition can get your iPads and iPhones playing nice with your trusty old printer.

Lantronix Shipping AirPrint Server

Lantronix LogoLantronix said its iOS device print server has started to ship.

Box.net Ups Storage for iOS Users

Box.net logoBox.net is offering iOS users 50 GB of free cloud storage.

Why People Prefer The iPad

The iPad always winsGiven the choice, people will pick up an iPad instead of an Android tablet. But why?

Amazon Give Apple The Bird on App Sales Tax

Amazon logoAmazon just bypassed Apple's tax on its Kindle book sales.

Crossing The Chasm: Converting An iPhone App to Android

Converting An iPhone App to Android One man's story of porting an app from Apple's tightly-controlled fiefdom to the wild and wooly Android frontier.

iCloud Won't Set You Free

iCloud with handcuffsApple's iCloud is just a way to tie you even more closely to Apple's tightly-controlled world.

Dropbox: Android vs. iOS

Dropbox for Mobile DevicesDropbox on Android or iOS? We put each through its paces, and compare/contrast the experience.

A Day In The Cloud - Connecting The iPad To The Cloud

Cloud iPadA littleWebDAV. A little Dropbox. And, bam! Your iPad is connected to the cloud.

mSpot Boosts Free Storage To 5 GB

mSpot Logo mSpot has increased free storage to 5GB on its cloud music service.

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