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Now that the holidays are over, you might find yourself with a couple unwanted or outdated electronics. But they don't have to collect dust in the closet — why not give your used gadgets a new home? SEE ALSO: 10 Excellent Examples of Recycled Gadgetry Several companies and retailers offer various trade-in programs for old phones, computers, tablets, video games, DVDs and other gadgets. It's a great way to get rid of your old products and make a little profit.
The xPrintServer is about the size of an iPhone and allows for printing from any iOS-based device to network-connected printers. (Credit: Lantronix) Ever since iOS 4.2, when Apple introduced AirPrint, which allows for printing from iOS devices, it's been painful for many people to find out that it only works with a handful of printers. This means when you find out that your beloved printer is not on the supported list, you have two options: get a new one or try to hack your way into making it work . Neither is as easy as the third option that Lantronix announced today, the xPrintServer.
In 2020 We Can Wear Sony Computers On Our Wrist Our present need for internet connectivity is so profound that secondary devices like the Nextep Computer are bound to happen.
They say there’s nothing better than someone showing you how to perform a particular task. Back in the late 80s, this was how information about how to understand computers spread from person to person. Problem is that we now have to rely on books, the Internet and our own skills to teach ourselves how to complete a particular task. However, there’s a different way. You could ask someone to help you over the Internet. With fast broadband, you could easily either offer your skills to another person or find someone with particular skills to help you finish a task.