Seamlessly move between paper and cloud-based files with intelligent mobile scanning and easy control of your HP e-All-in-One from your iPhone or iPad.
Print, copy, and scan with Apple iPad, iPhone and iPad (iOS 6.0 or later). Mobile scanning feature supported by iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5c, 5s, the new iPad, iPad mini, iPad Air and iPod 5G (iOS 6.0 or later) with 5 megapixels or more camera with autofocus.
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Microsoft Remote Desktop app, you can connect to a remote PC and your work resources from almost anywhere. Experience the power of Windows with RemoteFX in a Remote Desktop client designed to help you get your work done wherever you are. Once these new Remote Desktop apps, which include an overhauled version of the two-year-old Mac Remote Desktop client, are available, Microsoft will be providing access to virtual desktops on everything from Windows and Windows RT, to iOS, OS X and Android.
The iOS version for iPhone and iPad can be found here – Apple App Store.
Microsoft OneNote for iPhone is a note-taking app for capturing all of your ideas and to-dos on the go. With the free version of OneNote for iPhone you can access, create and edit up to 500 notes. Once you reach this limit you can still view, delete, and sync your notes. To continue taking and editing notes, you can upgrade OneNote for iPhone to unlimited use through an in-app purchase. Click here to know more.
▪ iPhone or iPod touch must have iOS 4.3 or higher.
▪ A free Windows Live ID is required to use OneNote for iPhone – use an existing ID or let OneNote help you sign up.
▪ Web functionality uses the free OneNote Web App available on SkyDrive, which requires a supported web browser.
▪ OneNote for iPhone opens notebooks created in Microsoft OneNote 2010 or the OneNote Web App.
Updates to the Lync for iPhone and Lync for iPad apps have been posted to the Apple Store. Click here to know more
Lot of new features going to get release with this platform and it is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch (3rd generation and 4th generation), iPad and iPad 2…
New feature like….
- Notification Center: You get all kinds of notifications on your iOS device: new email, texts, friend requests, and more. With Notification Center, you can keep track of them all in one convenient location. Just swipe down from the top of any screen to enter Notification Center.
- iMessage: With this you can send unlimited test message throug Wi-Fi or 3G from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to anyone with one of those devices. This apps built into the messages app, so you can send text, photos, videos, locations and contactss
- Twitter: Integrated right into iOS 5… it even easier to tweet from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Sign in once in Settings, and suddenly you can tweet directly from Safari, Photos, Camera, YouTube, or Maps.
- Camera: Now in iOS5, it integrates right onto the Lock Screen and you can take snaps instantly using the volume-up buttom and say “click”
- PC free: New feature designed to be independence for all iOS devices. With iOS 5, you no longer need a computer to activate and set up your device…all you do is to connect your device wirelessly, right out of the box. Download free iOS software updates directly on your device. Do more with your apps — like editing your photos or adding new email folders — on your device, without the need for a Mac or PC. And back up and restore your device automatically using iCloud.
So what is this iCloud?? Its like a virtual Hard disk sitting on the cloud and when you sign up for iCloud, you get 5GB of free storage and it stores your content in the cloud. Your purchased music, apps, and books, as well as your photo stream, don’t count against your free storage. That leaves your mail, documents, Camera Roll, account information, settings, and other app data. With iCloud Photo Stream, when you take a photo on one device, it automatically appears on all your other devices. No syncing. No sending. Your photos are just there.
To get all these features, we have to patiently wait for this comming fall…if you want to get notified when iCloud is available, click here
In my previous post(pulse living…an efficient energy solution company, and Home automation – Pulse living ), i was described this product, and now, to me…this looks like a mature and cost effective/affordable solution to every home owner/hotels. They have come up with even much better solutions, which integrates to our day-to-day devices, such as iPhone, iPads apps…etc. You can control your home from anywhere in the world…a real intelligent solution makes your home “an intelligent living”.
Pulse.control is built to the highest technical specifications and leverages the latest technologies as well as industry standards for building automation and networking. The versatile Intel IXP42x Network Processor enables us to deliver a massively scaleable solution while keeping energy consumption and heat dissipation to a minimum. Flash storage increases reliability and performance. The Microsoft Windows Embedded CE 5.0 operating system can be managed and updated remotely. A range of connectivity options provides flexibility for even the most complex integration projects.
Pulse products are based on International standards for building and home automation such as KNX/EIB and Z-Wave. These standardized multi-vendor protocols cover the gamut of residential, hospitality, and commercial automation requirements including lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, security and safety, window treatments, pool and spa, access and intercom, and metering. To more about the pulse standards click here
The beauty is that is a cost effective solution…with the architecture design which pulse can accomodate, within each home, the Pulse.control.pro acts as the brain of the home, connecting all systems via protocols such as KNX/EIB, Z-Wave, RS232, or TCP/IP. It can then be connected to any number of Pulse.touch screens via Ethernet or WiFi.
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Next week (Week 15), Microsoft will release Office for Mac 2011 Service Pack 1 (SP1) which will provide increased stability, security, and some new features to the suite – including improved Outlook syncing support – as well as some performance enhancements. This update will enable calendar syncing between Outlook for Mac and Apple’s Sync Services. This will let you sync your Outlook calendar as well as contacts, notes and tasks with any service or device that supports Sync Services, including your iPhone and iPad. Apple is introducing with their new version of MobileMe. MobileMe will no longer sync with MacOS Sync Services as of May 5th (or now if you have already moved your account to the new version of MobileMe calendar). As a result, Outlook 2011 SP1 calendars that sync with Sync Services on the Mac, will NOT be synced with MobileMe calendars.
The new Apple MobileMe Calendar service is an updated calendar service for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and PC. It includes:
- The best calendar service for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
- Calendar sharing with family and friends
- Calendar publishing for a group or team
- Event invitations with RSVPs
- A new web application
The new MobileMe Calendar uses the CalDAV standard so users can view and edit their calendars using the built-in calendar applications on their iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac. Windows users can also view and edit their calendars with Microsoft Outlook using the MobileMe Control Panel for Windows.
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