Working from home in 2022? Often need hardcopy documents? Need a scanner as well as a printer? If you answer "yes" to all these questions, take a look at the Epson ET-4850.
Epson's new WorkForce ES-500WR is a $699 desktop scanner with a 50-sheet input tray, one-pass duplex operation, and some interesting document and data management features.
Information management service Evernote is severely restricting its free tier and substantially increasing subscription fees.
Outlook was one of the original email, calendar, task and contact systems. By virtue of its Microsoft and Windows heritage it is still the most widely used desktop client (paid and free versions).
"Smaller, faster and more energy-efficient," and "most secure" are Dell's claims for its latest lineup of Optiplex PCs. There's also a new Wyse zero client for VMware, and new cloud multifunction printers.
A series of productivity apps has gone on sale at Apple’s App Store until 9 September, including Evernote, Linkedin, 1Password and others including Australia based app Invoice2Go.
A new family of MFDs from Samsung uses the Android operating system.
Cloud services provider LogMeIn has acquired BBA, a startup offering cloud-based single-sign-on, password management, and identity and access management under the Meldium brand.
Speed and cloud services are the highlights of Canon's new Home Advanced range of Pixma all-in-one printers.
Livescribe has added a new trick to the repertoire of its Sky smartpen: transcription of recordings.
Google today announced Keep, a new note taking and checklist Cloud app that takes Google one step closer to owning every step of our lives.
Livescribe, the company behind the Echo Smartpen, has added WiFi connectivity with the launch of the Sky Smartpen and has tightly integrated it with cloud-based file storage and management service, Evernote.
Citrix Podio makes it possible for non-technical users to build their own collaboration workflows, with integration with other cloud-based services including file storage, conferencing and more.
Evernote has announced the purchase of locally developed Skitch, signalling a nice windfall for the original developer Cris Pearson and a smart extension to the powerful Evernote platform.
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