The Gardena Smart System is now 100% compatible with HomeKit after a software update was released. In addition, Epson has announced the launch of voice activated printing support for Siri, Amazon's Alexa, and Google's Assistant.
The Canon PIXMA MG3620 printer with support for Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, NGC, Morris, and Canon Print is down to $41.99 right now.
World famous toy company Mattel has used this year's Toy Fair in New York City to reveal an impressive piece of technology. The company has applied a modern twist on the 1960s era toy maker by introducing the ThingMaker, a revolutionary printer that uses 3D printing technology to create relatively complex toys using an accompanying ThingMaker Design app. Consumers have been patiently waiting for 3D printing technology to make it into the mainstream, but no-one would have predicted that Mattel would be the company to potentially make it happen.
Technology has come a long way in the last decade and a half. We now have smartphones no bigger than the palm of our hands that effectively manage our connected lives. We have refrigerators that are connected to the Internet and have been designed to automate shopping when stock levels get low. We even have companies delivering shopping items via drones. Yet here we are, in 2015, still finding ourselves continuously infuriated by printers and the lack of progression in that particular industry. Something needs to change. Step forward Epson with it's new EcoTank Supertank range to hopefully ignore the printer revolution or for that matter, the lack of it.
The Polaroid camera was a stalwart of the family holiday for many years, but with the advent of digital photography, the instant gratification of the Polaroid was no longer needed in an era of cameras with LCD screens.