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Briefly: Epson support for new Kindle, Google Play Music in Germany

updated 01:08 pm EST, Fri December 6, 2013

Epson adds printer support for Kindle Fire HD and HDX

Epson has announced its printing support for Kindle Fire Printing this week, offering an integrated wireless print function for Amazon's Kindle Fire HD and Fire HDX tablets. By adding the Kindle Fire tablets to its mobile printing capabilities, a wide range of Epson Connect-enabled printers can now print with tablets that run Amazon Fire OS 3.1.




The newest Kindle Fire tablets are the first Amazon devices to offer built-in wireless printing, meaning users can more effectively use their tablets for productive tasks. Epson's free built-in viewer application enables previewing (but no editing) of Microsoft Office files for printing instantly. The Kindle Fire HD and Fire HDX require the free OS 3.1 software update in order to be compatible with Epson wireless printing, which can be downloaded from Amazon.

Google Play Music All Access now available in Germany

Google's cross-platform music streaming service, Google Play Music All Access, has extended its availability to Germany. The new service is available at a discounted rate of $10 per month if one signs up before January 15, while a regular subscription can be purchased for $13 per month after that. All Access is now available in 21 countries, including the UK, US, Mexico, Russia, Spain, and more.





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