Google intends to make our lives easier, especially those of us who do plenty of impromptu printing, by offering Google Cloud Print the ability to print to just about any FedEx Office location in and around the US. All you need to do is select “Print to FedEx Office” in the Cloud Print dialog, and you will be on the receiving end of a retrieval code which can be used later at any FedEx Office Print & Go self-service device. This would number at approximately 1,800 FedEx Office stores dotted all over America, so it should not be a problem pinpointing one before you embark on your business trip so that your documents will be all nicely printed without any hiccups right before that huge business meeting.

Not only that, Google has included Canon in the list of companies that are Google Cloud Print Ready, where Canon will accompany Epson, Kodak and HP for a hassle-free and painless, easy to print from anywhere experience.

Last but not least, Google has enabled one to send documents to a smartphone or tablet which is powered by the latest Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich operating system using Google Cloud Print. This is a pity, since not all devices run on Ice Cream Sandwich yet, despite the situation changing soon for many later this year.

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