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Friday, 8-Nov-2013 18:16 Email | Share | | Bookmark
3 Free Ways to Create PDF From Web Page

From this article, you can see the two ways are free charge help you. The other one is just need to charge litter money. But i think the need charge one is best use. Now, let's see the following the three ways.

Way1: Convert HTML to PDF Online for Free
Free PDF Converter is a free online PDF converter that can take any URL of a web page and make it into a PDF file in no time. The operation is simple that you just need to copy the URL of the web page that you want to convert to PDF and paste it into the "Input URL" box. Then, click "Make PDF" and download the converted PDF to your computer. It is free and without registration. No any applications need to be installed on your computer. For the way to Create PDF from JPG/JPEG, you can take this provided by here.

Way2.Recommended Tool: PDF Creator for Mac
PDF Creator for Mac does what the name suggests, creates PDF files. Once you install the software on your computer, you'll be able to convert any type of documents like text and image files including JPG, PNG, TIFF, GIF, BMP, JPEG, etc to PDF with fast conversion speed and excellent output quality.

The most popular is the set transformation method that allows you to turn several information to PDF at one transformation. It is so helpful especially when you are enclosed by a heap of records. Obtain free the software via the following key to make your own PDF computer file.

Note: Tutorials on how to Convert Word to PDF Files, It can help you.

Way3: Make PDF from Web Web page with Adobe Acrobat
Adobe Acrobat X Pro software provides 1 just click PDF transformation to let you easily turn HTML to PDF information. If you are using Ms Internet Traveler or Chrome in Microsoft windows, Adobe Acrobat provides super rate on transforming websites to PDF with all style and hyperlinks maintained. Here come the details.

How to use: Open the site which you want to turn to PDF. Here you can choose to turn entire page to PDF or part of the site to PDF. For former, just just click Perspective > Device bars > Adobe PDF or Adobe Acrobat > Make PDF. For latter, you can move and choose the writing and pictures you want to turn, right-click to choose "Convert to Adobe PDF".

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Saturday, 31-Mar-2012 05:57 Email | Share | | Bookmark
YouTube Converter For Google Chrome Adds MP3 & MP4 Download Butt

YouTube Converter is yet another tool that coverts videos from popular video sharing sites (like Youtube, MyVideo, Dailymotion, Vimeo etc), into MP3/MP4 formats. While there are already many online tools that let you convert videos to said formats, it’s always handy to have such a tool embedded right within your browser, and that’s where this extension comes in handy. Videos from these services can be converted and downloaded to your system in a breeze. After you’ve installed this Chrome extension, you will notice that two buttons, labelled MP3 Download and Video Download, are added to YouTube, Vimeo and other supported websites.

After you’ve installed the extension, MP3 Download and Video Download buttons are added to videos on YouTube. Depending on your preference, click one of the button and start the conversion.

As soon as you click a button, a new tab opens and displays the Video (convert video to mp3), Format and Status of the conversion. When the conversion ends, a Download button appears on the new page, which you can then click to download the converted output to your local machine.

With youtube video converter, you can download your favorite music from popular video sharing websites easily.

Tuesday, 27-Mar-2012 08:12 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Apple CEO Tim Cook Came to China for Further Investments

Thanks to a quick-thinking customer who spotted him, snapped a couple photos and posted them on Sina Weibo, a Chinese microblogging site, we learned Monday that Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook was in Beijing, at least for a few hours.

Leaving aside the iconography of an Apple CEO setting foot in the world's largest market for iOS devices, something Steve Jobs apparently never bothered to do, what do we suppose Cook was doing there?

According to Apple's local public relations representative, Cook had "great meetings with Chinese officials."

We can imagine any number of issues that might benefit from high-level face-to-face meetings between Cook -- whom the Chinese press have nicknamed "Captain Cook" -- and Chinese officials. Among them:

* The long negotiated but never consummated deal to sell iPhones through China Mobile (CHL), the world's largest cell phone carrier with 665 million mobile subscribers.
* The slower-than anticipated roll-out of Apple Stores, which at six are nowhere near the goal of 25 that was set in 2010 and was supposed to have been reached last month.
* The continuing difficulties Apple has had getting its Chinese suppliers to conform to the company's supplier code of conduct, particularly in regard to worker overtime.
* Apple's ongoing legal battle with Proview over ownership of the iPad trademark in China. A Hong Kong court has sided with Apple, but the company has had a harder time getting what it sees as a fair hearing in courts on the mainland.

Cook doesn't come to China with an empty hand. According to the company's annual report, it has budgeted an unprecedented investment of $7.1 billion for plant and equipment for 2012, much of it presumably destined for Apple's Asian supply chain. That should give him some leverage in those meetings with Chinese officials.

Dan Butterfield, editor emeritus of, points to China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology as a key sticking point.

"One dilemma for China's MIIT," he writes, "has been their desire to level out the playing field for the three major wireless carriers in China -- China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom. The (by far) dominant carrier is China Mobile, and the MIIT purposefully hamstrung China Mobile with their 'indigenously innovated' TD-SCDMA 3G ... which IMHO is akin to the Spruce Goose. The smaller carriers -- China Unicom and China Telecom -- have benefited via having "world standard" 3G networks.

"The question of course is will TD-LTE [the standard the next iPhone is rumored to support] unshackle China Mobile from their TD-SCDMA bondage? It will be interesting to see which comes first, MIIT issuance of the necessary TD-LTE network license or the launch of the LTE compatible iPhone 5."

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Tuesday, 20-Mar-2012 08:38 Email | Share | | Bookmark
The New iPad Sets A New Single-day Record for Sales and Activati

AT&T issued a statement confirming “a new single-day record” for both sales and activations for the launch of the new device. Apple never released official sales numbers for the launch of the iPad 2, but it was estimated to have sold between 500,000 and a million units on its début weekend. The full press release from AT&T is after the break.

“On Friday, March 16, AT&T set a new single-day record for its iPad sales and activations, demonstrating robust demand for the new iPad on the nation’s largest 4G network, covering nearly 250 million people.”

While the Friday launch was a record, AT&T declined to give specific numbers on just how many iPads were activated on its network, or how many the carrier sold in its stores or online.

The brief statement from the company said it saw "robust demand for the new iPad." It was released soon after Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook said in a conference call with analysts that he was "thrilled" with the new iPad's launch weekend.

Though Cook also declined to give any specific sales figures, he did say that the third-generation iPad had gotten off to a record start over the weekend.

The new iPad is Apple's first-ever 4G LTE-capable device. Unique models compatible with the high-speed wireless data standard are available for both AT&T and Verizon, the two largest wireless carriers in the U.S.

As of last quarter, Apple sold 55 million total iPads to date. And sales of the new ipad have exceeded 3 million since March 16 launch. Predictions have called for Apple to sell one million of the new iPad over the launch weekend alone.

The iPad went on sale last Friday in a total of 10 countries, making it Apple's biggest launch yet. Wall Street analysts generally expect Apple will sell about 10.1 million iPads in the current March quarter.

Thursday, 15-Mar-2012 08:56 Email | Share | | Bookmark
FaceTime on Apple's new iPad not allowed over 4G

The Verge performed some testing late Wednesday and discovered that the new iPad will need to connect to a Wi-Fi network to use FaceTime. Though the news hardly comes as a surprise, since Apple's 3G-enabled iOS devices are unable to use FaceTime over 3G, it does put to rest questions about whether the added download speeds from LTE might open up the feature for 4G cellular networks.

Report author Dieter Bohn found the LTE FaceTime restriction to be "doubly frustrating" because Verion LTE iPads can generate Personal Hotspot Wi-Fi networks that would presumably allow other iOS devices to make FaceTime calls via the same LTE connection.
Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs unveiled FaceTime alongside the iPhone 4 in 2010. The video calling service launched as Wi-Fi only, but Jobs promised that Apple would "work a little bit with the cellular providers" in hopes of bringing it to mobile networks.

Early reviews of the iPad show that LTE service on the device is significantly faster than previous-generation 3G networking. All Things D journalist Walt Mossberg said he averaged download speeds of 17 megabits per second on Verizon, while a colleague averaged 12 mbps on AT&T's network. The New York Times' David Pogue tested the iPad in three cities and got speeds ranging from 6 to 29 mbps.

The new iPad goes on sale at 8 a.m. local time in 10 countries on Friday. The device will be available in the U.S., Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland and the U.K, as well as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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