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Handwriting recognition company Vision Objects announces deal with Samsung for Galaxy Note apps

Daily Crunch: Trike

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Handwriting recognition comes to Kindle Touch, thanks to Puzzazz

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The puzzle technology startup has developed a new technology called TouchWrite that can convert handwritten letters and numbers into digital on-screen versions....
Handwriting recognition comes to Kindle Touch, thanks to Puzzazz

Puzzazz Brings Simple Handwriting Recognition To Kindle Touch

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Seattle-area startup Puzzazz began as a creator of online, mobile, and e-book puzzles. But they’ve established a new core technology that might end up being a bigger draw than their Sudoku apps. They call it TouchWrite, and it lets you draw letters and numbers directly on the screen instead of...
Puzzazz Brings Simple Handwriting Recognition To Kindle Touch

DailyDirt: Stylii Are Getting Better

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Microsoft's new tablet computer was announced with a bit of fanfare -- and curiously, a stylus. When Apple introduced its touchscreens (not counting the Newton), Steve Jobs dismissively tossed away the idea of using a stylus and said the finger is the best pointing device around. Well, stylus technology is...
DailyDirt: Stylii Are Getting Better

Are These Microsoft Research Demos the Future of the Tablet PC?

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Maybe the Tablet PC isn’t dead. Maybe it’s just resting. If the marketplace is your yardstick, the machine Bill Gates once predicted would become the world’s dominant computing device by 2006 definitively flopped  years ago. But a few days ago during a Fox Business News interview, Gates said that Microsoft...
Are These Microsoft Research Demos the Future of the Tablet PC?
Puzzazz debuts puzzle bookstore for iPhone, iPad -- with handwriting recognition

ARM unveils processor and graphics tech for mid-range smartphones

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now To date, if you want to get a smartphone, you’re either stuck with a low-end entry-level device or a high-end iPhone or Android device. ARM, the mobile processor design house, wants to change that so you’ll have another choice...
ARM unveils processor and graphics tech for mid-range smartphones
Apple WALT prototype shows up on eBay

A game-changer for Kindle Touch? Startup debuts handwriting recognition in puzzle book

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Puzzle technology startup Puzzazz is giving Amazon’s Kindle Touch a capability that even Amazon itself didn’t envision — letting users input numbers and letters by writing them naturally with a finger on the screen, rather than tapping at the e-reader’s tiny on-screen keyboard. The new TouchWrite technology, developed internally...
A game-changer for Kindle Touch? Startup debuts handwriting recognition in puzzle book

Google Translate app adds weighty update, will translate signs

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Google's multi-lingual translation app decided that (online) words were not enough. Beyond digital text, a new update to Translate will let Google's bots translate what you're looking at, whether that's hand-written directions or a sign saying, "wrong way." Hooked up through the rear-facing camera, there's a touch-guided interface that...
Google Translate app adds weighty update, will translate signs
Google Handwrite lets you write out searches on a phone or tablet

Samsung Galaxy Note Penned In for February 19 Ship Date, $299 Price

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Here’s something to add to your calender. Samsung’s Galaxy Note, the 5.3-inch tablet that includes a docked stylus pen and doubles as a smartphone, will be available to AT&T subscribers for $299 on February 19. First-comers can pre-order the slate-phone this Sunday February 5 and take advantage of home delivery...
Samsung Galaxy Note Penned In for February 19 Ship Date, $299 Price

Apple to Developers: "Get Your Apps Ready for China"

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The Chinese market has figured prominently in Apple’s quarterly results for some time now. When the company last posted earnings in April, it reported a record $7.9 billion from Greater China — a 3x increase year over year. As CEO Tim Cook said at the time, “It is mind-boggling that...
Apple to Developers: "Get Your Apps Ready for China"
Former Apple CEO describes how the failure of Apple's MessagePad led to future mobile triumphs [video]

Apple WALT prototype hits eBay, reminds us of a life with landlines

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As it turns out, Apple too used to announce products at trade shows... only to never actually ship them. Back in the halcyon days of the early '90s, Apple revealed the WALT (Wizzy Active Lifestyle Telephone) at Macworld Boston, touting a fairly amazing feature set. Things like a touchscreen,...
Apple WALT prototype hits eBay, reminds us of a life with landlines

Microsoft's Courier 'digital journal': exclusive pictures and details

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We've been dying to know more about Microsoft's Courier tablet / e-book device ever since we first caught wind of it last September, and while our entreaties to Mr. Ballmer went unanswered, we just learned some very interesting information from an extremely trusted source. We're told Courier will function...
Microsoft's Courier 'digital journal': exclusive pictures and details

Samsung introduces two versions of the Galaxy Tab 3 tablet

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Samsung announced two new tablet models to its Android device lineup today. The 8-inch and 10.1-inch variants of the Galaxy Tab 3 are slight refreshes of the company’s older Tab models and will exist alongside the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3. Both new tablets will ship with 4.2 Jelly Bean...
Samsung introduces two versions of the Galaxy Tab 3 tablet

Evernote buys out handwriting app Penultimate

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Cloud-syncing note service Evernote has purchased handwriting-recognition app Penultimate, SlashGear reported. Penultimate will continue on as a standalone app, at least for the time being, and its creator, Ben Zotto, will join Evernote to work on integration of the two services. A future Evernote update will bring handwriting recognition to...
Evernote buys out handwriting app Penultimate

KeyPoint's Adaptxt keyboard enters beta for Android tablets, adds handwriting for that extra touch

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Aftermarket keyboard layouts are still relatively rare among tablets, which makes KeyPoint Technologies' new Adaptxt beta for Android tablets that much more valuable. Along with optionally splitting up the keyboard to make thumb typing that much gentler, it expands on the stock keyboard formula with aggressive word prediction and...
KeyPoint's Adaptxt keyboard enters beta for Android tablets, adds handwriting for that extra touch

Google Translate for Android gets Chinese, Japanese, Korean camera support, new handwriting support

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Google has just updated its Translate app for Android with a number of new features, including camera-input support for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, plus adding handwriting support for 11 more languages. With this update Google Translate for Android can now translate text between 65 languages. As for the new handwriting recognition support, Afrikaans, Croatian,...
Google Translate for Android gets Chinese, Japanese, Korean camera support, new handwriting support

Check Out Samsung's New Super Tablet That's More Powerful Than The iPad

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Samsung just took the wraps off its new 10-inch tablet, the Galaxy Note 10.1. Like it's little brother, the Galaxy Note phone on AT&T, the tablet makes use of a special stylus called the S-Pen for taking notes, drawing, and handwriting recognition. It also has a handy feature that lets...
Check Out Samsung's New Super Tablet That's More Powerful Than The iPad

Swype raises the bar for mobile text input — here’s how you can take part

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Typing is definitely the lousiest part of using a phone or tablet. Despite hundreds of variations on keyboards, gestures, writing, and voice input utilities, tasks like entering email addresses, typing text messages, and (shudder) long emails are still painful compared to using a laptop or desktop. This pathos is exemplified by an...
Swype raises the bar for mobile text input — here’s how you can take part
So what can you do with the Galaxy Note 2 pen, anyway?

Readdle’s new Remarks app offers PDF annotating, accurate handwriting

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Readdle has released a new application for the iPad called Remarks which offers incredibly accurate handwriting recognition, PDF annotating, and more. At the heart of Remarks is PDF annotating, and PDFs can be imported by way of the iPad’s iTunes File Sharing feature or through opening the PDF with...
Readdle’s new Remarks app offers PDF annotating, accurate handwriting

LEAKED: More Juicy Microsoft Courier Details and Pics

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We’ve been following the rumor mill avidly on Microsoft’s alleged “digital journal” device dubbed Courier, and today sees another spate of leaked images and details courtesy of Engadget.The Courier is a hinged device that combines elements of a tablet, an e-reader, and a netbook (sans physical keyboard). It’s reported...
LEAKED: More Juicy Microsoft Courier Details and Pics

The Company That Got In Trouble For Letting You Use Windows On The iPad Is Taking Another Shot (MSFT)

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It looks like OnLive bent to Microsoft's will and stopped streaming Windows 7 to iPad users for free. And while that means it's now issuing the same flavor of Windows as every other Windows cloud desktop provider, OnLive claims it is still going to kick some enterprise butt. If...
The Company That Got In Trouble For Letting You Use Windows On The iPad Is Taking Another Shot (MSFT)

Voice Recognition? Pshaw. Samsung Brings Handwriting Recognition To Smartphones, Tablets

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Samsung's Galaxy Note products will support a nifty new handwriting recognition technology provided by the firm Vision Objects. In doing so, it's reaching out to an unlikely adopter: the paper-loving Luddite. When Samsung launched its Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet in August, it introduced the S Pen stylus, which helped Samsung...
Voice Recognition? Pshaw. Samsung Brings Handwriting Recognition To Smartphones, Tablets

Wanted: a system for annotating documents on screen Wanted: a system for annotating documents on screen | Ask Jack

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Nomadic11 wants a tablet for reading and marking up Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF documents on screen. Something like the old ThinkPad X61, in fact, but lighter. Given the number of teachers who now need to mark digital essays, this should be an expanding marketI am interested in using a...
Wanted: a system for annotating documents on screen Wanted: a system for annotating documents on screen | Ask Jack

Samsung's Phone/Tablet Mashup Device Is Coming Next Month For $300 (T)

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Samsung's Galaxy Note, the 5.3-inch smartphone/tablet hybrid device, will launch on Feb. 19 for $300 with a two-year contract from AT&T. Pre-orders begin Feb. 5. The Note is a unique device that comes with a stylus for handwriting recognition and doodling. It'll also run on AT&T's new 4G LTE...
Samsung's Phone/Tablet Mashup Device Is Coming Next Month For $300 (T)
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