Technically Incorrect: A Brooklyn teen posts little emojis of guns pointing at little emojis of police officers. His lawyer says he didn't actually intend to act out the implication.
Keyboards continue their slow march to domination, overthrowing pens and pencils in schools across the nation.
Get your S Pen at the ready and take down some of these tips on getting the best out of your Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
In an innovation that could benefit the disabled, a French researcher finds a way to trick the eyes into moving more smoothly so they can be used like a pencil to write cursive.
Google now lets you search from a mobile device using your handwriting, rather than typing on the keyboard.
The MobiCam Internet Kit transmits audio and video from almost any video monitoring set-up to a PC or cell phone for real-time monitoring of one's nursery, home, office, and more.
CNET reviews the Livescribe Echo, a pen and voice recorder that can digitally capture your handwritten notes and synchronize them to the playback of recorded audio.
On today's show, size matters. You're going to hear that a lot. So, apologies in advance. Also, we have a great interview at the top of the show with Stephen Volz and Fritz Grobe, otherwise known as the Coke and Mentos guys. They've got a rocket car, a Coke Zero contract, and a dream. Also, Goatse wants to clear up some things, Mortal Kombat is back, and once again? Size matters.
A listener reports that NFL.com subjected him to a 75-second pre-roll ad. Not funny, NFL. In the news today, the FCC proposes codifying Net neutrality rules, and much as we'd love to leave it to the market and the telcos, well, we just don't trust the tel
Korean company Diotek announces development of its own handwriting recognition software for the phone.