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Tablets and TV go hand-in-hand

A new report shows that 85 percent of U.S. tablet owners are using their tablets as their "couch computer" instead of laptops or smartphones while watching TV.

By April 11, 2012

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Hands-on: HandStand2 for iPad 2

Very few cases offer true utility as well as nice style and design. The HandStand2 for iPad 2 does just that.

By May 26, 2011

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Designer wants hand with hands-free iPad stand

San Francisco-based designer Seth Quest needs help. In return, he'll help you solve what he thinks is a common problem with the iPad--how to use it hands-free.

By March 14, 2011

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Talk to the hand via 'HandTalk'

Prototype glove detects sign language gestures and translates them into audio.

By May 14, 2008

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Odds and Ends: Physical access and Mac OS X security go hand in hand; Reminder: Slow trackpad response fix; more

Odds and Ends: Physical access and Mac OS X security go hand in hand; Reminder: Slow trackpad response fix; more

By November 7, 2006

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New and Noteworthy: Windows users eyeing Tiger; Apple and folly go 'hand in hand'

New and Noteworthy: Windows users eyeing Tiger; Apple and folly go 'hand in hand'

By May 9, 2005

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The unstoppable advent of the connected car

CES 2012 proved that not only do cars and electronics go hand in hand, but that the trend of connecting cars to the Internet has serious momentum.

By January 13, 2012

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Apple updates MacBook Air, Mac Mini

Hand-in-hand with the release of the OSX Lion operating system update, Apple has some new hardware components as well.

By July 20, 2011

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Nobody raising hands for hands-free

A survey from Jupiter Research released Thursday concludes that more than 60 percent of all wireless phone users still prefer to dial using their fingers rather than using voice-recognition software. The survey also found just 18 percent of those between ages 18 and 34, among the earliest adopters of the latest mobile technologies, are using voice commands to operate their phones. Voice commands are being proposed by the wireless industry as a way for cell phone users to operate a phone safely while driving. A growing number of states have passed laws against so-called talking while driving.

By September 6, 2001

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Handspring, Palm stay hand in hand

Amid speculation that it may turn to another operating system, Handspring has extended its licensing agreement with Palm through April 2009.

By April 11, 2001