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on-screen annotations


Adios, Spartan. Hello, Microsoft Edge browser

Revealed at Microsoft Build, the new Edge browser is for consuming and creating.

By April 29, 2015


Sony Digital Paper tablet lets you draw on your documents

Sony's 13.3-inch pad uses a Kindle-style screen, lets you scribble on your documents, and will go on sale in May for $1,100.

By March 31, 2014


6 Android tablet apps to help get you in the back-to-school spirit

Heading back to school with a shiny-new Android tablet in your backpack? These six apps might be just what you need.

By August 30, 2013


How to take a screenshot of a whole Web page in Chrome

Have you ever wanted to take a screen capture of a whole Web page, but could only capture what was on your screen? We'll show you how to use a cool Google Chrome extension to capture a whole page.

By June 27, 2011


Google begins tablet version of Chrome OS

The browser-based operating system is headed for touch-screen tablets. But Chrome OS competes not just with Apple's iPad, but also Google's own Android OS for tablets.

By April 7, 2011


How to save text as an image

At times you may want to preserve the exact formatting of a text or word processing document when managing it in other programs by saving it as an image file. Here's how in OS X.

By January 1, 2011


Old but awesome: The YouTube piano

Ever wanted to turn YouTube into a musical instrument? Now you can, with the YouTube piano: a creative use of YouTube's annotation system.

By January 7, 2010


Duo converts laptops and monitors into tablet PCs

The Duo converts any laptop or monitor into a tablet PC, featuring annotations, handwriting to text, drawing, and traditional note taking on paper, viewable on-screen.

By August 24, 2009


Overlay.tv gets an API, labs sandbox

Overlay.tv has a new site geared towards developers. One of its first results is a YouTube uploader that lets you add overlays on top of your videos.

By February 17, 2009


Hands on with Sony's new PRS-700 digital reader

Sony announced the PRS-700, a new digital reader that features a touch-screen display and built-in light. It will go on sale in November for $400.

By October 2, 2008