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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.
Heading back to school with a shiny-new Android tablet in your backpack? These six apps might be just what you need.
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.
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.
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.
Ever wanted to turn YouTube into a musical instrument? Now you can, with the YouTube piano: a creative use of YouTube's annotation system.
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.
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.
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.
The screen-capture utility built into Vista--and available for XP--has a couple of useful tricks up its sleeve.