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Smartmarker captures, streams whiteboard drawings in real time

Equil's Smartpen technology heads to the boardroom, effectively making any whiteboard surface "smart."

By February 6, 2015


3D-printed Plotclock writes the time on a tiny whiteboard every minute

Plotclock combines Arduino and 3D printing for a clock that writes and rewrites the time every minute.

By February 26, 2014


Bulletproof whiteboard designed for classroom defense

In response to the school shooting in Connecticut, a military armor manufacturer creates bulletproof whiteboards as a last line of defense for teachers and students.

By January 23, 2013


A sexy interactive whiteboard? The Penveu could be it

New device from a nearly 40-year-old tech company could disrupt a $1.8 billion business. But first, its maker must persuade schools and businesses to try something new.

By April 17, 2012


With 80-inch Aquos, Sharp bids adieu to old whiteboards

The new smart board lets users collaborate and share information between themselves. It is integrated with Microsoft Windows 7 and Office.

By January 9, 2012


HP plans electronic whiteboarding tool

The PC-to-PC conferencing solution will allow people to video conference and write on their screens, CEO Mark Hurd said at the Brainstorm: Tech conference on Friday.

By July 24, 2009


Live whiteboard collaboration with Scriblink

Collaborate live with five other people using Scriblink

By September 10, 2007


Skrbl makes whiteboarding fun

Use Skrbl to collaborate with others and share files.

By February 28, 2007


Microsoft settles in whiteboard patent dustup

The software giant agrees to pay $60 million and to license a plaintiff's whiteboard technology following a somewhat stiffer but not yet finalized jury verdict.

By December 26, 2003


Short Take: NetManage expands Chameleon family

NetManage announced its Chameleon HostLink and ChameleonNFS/X. HostLink provides access to IBM mainframes and IBM AS/400s over both SNA and TCP/IP connections. NFS/X delivers application, file system, and intranet integration to Unix systems from all Windows desktops. Both include file and print sharing, email, a newsreader, Internet access, desktop whiteboarding, and videoconferencing applications. Both are now available with a list price of $400 each.

By November 19, 1996