Best iPad Apps for College

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College students today don’t know how good they have it thanks to the iPad and more iPad apps for college than they can count, at least before completing Understanding Numerical Data. I ended my college career in 2005. On that May afternoon when I turned my tassel for the last time I’d never even, heard of apps. […]

Kno Textbook App For iPad Adds 3D Modeling To Robust Feature Set

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Earlier this year the company behind the Kno student tablet gave up on the hardware aspect of their business (Intel picked up the slack) and decided to focus on software. A good move, as the best thing about the Kno tablet was the operating system and the robust textbook and learning tools within it. The […]

Kno Textbook App for iPad Helps Students Reduce Back Pain

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Ever lugged around a backpack full of textbooks? If you have, you’d know that the task at hand can be tedious. Fortunately, with the iPad’s large 10-inch display, students can now reduce back strain by carrying less, thanks to the Kno textbook app, accompanying bookstore, and Apple’s iPad to display all the knowledge that’s found […]

Intel Pays for Kno Tablet Designs in Latest Funding Round

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In the latest funding round where Kno sees a $30 million cash infusion from Intel Capital and Advance Publications, Intel will also get to license Kno’s hardware reference designs for its single- and dual-screen tablets targeted at the education market. News of the Intel licensing comes after Know had indicated that it would abandon the […]

All Things D: Kno to Sell Off Tablet Hardware Biz

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Kara Swisher of All Things Digital is reporting that Kno is having second thoughts about getting into the Tablet hardware biz and is in fact in talks with at least two companies to sell of that part of its business. Kno is the company that has been touting an all in one education solution featuring […]

Kno stylus tested with Lego robots

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The folks making the Kno, the giant pen + touch tablet for education, are serious about pen input. So serious, they test it with toys. Robots made of Lego to be exact. Sounds like fun and games, but it’s all for science and product testing. Now, let’s see those Lego robots in action.   

I Don’t Kno About This…

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I finally got to spend some time taking a look at the Kno at CES 2011. For those of you not in the Kno, the dual screen tablet is supposed to be the e-textbook and note-taking device of the future. As much as I hated lugging around textbook back in college, I don’t think this device is […]

Kno’s Single-Screen and Dual-Screen E-Reader Tablets Ship Today

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Kno indicated yesterday that it’s single-screen and dual-screen Linux-based tablet will be shipping today, Tuesday. The company’s tablets, unlike other mass market tablets, will mostly be geared as a textbook reader that’s targeted at the educational market with Web browsing and note taking support. The basic single-screen version will cost $599 and the dual-screen version […]

Those in the Know Speculate Kno Might Be Creating a Super Tablet

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Michael Arrington, the tablet/slate maker wanna-be, (remember the JooJoo?) is posting on TechCrunch that big money is investing in Kno, another tablet/slate maker. That big money comes from Marc Andreessen and his venture capital firm, who claims that the Kno will be “the most powerful tablet ever made.” Kno is still working on getting a […]

That’s One Big Tablet: The Kno

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Wow. I guess size can matter. At least that’s what the folks behind the Kno Tablet think. This dual screen Tablet has two 14.1 inch screens. That’s a lot of real estate, and as Technology Review says it feels like you’re cracking open a MacBook Pro when you open it. But that’s not stopping the […]

Kakai now Kno, debuting tablet at D, per those in the know

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Stealth start-up Kakai has changed their name to Kno (like “know” as in understanding and learning and stuff, get it?), and according to Kara Swisher at All Things Digital, they’ll be showing off their secret project, possibly a tablet, at the D: All Things Digital conference.