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Leaked photos, courtesy of BGR, show us the first glimpse of what HTC's upcoming 10" tablet (codenamed Puccini) will look like
Remember if you need a stylus on an iPad or smartphone then you blew it. Well, that's according to Steve Jobs. But some recently surfaced patent applications make it look like Apple might be covering its bases for the future.
In order to appease more users who may want finer control of their tablets, Samsung is releasing its own Conductive Pen, priced at $19.99, which would work on the company's Galaxy Tab Android tablets as well as any other tablet that utilizes a capacitive touchscreen, in...
Perhaps responding to user outcry at the costly price of the HTC Scribe, an optional accessory priced at a whopping $80, Best Buy is now bundling the Android 2.3 Flyer tablet with the pen
Over the weekend I posted about Bamboo Paper, an Inking and doodling App for the iPad, that Wacom is marketing along side its Bamboo Stylus for the iPad.
A model of the Flyer was seen going through the FCC with GSM and T-Mobile-compatible 3G bands
The HTC Flyer is getting a small software update over the air that is said to improve system performance, though HTC was not specific to the improvements.
The RocketFish Stylus and Pen is the perfect weight and size for a touchscreen stylus. It also has a nice pen. It makes carrying a stylus useful for more than inking.
Chris Davies of SlashGear has an HTC Flyer in his hands and has put up a video that demonstrates the Inking functionality for that device.
In addition to opening up the HTC Sense experience to third-party developers, HTC will also be allowing developers to tap into its active digitizer pen for the HTC EVO View 4G and the HTC Flyer tablet, the first Android tablet to come pre-bundled with a pen for notes an...
Adam had delivered the unfortunate news that the HTC Flyer Android tablet digital pen will be retailing for $80 at Best Buy yesterday and HTC has confirmed that its tablets that are being sold at Best Buy will be shipping without the pen
The HTC Flyer's stylus will apparently cost a whopping $80 at Best Buy.
OK, the world knows that I think that iPhones, iPads, and other Tablets are great Stall Surfing devices. Heck, we're even starting to see analysts track statistics about those who use the devices in the loo.
Unlike the Motorola Xoom, however, this rugged tablet will be sporting Android 2.3, also known as Gingerbread, rather than the newer tablet-optimized Android 3.0 OS. The device will complement Motorola's line of rugged smartphones running the Android operating system, i...
Sprint has just made its splash site live, which serves as a landing page for customers to get more information about the dual-screen Kyocera Echo tablet, Nexus S, the Sprint EVO 3D, and the EVO View 4G HTC tablet with a digitizer pen.
The Cosmonaut touch screen stylus is designed to mimic the fell of using a dry erase marker, which is exactly what drawing or writing on a touch screen feels like.
Kickstarter projects I think can best be described as crowd sourced startups. A company announces a new product, takes pre-orders (or "investments") and eventually comes out with the product or project.
With the release of the iPad 2, TenOne Designs is offering a discount on their PogoSketch Stylus and Fling Tactile Gaming controller.
With Sprint already linked to the HTC EVO View Tablet via a rumored leak earlier in the week, an HTC trademark filing for a device of the same name with a 4G moniker at the end helps to solidify the tablet's 4G roots.
Creating realistic art on the Apple iPad just got easier thanks to the availability of the Nomad Brush for the iPad. The brush is a capacitive stylus with an actual brush on the end to allow artists to make lifelike brush strokes in painting apps.
There is speculation that T-Mobile USA may be offering the new Android 2.4-powered HTC Flyer tablet with its tablet-revamped HTC Sense user interface the the updated HTC Incredible S smartphone that now houses a larger 4-inch display.
HTC's first Android tablet, the HTC Flyer, which has been rumored for some time, is debuting at Mobile World Congress with Android 2.4, which will also be called Gingerbread like Android 2.3, and not the Android 3.0 version that is debuting on the recent crops of slate ...
As most Tablet PC users know, a proper stylus and handwriting recognition are invaluable. A proper inking experience has been lacking on the latest generation of tablet devices, including the iPad.
A projected capacitive touchscreen from Hitachi, previously named as a potential iPhone upgrade, sneaked out on a YouTube video from DigInfo.
Apple's next-generation iPhone could utilize a touchscreen display from Hitachi Displays that will work with gloves and other insulators, meaning non-conductive surfaces, in addition to fingertips.
I've got one of these on order and I continue my experiments in stylus comparisons for the iPad, but in the meantime you might want to check out Josh Smith's review of the HardCandy Stylus on our sister site, Notebooks.com.
Like me, Hector Gomez is on the lookout for a good stylus solution for the iPad. It looks like he might have found one from Targus.
As I've been continuing my reporting on Inking with a stylus on the iPad, I've been anxious to check out some newer styli (at least newer to me.) Today I received the BoxWave Apple iPad Capacitive Stylus and I have to say this is the best stylus I've tried so far in ter...
Chris Davies of SlashGear has penned a post on why he thinks the stylus and Digital Inking isn't dead. Leaping off from Steve Jobs' famous quote, "It’s like we said on the iPad, if you see a stylus, they blew it." Chris does a good job of distinguishing between wh...
Xavier Lanier reported from the iPhone 4 OS launch at Apple headquarters that Steve Jobs answered a question about the possibility of a stylus for iPad with this little gem: "If you see a stylus, they blew it" Gotta love Steve J for his “super” quotes.
LifeHacker is pointing to an article on Instructables that shows you how to take a static free sock, a pencil, and some sewing know how and create a soft stylus that might work well for an iPad or other capacitive device.
Seems like I can't read a blog today without tripping over some mention of a capacitive stylus. This one comes from pocketnow.com and it's as simple as rolling a piece of paper (for an art project or other legal activity), except the paper is antistatic film. (more....
Apparently the US isn't the only place experiencing cold weather. In South Korea, it is so cold that fingers just don't work on those iPhone touch screens.
A video at metacafe has made the rounds through the DIY blogs that demonstrates how to make your own stylus for the iPod touch, which presumably would work on other capacitive touchscreens, as we've seen Rob do on the HP tx2 with the Pogo Stylus.