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News Week of December 6, 2009

The strange parallels between Microsoft's century start and decade's end

8. Tablet PC keeps on trying. In November 2000, at Comdex, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates unveiled Tablet PC, a concept that never really caught on. In October 2009, Windows 7 launched with touchscreen support, extending and finally fulfilling the original Tablet PC concept. (Source: Joe Wilcox, BetaNews)
Posted Thursday, December 10, 2009 by ChrisD
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Xyzmo Releases Version 3.1 of the SIGNificant Client

Sign your electronic documents with a digital handwritten signature by using your Tablet PC. Turn any document into a signed and sealed PDF. Anyone can verify the signature and content integrity anywhere at anytime. With SIGNificant Client you sign electronic documents the same way you would on paper, allowing for a legally binding approval process.

You can download a 90 days free trial here: http://www.xyzmo.com/en/resource-center/Pages/SIGNificantClient.aspx (Source: Press Release)


Posted Thursday, December 10, 2009 by ChrisD
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‘CrunchPad’ morphs to become ‘Joo Joo’ tablet

Device, originally aimed at being inexpensive, now will sell for $499

The CrunchPad, a highly anticipated 12-inch tablet computer that was named as one of the 10 "most brilliant products" of this year by Popular Mechanics magazine, re-emerged yesterday as the Joo Joo. A legal battle over the Web-surfing device, no matter what its name, is likely to come.

The Joo Joo — an African term for "magical," its developer says "because this device delivers magic" — will cost $499, putting it well above the $300 to $400 price range initially envisioned for the tablet by TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington.  (Source: Suzanne Choney, MSNBC)


Posted Tuesday, December 8, 2009 by ChrisD
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