If you don’t want to buy an iPad, you’ve got options. That’s the gist of an article from TechRadar. Tablets are everywhere — well, the iPad is everywhere — and now there are lots of companies looking to latch onto the iPad craze with their own tablets.
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Touch-screen art, typically created with the iPhone or the iPad, is everywhere these days, from gallery shows to the cover of the New Yorker magazine. Macworld provides a handy comparison of a variety of touch-screen styluses, and gives them star ratings.
Who needs a computer for entertainment anymore? It’s all about multi-tasking these days; if your devices are only doing one thing at a time, you’re behind the curve.
Everyone loves online video clips, like those at YouTube and Vimeo, and among the most ardent fans are teenagers.
A useful article from the Associated Press details the pros and cons of four e-readers and tablets: the Kindle, the iPad, the Nook, and the Galaxy tablet.
What do the readers of the technology blog Mashable want for the holidays?
David Pogue, the technology columnist for The New York Times, has a gift guide for 2010, with Amazon’s Kindle topping the list.
Do you want Netflix streaming movies on your TV? Sure you do. And short of buying an Internet-connected television—quite an expensive proposition, especially if you just bought a high-definition (HD) 42-inch television—then you can have your Internet and eat it too (well, not really, but you get the gist).
Kids are after tech gifts this year, no doubt about that. You think your 7-year-old is content with a board game?
If you’re looking to record high-definition video on the go, the last thing you want to do is carry around a bulky full-size video camera, traditional camcorder, or limited functionality digital camera — and not everyone has HD video recording built into their cell phones.