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Education

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Merriam-Webster releases free English dictionary for iPad

Due to using my iPad for school (where I study English), I bought the Oxford Deluxe app for the iPad as soon as I got

May 26, 2011 Apple, Apps, Tablets
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Kindle partners with Overdrive to bring you library books

In what can only be good news for all Kindle owners, Amazon has announced that they will partner with Overdrive to allow Kindle devices to

April 21, 2011 Android, Apple, Apps, Microsoft, Tablets
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SyncPad: Like Air Sketch, but different…and flawed

One of the biggest issue with the iOS app store is that there are so many apps and such a limited browsing system in place

April 08, 2011 Apple, Apps, Tablets
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Just Mobile AluPen review

The AluPen from Just Mobile aims to be the most exclusive looking stylus out there. Shaped like a giant pencil and made out of aluminum,

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iPad Student Diaries #9: Feature war in note taking land

One of the main issues with what I currently do at school is fragmentation- I use perhaps a dozen different apps to get everything done,

April 05, 2011 Apple, Tablets
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App review: Smoothboard 2 for Windows

I spend a lot of time looking for, using and writing about educational apps. Most of these are on the iPad, but every now and

March 30, 2011 Apps, Microsoft, Reviews, Tablets
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Capacitive stylus Sharpie mod to make your stylus more comfortable

As you know I love Kickstarter and occasionally post about projects I find there. Yesterday I stumbled across a project called the Cosmonaut where the

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App review: Air Sketch for iPad

I’ve written about Air Sketch before, but the pure awesomeness of the app means it deserves a dedicated review. Read on to see how this

March 23, 2011 Apple, Apps, Reviews, Tablets
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iPad Student Diaries #8: ReplayNote special

I’ve said it time and again; the iPad is an awesome device for school use, both as a student and as a teacher. I’ve done

March 16, 2011 Apple, Apps, Tablets
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Dagi stylus P501 and P101 review

Not all capacitive styli have the iconic rubber tip on the end- in fact there are lots of materials that can be used for making

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