So you want to take hand-written notes but you don't want to transcribe them onto your computer? No problem. Livescribe's new Smartpen 3 is a magic for note-taking tool that automatically translates your scratches and scrawls into an iPad or iPhone app.
Recently, Livescribe™ announced the launch of the Sky™ wifi smartpen, the first digital pen to integrate WiFi technology and cloud services. But with just about every new tech toy claiming to be "part of the cloud," what does that actually mean for a tool like a smartpen?
Mohamed Osman Mohamud, a Oregon State University student, had planned to set off a car bomb at a 2010 Christmas Tree lighting ceremony in Portland, Oregon before he was caught (in a setup). His friends had no idea. Now, with hindsight, they're writing letters to him.
Before you whine about this Livescribe pen app only containing 100,000 of the 3,567,121 articles currently on Wikipedia, just stop and remember how freakin' advanced our world has become, now that you can tap a written word and see information on that subject instantly.
Branching out after years of PC support, the Papershow digital pen is now available for Macs, working much like a LiveScribe does, only it displays scribbles and written words on-screen instantly.
The folks behind Livescribe, the smartpen/pencorder/computer stick/dictapencil (remember?) have finally made good on an old promise: to open it up to 3rd-party applications. That's right folks—now there's an app store for pen and paper.
Those quirky text-recording "smartpens" from Livescribe got a bit of a boost this morning, with the Pulse line finding itself on the receiving end of a larger 4GB model.
The Gadget: The Livescribe Pulse Digital Smartpen records your notes two ways: it creates digital copies of everything you write by hand while recording audio at the same time. It also goes one step further and links the two together, so you can quickly access audio by tapping parts of your notes. All of this is…
Hey, we just got one of those Livescribe Pulse Smartpens. You remember these, right? The Pulse is one of my favorite gadgets from the past year, because it'll do basic computing like math and translation via a paper UI. But more importantly for a reporter or student, or anyone who takes notes, it'll record voice notes…
Click to viewLivescribe's Pulse Smartpen, which creates digital copies of notes and links them to recorded audio, launches today in 1GB and 2 GB models. Using specialized paper with microdots to track pen movement, the Pulse not only copies notes, but can do quick calculations, translate foreign words and record 3D…
The LiveScribe Smartpen is about to make its appearance at the D conference, but we wanted to remind you about the coverage we did last night. Hop on over to this post and see for yourself. It's no smart table, but a smart pen's not too shabby either.
Click to viewRemember the Leapfrog Fly Pentop? The educational toy that can answer math problems and translate words you write on the special dotted paper? This LiveScribe is the grown-up version, and I believe it's going to sell like hotcakes. In a nutshell, the most critically cool thing it can do is link audio…