Hands-on with Google's cloud-based notebook, HP's webOS news, double your screens with Sprint's new phone, Europe is moving closer to a universal charger, a tablet that might replace pen and paper, and page numbers finally come to the Kindle.
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The Google Cr-48 is a demo laptop to show off their Chrome OS. We got a chance to go hands-on with it at Macworld.
HP/Palm announced two new phones and a tablet, all bound together with webOS.
The Echo offers users a choice: one screen, like a traditional touchscreen phone, two screens like a Nintendo DS, or one combined screen that moves toward tablet size.
It's been a while since we first heard about this, but it sounds like progress is being made on Europe's single charger standard.
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Here's a tablet that doesn't play videos, but might just get you to give up your pen and paper for notes and to-do lists.