Tag: tablets

Will Charging Readers for Access Save Newspapers?

If TavisOnline.com started charging readers to view content on this site, would any of you loyal readers still visit?  Many readers would likely just move on to another free news source.  That reality raises another question.  If a major newspaper

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Honeycomb, Google’s New Android for Tablets

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPUGNCIozp0 Those hardware manufacturers who rushed to push out Android-based tablets should have just waited.  At CES this week, Google unveiled Honeycomb, their latest Android version that is particularly designed for devices “with large screens”, and by large, they mean

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Truly Readable E-Books (Thanks to HTML5)

Reading a book on a website is a bit like holding a book upside down and turning pages with your nose. Because most websites are designed with standard HTML, there is no easy way to give a user true page-by-page

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