Microsoft: A better way to take notes? Video
AnchorDesk's David Coursey gets a preview of Microsoft's OneNote, a program that captures and organizes all types of notes in a single interface.
ZDNet's David Coursey talks to Microsoft Research about new "whiteboarding" technology that converts analog whiteboard notes into digital images.
At Comdex Fall 2002 in Las Vegas, ZDNet's David Coursey talks with Olympus America's John Knaur about a new $799 digital camera that offers features for the professional and consumer photographer.
ZDNet's David Coursey looks at new software by Microsoft Research that gives people the ability to record and archive their entire life using audio, video and still images in the software program.
Logitech's David Henry shows ZDNet's David Coursey the company's new Io digital pen. The pen stores up to 40 pages of handwritten notes in its memory.
If your day is filled with wall-to-wall meetings and conference calls, well-organized notes can be a lifesaver. Microsoft Office OneNote allows you to record audio and video with your handwritten notes.
ZDNet's David Coursey looks at Microsoft's Windows XP Media Center Edition and how PC makers such as Gateway, HP and Alienware are designing systems to work with the new software.
ZDNet's David Coursey asks the head of Microsoft Research how his department has helped shape Microsoft's commercial products.
ZDNet's David Coursey talks with Microsoft Research about a new technology that uses simple hand gestures to control a personal computer.
ZDNet's David Coursey and Chris Pratley, a Microsoft product manager, take a look at the new features in Microsoft Office 2003, which is now available to several thousand beta testers.