MyScript hopes to get more people writing on tablets

For ages, human beings have been using their hands to write – whether on stone tablets, papyrus, parchment or paper. With the invention of computers, writing shifted to electronic screens, whether people use a keyboard to type or an electronic pen to capture thoughts on a modern tablet. But for many, the process of writing on a computer tablet has stalled – sure, digital pens and ink technologies can capture a person’s hand strokes, but those notes, diagrams or other drawings stay locked into whatever software (OneNote, Evernote) is being used. With pen and paper (and word processing applications), things can be edited, searched, stored and shared with others.  This week’s release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update puts a strong emphasis on digital ink, with new applications aimed at…

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