Samsung announces the Behold for T-Mobile

Joining the T-Mobile fray today is the Samsung Behold. Yet another touch-screen device that will surely underwhelm from a manufacturer that could easily churn out better devices if they’d ditch those crappy plastic screens for real glass. However, it does have an AF 5-megapixel camera with flash, built-in GPS and it’s a 3G device. The rest of the specs can be found after the jump.

Review: Samsung Omnia for Verizon Wireless

First off, someone at Verizon Wireless must have been drunk or asleep at the wheel when they gave the Omnia the green light because it has Wi-Fi. Isn’t Verizon notorious...

Be that guy, get an Obama Coveroo for your gadget

For the record, I am adamantly opposed to such frivolous things as these lame back covers.

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Amazon Textract brings intelligence to OCR

One of the challenges just about every business faces is converting forms to a useful digital format. This has typically involved using human data entry clerks to enter the data into the computer. State of the art involved using OCR to read forms automatically, but AWS CEO Andy Jassy explained that OCR is basically just a dumb text reader. It doesn’t recognize text types. Amazon wanted to change that and today it announced Amazon Textract, an intelligent OCR tool to move data from forms to a more useable digital format.

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