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Samsung ships five million Galaxy Notes in just five months

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Five is an important number for Samsung's Galaxy Note. It has a 5.3-inch screen and now, just five months since it debuted Samsung has announced it's shipped five million units. That's certainly long enough for you to decide if you're in love with its super-sized frame or the accompanying...
Samsung ships five million Galaxy Notes in just five months

Galaxy Note and S Pen: Can a tweener smartphone-tablet succeed?

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The 5.3-in. Samsung Galaxy Note is called a smartphone, but its touchscreen and integrated S Pen stylus for drawing and taking notes elevates it into a somewhat harder to define category. read more...
Galaxy Note and S Pen: Can a tweener smartphone-tablet succeed?
Galaxy Note 10.1 to be released on August 16th, priced at HKD 4,998 in Hong Kong
Samsung may debut an 8-inch Galaxy Note tablet at Mobile World Congress

Microsoft confirms Surface with Windows 8 Pro pricing: starting at $899 for 64GB version

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Details on the Pro variety of Microsoft's Surface tablet have been hard to come by since the company first announced it, but it's filled in some big ones today. It's confirmed in a blog post that the device will start at $899 for the 64GB model, with the 128GB...
Microsoft confirms Surface with Windows 8 Pro pricing: starting at $899 for 64GB version
How much would you pay for a stylus? Samsung's Galaxy Note 8.0 reviewed
MWC day one: Nokia 808 PureView, ZTE Era, and the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity
Samsung Galaxy Note II review

Keyport Slide 2.0 hits Kickstarter, still has a drinking problem

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We were sold on the Keyport Slide when it promised not only to banish key-based clutter, but also incorporated two of our favorite things: flash storage and a beer access device. Now, the team behind it has launched a Kickstarter campaign for the Keyport Slide 2.0, which is faithful...
Keyport Slide 2.0 hits Kickstarter, still has a drinking problem

Samsung Galaxy Note for T-Mobile review

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More Info Samsung Galaxy Note review AT&T Galaxy Note review T-Mobile officially confirms Samsung Galaxy Note, more details in coming weeks The Samsung Galaxy Note is among a rare breed of smartphones that need no introduction. It's polarizing, memorable and single-handedly responsible for the popularization of the term "phablet."...
Samsung Galaxy Note for T-Mobile review
Galaxy Note II to hit all major U.S. carriers by mid-November

Galaxy Note and S Pen: Can a tweener smartphone-tablet succeed?

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The 5.3-in. Samsung Galaxy Note is called a smartphone, but its touchscreen and integrated S Pen stylus for drawing and taking notes elevates it into a somewhat harder to define category....
Galaxy Note and S Pen: Can a tweener smartphone-tablet succeed?

N-trig release teases that Fujitsu's Stylistic Q702 will come with active pen support

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Stylus maven N-trig has revealed that Fujitsu's Stylistic Q702 laptop/tablet hybrid will be the first to shop with the company's new G4 DuoSense pen and multi-touch digitizer. As such, it'll be able to use a new active pen stylus that the company, perhaps unsurprisingly, promises will provide a "pen-on-paper...
N-trig release teases that Fujitsu's Stylistic Q702 will come with active pen support

Samsung Galaxy S III C-Pen stylus gets leaked with more accessory press shots

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Samsung wasn't done with the accessories when it announced a whole stack of 'em alongside the incoming Galaxy S III last week. A few more have now started to appear on pre-order, including, yes, another stylus. This is the C-Pen and it's different from both the S-Pen and the...
Samsung Galaxy S III C-Pen stylus gets leaked with more accessory press shots

Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Hands On

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Analysis: The device's S Pen stylus is surpsisingly useful, with an update from Samsung...
Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Hands On

Samsung reveals 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 2, Galaxy Beam phone with built-in HD projector

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Samsung kicked off its Mobile World Congress presence by revealing two new devices this morning: a larger 10.1-inch version of the Galaxy Tab 2 Android tablet, and the intriguing/baffling Galaxy Beam, an Android smartphone with a built-in projector. Given Samsung’s propensity to delivering tablets of many different sizes, the...
Samsung reveals 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 2, Galaxy Beam phone with built-in HD projector
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 review

Galaxy Note ICS upgrade pushed back to Q2, adds exclusive set of stylus-ready apps (video)

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Unfortunately, Samsung's Galaxy Note won't join the Galaxy S II with its own upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich in Q1 as originally announced, since the company has now scheduled its arrival for Q2. It will however, arrive worldwide as part of a "Premium Suite" software upgrade packed with exclusive...
Galaxy Note ICS upgrade pushed back to Q2, adds exclusive set of stylus-ready apps (video)
Samsung Galaxy S IV rumored for April launch with integrated S Pen

Samsung hands out $200,000 to devs in Galaxy Note S Pen App Challenge

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As part of the Samsung Galaxy Note S Pen App Challenge, the company is handing out $200,000 is cash prizes to mobile developers in the US. The awards go to apps that make particularly good use of the Galaxy Note’s S Pen stylus with the best overall app and...
Samsung hands out $200,000 to devs in Galaxy Note S Pen App Challenge
Good ideas, middling execution: the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 reviewed
Samsung's 'phablet' gets official for T-Mobile: Galaxy Note to launch in coming weeks

Samsung hits the streets to challenge iPhone users with Galaxy Note

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When Samsung takes on Apple in one of its own commercials, it’s typically a Galaxy S II ad mocking iPhone line sitters. This time Samsung hit the streets to compare its 5.3-inch Galaxy Note tablet/smartphone hybrid to Apple’s iPhone 4S. While it’s not exactly a fair challenge, the video...
Samsung hits the streets to challenge iPhone users with Galaxy Note
Everything You Wish You Could See At Samsung's Massive CES Booth

Qualcomm buys EPOS assets to enhance Snapdragon processor, enable "next-gen" user experiences

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Qualcomm Technologies, a subsidiary of semiconductor company Qualcomm, today announced that it has acquired ‘certain assets’ of EPOS Development, which specializes in ultrasound technologies for input solutions for a wide variety of digital devices, including pen, stylus and gesture recognition. EPOS, which is based in Hod Hasharon, Israel, has developed...
Qualcomm buys EPOS assets to enhance Snapdragon processor, enable "next-gen" user experiences
Galaxy Note 10.1 video shows quad-core SoC, 'Pebble Blue' finish, built-in S-pen slot
Samsung Galaxy S III accessories include 'C Pen' stylus, AllShare streaming hub

Samsung announces Galaxy Note 10.1 with Android 4.0, dual-core chipset and S Pen

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Samsung on Monday took the wraps off another new addition to its Android tablet lineup, the Galaxy Note 10.1. Like the supersized “phablet” it joins in the Galaxy Note family, the Note 10.1 includes Samsung’s S Pen stylus for drawing, note-taking, highlighting and much more. Sadly, this still isn’t...
Samsung announces Galaxy Note 10.1 with Android 4.0, dual-core chipset and S Pen

Voice Recognition? Pshaw. Samsung Brings Handwriting Recognition To Smartphones, Tablets

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Samsung's Galaxy Note products will support a nifty new handwriting recognition technology provided by the firm Vision Objects. In doing so, it's reaching out to an unlikely adopter: the paper-loving Luddite. When Samsung launched its Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet in August, it introduced the S Pen stylus, which helped Samsung...
Voice Recognition? Pshaw. Samsung Brings Handwriting Recognition To Smartphones, Tablets

Samsung finally shows off the Galaxy Note’s Draw Something capabilities, we wonder what took it so long

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Despite the popularity of the Pictionary-style smartphone application Draw Something, Samsung has taken its time to demonstrate to consumers the capabilities of its Galaxy Note and its S-Pen stylus — until today. The Galaxy Note’s S-Pen allows users to annotate documents, mark and share directions on Google Maps and many...
Samsung finally shows off the Galaxy Note’s Draw Something capabilities, we wonder what took it so long
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