Love it or hate it, Samsung’s Galaxy Note is the original ultra-big smartphone, a style that even Apple has finally adopted. It’s also Samsung’s ultimate productivity tool, complete with a capacitive pen and specific software to take advantage of the ginormous screen. Now, the fifth iteration of the Note has arrived.
Samsung’s getting ready to announce something big today—and rumors and leaks suggest it’s gonna be the new Galaxy Note 5. What will the new jumbo phone with a stylus offer us? Watch the stream above to find out at 11AM Eastern. Oh goody.
You've never seen anything quite like the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. The phone looks like it's melting. The entire right edge of the device is a second screen. And though it feels like a gimmick at first, that extra, angled real estate can be surprisingly cool.
While Apple has only just released its first huge phone, Samsung's gargantuan Note is already on its fourth iteration. In a lot of ways, it's the big phone that started this runaway screen-size race. But even though it's facing an ever-growing army of up-sized competitors, the Note 4 is the only giant phone that gets…
The Galaxy Note 3 is a monster, both in size and importance. It was the best-selling device in Samsung's Galaxy lineup last year, and more importantly made phablets something you'd actually want to use. But with Apple potentially about to enter the biggie-sized smartphone space, the upcoming Note 4 has a whole lot…
iCracked is a mobile service that fixes your shattered, waterlogged, or otherwise busted up smartphone wherever you are. Back when they were iPhone exclusive, we tested them and loved their work. Now they're working on Samsung phones. Smashing your screen still isn't a good idea, but now Sammy users have a backup.
A Samsung official has officially confirmed that the Galaxy Gear smartwatch is indeed arriving on September 4th as we thought — and that it won't have the flexible display Samsung's been experimenting with. The Galaxy Note III phablet will also be unveiled alongside the wrist device. [Korea Times via TechCrunch]
Simple is an understatement when it comes to the Vinge, a fine piece of lamp from Swedish design firm Note Design Studio. Stripped down to its essentials, the fixture puts out a beautifully soft light as a result of its massive white dome. And if the quality of light weren't enough for you, the wing around the base…
The original Galaxy Note was very not good, but seven months and 10 millions sales later, it's hard to deny that it's found a niche. But will its even beefier successor live up to the hype? We just spent the morning fondling the upcoming Galaxy Note II, and you know what? We're pleasantly surprised.
Samsung reports from its Galaxy Note 10.1 launch that it's sold 10 million Galaxy Notes to date. Those poor souls.
If you were a fan of the original stylus-packing Galaxy Note, but always thought that 5.3-inches was just too small: good news. Samsung's finally released the long-awaited quad-core 10.1-inch version of the Note, and you should be able to get your hands on it by the end of this month.
Samsung's updated Galaxy Note is on the way, with Samsung confirming that its Galaxy Note 2 is scheduled to be the star of its showing at this year's IFA trade show.
Stealing features from the Galaxy Tab tablet and Note phone/tablet/whatever-it-is, the 10.1 inch Galaxy Note is aimed squarely at the creative types. Just like the rumours suggested, the Ice Cream Sandwich tablet comes with an S Pen stylus for sketching or jotting down notes, with the new marketing buzzword "S Note,"…
Remember yesterday, when you thought the 5.4-inch screen-having Samsung Galaxy Note was gigantic? It's tiny. TINY, I say! Why? Because rumor has it that Samsung is preparing to unleash the Galaxy Note 10.1 at MWC. Yes, that's almost twice as big.
Samsung Galaxy Note made a splash in Europe back in September of last year. Was it a gigantic phone or a tiny tablet? No one knew! Well, the debate is about to come to U.S. soil.
The 5.3-inch Galaxy Note and the Galaxy Tab 7.7 come in shapes that make them hard to classify. Is the Note a phone? Or a notepad? Or a tablet? Genius, right? Or, uh, foolish?
Maybe I'm a sensitive fool, but I've always had a hard time moving out of a place I call home. That's why I'm going to follow these instructions to leave a "time capsule" note behind light switches from now on.
After four years, thousands of posts and countless phallic puns, I'm leaving one of the world's greatest jobs in attempt to pioneer new projects. And I'd love it if I could coax a few of you to come along.
Many of the note-taking apps for the iPad feel busy or are full of distracting features, but HelvetiNote is a simple minimalist option. It lets you hide everything and just focus on your writing.