Many claimed the Galaxy Note was too big or novel to garner any kind of following, but here we are today, 3 years later and with one of the most popular...

Samsung has become a titan of the Android hardware industry in a few short years but it we must not forget the growth as a software provider. With the...

Last month we reviewed a unique photo application called CameraAce, that offered a comprehensive suite of photo editing tools as well as a new twist on photo management.  The latest update overhauls the user interface with a “Camera Workbench UI,” so that creating and using Photography Themes is easier and more intuitive. Now when you fire up the application,...

Samsung has just announced the latest product to be added to the Galaxy Note family, the Galaxy Note 8.0. The Note 8.0 is a mid-sized Android tablet that bridges the gap between the phablet sized Note II and full sized Note 10.1 tablet. Like the Note I and 10.1, the Note 8.0 will utilize Wacom’s technology to create the best pen-enabled mobile experience. The display–as...

When Samsung first released its Galaxy Note, its sheer size was the primary topic of discussion. But that’s understandable since that’s the...

Samsung’s Galaxy Note was the first device to cross over into ‘phablet’ territory with its 5.3 inch display and built-in Wacom digitizer and stylus. There were plenty of detractors of the gargantuan phone, but it sold over 10 million devices in 9 months–running Gingerbread and a relatively older dual core SoC. Enter the Galaxy Note II, revealed...

It’s been a minute since we saw the Galaxy Note 10.1 make its debut at Mobile World Conference, and it looks like we’ve now finally got a glimpse at the final product: If it looks familiar, its probably because of the forward facing stereo speakers on the bezel which were introduced on the Apple-compliant German Galaxy Tab 10.1n last year. This makes me very...

The Galaxy Note S Pen isn’t your run of the mill stylus. Paired with the Galaxy Note’s Wacom digitizer, this is one of the most accurate input methods the mobile world has ever seen. However, there has been one issue with the stylus and that would be its ergonomics. With the interest of making the stylus fit into the body of the Galaxy Note, Samsung opted...

Samsung has been relatively prompt and punctual regarding their Android 4.0 updates, which is good news for Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note owners. The international version of the Galaxy S II received it’s update in March, and now we’ve managed to get our hands on the pre-release Android 4.0 update for the AT&T Galaxy Note. In addition to the new features...

The Samsung Galaxy Note has been one of my favorite Android devices of all time, and now it looks like my favorite feature, the S-pen, will be getting extended functionality thanks to a slew of apps in Samsung “Premium Suite.” If Android 4.0 is any bit as good on the Galaxy Note as it is on the Galaxy S II, I can fully expect this software update to be the...