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Samsung Retools Galaxy Note 10.1 To Include Slot For S-Pen (In Addition To A Quad-Core Processor)

noteOne of the most surprising things about the Galaxy Note 10.1's appearance at MWC was not that it included Samsung's magical S-Pen peripheral, but the fact that the device lacked a slot to store the advanced stylus.

Those familiar with the original Galaxy Note will remember that it features a convenient slot to house the S-Pen, ensuring that the stylus would always stick with the device, thereby encouraging users to, well, use it.

[Download] Goodies From SGSIII: Live Wallpapers, Static Wallpapers, Ringtones, Alarms, And Notifications

sgs3As you probably know, the full Galaxy S III ROM leaked over the weekend. Naturally, users over the XDA forums started picking it apart and making al the goodies available for download. In fact, we've already taken an in-depth look at S-Voice.

Full Hands-On With Samsung's S Voice From The Galaxy S III

s-voiceS Voice is Samsung's entry into the fledgling "virtual assistant" market currently occupied by Siri, Evi, Speaktoit Assistant, Vlingo, and a handful of others. The Galaxy S III rom leaked two days ago, and while most of the stuff in it is broken and completely useless without the version of Touchwiz it's meant to run on, S Voice is a perfect combination of being interesting AND working. So we're going to take a look at it on my Galaxy Nexus, which is currently running vanilla (well, AOKP) 4.0.4.

Galaxy S III Pre-Orders Pop Up On Amazon, Blue And White Models Available For $799 And Up, For Release On June 1st

1Standing opposite HTC's One X, the Galaxy S III is one of this year's most hotly anticipated devices. If you're overly eager to get in on the pre-order action, Amazon has pre-orders available from several retailers. It's worth noting that the "Featured Merchants" among them include names like TechnoTradingHouse.com or BLUTEKUSA. Relatively unknowns, but they've all popped up in very close succession.

Samsung Quietly Begins Rolling Out ICS To Unlocked Galaxy Notes

galaxyThe update for devices running Gingerbread to the latest Ice Cream Sandwich have been erratic at best. Although Samsung has promised updates for its smartphones and tablets, the overall rollout has been quite unpredictable with different markets getting upgrades before others.

Samsung Galaxy SIII 16GB Now Available For Pre-Order For £499.95 From Amazon UK

1Samsung's next flagship smartphone finally launched last week and we spent many paragraphs proffering our opinions on it. Most of us cannot wait to get our grubby hands on it, but it looks like UK customers will be getting it pretty soon, as the Galaxy SIII has gone up for pre-order on Amazon UK.

Ubiquitous Wireless Power Fast Becoming A Reality As Samsung, Qualcomm And Others Unite To Develop A New Standard

wireless powerAmongst the smorgasbord of features Samsung announced for its newest flagship device the Galaxy SIII, the wireless charging accessory seemed the most no-brainer. Wireless power has been a dream for almost everyone, but aside from short-lived products, such as the Touchstone that was available for Palm's Pré phones, they have not really become a reality.

Samsung Open Sources ICS Code For The Galaxy Tab 2, 7" and 10" Models

galaxy tab 2It's easy to be overshadowed in the news today by Samsung. Even if you're Samsung. Today, Samsung released the ICS source code for the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and 10.1. We already think the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is the best cheap Android tablet around.

Samsung Galaxy S III Finally Official, Packs A 4.8-Inch 720p Super AMOLED HD Display With Eye Tracking Technology

1The day we've all been waiting for has finally arrived, and Samsung just unveiled its third-generation Galaxy smartphone. As expected, it's going by the moniker Galaxy S III, and it's stuffed to the gullet with cutting-edge hardware and software tweaks:

IDC: Samsung moved 42.2M smartphones in Q1 while HTC sold 6.9M

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Research firm IDC tells us that the Android arms race is fast becoming Samsung's to lose. New figures out of the IDC camp show that Samsung moved 42.2 million smartphones in the first quarter of the year (2012) whereas HTC trailed with 6.9 million. The numbers are a snapshot of the world market and factor in all comers, including Apple, RIM, and Nokia.

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