Tag "Galaxy Note"

Samsung’s Note 5 gets more space (if you don’t own it)

2 years ago

We weren’t too impressed that Samsung decided its Galaxy Note 5 should only come in 32GB, souring what was otherwise an excellent phone. Fortunately, the company has seen the light.

Samsung brings Milk to Australians, no glass needed

3 years ago

They say music calms the soul and that milk does a body good, but Samsung looks keen on connecting the two, as it rolls out a service for its smartphone, tablets, and wearables that’s all about keeping your ears happy.

Samsung’s adds an ‘Edge’ to the Galaxy Note

3 years ago

In addition to its latest Galaxy Note 4 launched today at the Unpacked event in Berlin, Samsung has introduced an ‘edgy’ new variant with a

Samsung launches the Galaxy Note 4 ‘phablet’

3 years ago

Building on the success of its Note line of ‘phablets’, Samsung today announced the latest addition - the Note 4 - at the Samsung Unpacked event in Berlin.

Samsung’s massive Note Pro tablet priced for Australia, and we’re going hands-on

4 years ago

For some people, the 10.1 inch tablets available today just aren’t big enough. They want something bigger. Samsung, though, appears happy to cater for them with the release of 12.2 inch tablet. Is it big enough?

Samsung provides help for students, as long as you grab a Tab (or Note)

4 years ago

The school year may have just begun, but that doesn’t mean the students at home aren’t already thinking about the next big test, and Samsung wants to let parents know it has some help available for some of its devices.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet gets better for the end of the year

4 years ago

Thinking of replacing pen and paper permanently? Samsung’s answer to what note-taking should be like in the future has been updated to match the recent Galaxy Note phone, and now it’s ready for customers to get their hands all over it.

Naked Geeks – October 12, 2013

4 years ago

This week on the Naked Geeks, we're looking at how printers are changing to cope with the new "post PC world" we're all apparently moving to, as well as checking out an Australian innovation that could be the future of online shopping.

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