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AT&T Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear now available

T-Mobile launched the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch earlier in the week and as of today, AT&T has done the same. The oversized smartphone and companion smartwatch have arrived with AT&T this morning and as we had been expecting, we are seeing the Galaxy Note 3 available for $299.99 and the Galaxy Gear available for $299. The difference in the pricing though, the Note 3 $299.99 price point involves a two-year agreement.

Samsung HomeSync media center arriving this weekend

Samsung was showing the HomeSync media center back in February and as of today there is a bit of good news for those in the US market. The HomeSync will be available for purchase beginning on October 6th. Samsung touts the HomeSync as being a "household Android media center for storing, synchronizing and streaming content across multiple devices." To that point, the HomeSync means those with a Galaxy device will be able to stream content on a television.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review

Many thought Samsung was a bit crazy when they introduced the original Galaxy Note, however they sold in decent numbers and that original was followed-up with the improved Galaxy Note II. Well, we once again have a new generation device in the Note lineup and this time around it has landed as the Galaxy Note 3 and with improvements in terms of the software and hardware. Touching on one item in particular, the loved-by-some and hated-by-others S Pen has stuck around with some notable improvements. With that being said, read on to see what we thought of the Galaxy Note 3 and the companion, Galaxy Gear smartwatch.

Pantech Vega Note 5.9-inch announcement expected soon

Pantech appears ready to announce the 5.9-inch Vega Note. Event invitations have recently been sent ahead of an October 10th announcement. The specs have yet to be fully detailed for the Vega Note, however it is expected to arrive sharing many of the same features as the recently announced Vega LTE-A. And yes, that includes a fingerprint reader on the backside of the handset.