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I/O apps for Project Tango now available in Play Store

At the I/O developer conference in May this year, Google presented to the world the progress with Project Tango. If you don’t know or remember what that is, this is the project to bring 3D mapping and rendering capabilities to tablets and smartphones via an array of cameras installed on a device with robust specs. At Google I/O this year, the mothership showed some apps that gave users some cool things to do with a Tango device. Those apps are now available to all via the Google Play Store.

Display Technology Shoot-Out: Galaxy Note 5

Last week's grand reveal of the new premium phone tablets from Samsung got us talking about them. The mere fact that the new devices are from Samsung, one of the top smartphones brands all over the world, is enough to convince us they are great. Since last week, we've learned more details about the two including their availability from mobile carriers, accessories, and its wireless charging technology. We did a hands-one feature already but we're still curious as to how the smartphones fare against the numerous competition.

Note 5 hands-on videos showcase the new S-Pen, sleek design, and advanced camera

After the Galaxy S6 edge+ hands-on videos, here are two videos published by Samsung to give us a preview of what the new Galaxy Note 5 can do. This mobile device has been built to help us do more, made possible by the newly redesigned S-Pen that can now be ejected from under the phone. It features a new Air Command feature on the interface allows you to add apps for easier and quicker access. You can even delete or reposition those apps to either left or right side of the screen.

Hands on: Intel Tango phablet with RealSense

We’ve known for a while that Google’s “Project Tango” will come with a smartphone device as it had with a tablet – and both with the 3D mapping slant that was the original purpose for the project to begin with. While the tablet version of Tango has moved forward quite a bit, the smaller device has been in development for a while now, and we’ve finally seen what Intel has come up with at IDF 2015 as the company brought along several prototypes.

First Samsung Galaxy Note 5 TV ad shows off its brand new S-Pen

The first ever TVC for the newly announced Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has arrived, and based on what they’re showing off in this video, the S-Pen really is the crowning glory of their latest phablet. The ad doesn’t have any bells and whistles yet, meaning there isn’t any attempt to be funny nor is it a high-concept video. it’s simply a showcase of what you can do now that the S-Pen has been made more powerful and usable.

Leaked pictures show Galaxy Note 5 dual-sim with no microSD

Early rumors, even before the official announcement of the new phablets came about, was that a dual sim variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 was going to have a microSD slot, since the original one was reportedly going to be without one. The lack of the slot for extra storage for the new Note was confirmed during Samsung’s launch last week. But leaked pictures of the upcoming variant show that it may still not have that much coveted microSD slot.

Samsung Unpacked event videos made public, ready to tease the Android market

Today is a special day, at least, for most of Samsung fans. Actually, it's already the day after D-Day when the new Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ were announced. We've got more details and information for you including the 'People' Edge feature being updated and we're excited that we got our hands on the devices already. Wireless charging is impressive on both phablets while a lineup of stylish accessories is also ready.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs. Galaxy Note 5: Will you upgrade?

There’s no escaping Samsung news today as they made the splash and finally released to the public the much-hyped and much-leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 5. The Korean gadget giant is changing gears, focusing now on its phablet devices coming from the smartphone flagships early in the year. And in the Galaxy Note 5, we have a doozy – it’s stacked, hardware-wise. Allow us to show you what has improved 1 year after the release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which was no slouch to begin with.
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