Samsung Galaxy Note

Angry Birds send Seasons greetings via the Samsung Galaxy Note

Without a doubt, Rovio's Angry Birds is the darling of the mobile gaming world. It's sold millions of downloads, made at least as much in advertising revenue, and is now a household name amongst people who couldn't pick Mario and Sonic out of a lineup. The most prudent thing that Rovio has done is release Angry Birds Seasons, periodic themes updates with brand-new levels and elements to keep the simple physics game fresh. Now they've teamed up with Samsung for a little cross-promotion of everyone's crossover device, the Samsung Galaxy Note.

Samsung releases S-Pen SDK for the Galaxy Note

If you're a developer who's excited about the app opportunities inherent in the Samsung Galaxy Note's included capacitive stylus, then break out the Mountain Dew and get ready for some long nights in the warm glow of your monitor. Samsung just posted the 1.0 release of the S-Pen SDK, allowing any developer with the skills and the fancy to create apps that take advantage of the software tools built into the Note. Between the stylus and a full Wacom digitizer it's become an object of desire for the budding smartphone artist.

Android Community Weekly: November 6, 2011

We've had a great week of tech reviews, hands-on/unboxings, and development for this first week of November! First, we started off our work week with an excellent review of the Motorola ATRIX 2 by Michael Crider. An unboxing of the HTC Rezound was then performed by Cory Gunther soon after. After seeing ads of the HTC Rezound show up in Verizon Wireless stores, you can be sure to see this device soon. It was officially announced to the public Thursday, and around the same time we released our own hands-on round-up.

Samsung Galaxy Note review via SlashGear

The Samsung Galaxy Note is definitely one of the most exciting devices headed to the market right now, and one of SlashGear's UK editors got a hold of the smartphone-tablet for a full, in-depth review. You can head over to SlashGear to get the whole scoop, but since the review is appropriately massive, we'll sum up the finer points below. To be succinct: it's not for everyone, but if you're already drooling at the prospect of a 5.3-inch 720p phone, the Note will not disappoint.

Samsung Galaxy Note gets ClockworkMod and Root

One thing I love about Samsung phones is they aren't extremely difficult to break into and enjoy. No hoops to jump through like Motorola, or crazy bootloader unlocks like HTC. Instead they just need a few tricky developers and members of the community and we quickly have root access, overclocking kernels and more. This is the same situation with the Galaxy Note. It is very similar to the Galaxy S II but a little enlarged, and has many of the same file systems and goods under the hood making the process fairly quick. We have ClockworkMod and root already achieved thanks to XDA developers.

Samsung Galaxy Note gets its first commercial

We still haven't received any new information on the gargantuan Galaxy Note coming to the United States since that AT&T FCC filing, but here's some nice sterile marketing to tide you over. Samsung has released its first TV spot for the new phone, asking consumers the same question the tech press has been pondering since the unveiling at IFA in Berlin: is it a phone or a tablet? We'll let you be the judge.

Samsung Galaxy Note gets a price cut, hits UK November 1st

We have more details on that huge Samsung Galaxy Note today, not only did Samsung just release the source code but now it appears they've dropped the price too. For those looking to buy this is a good sign, and the release date in the UK has been moved from November 17th to November 1st. Online retailer the Clove announced both the price cut and that the device will be available come November 1st.

Samsung Galaxy Note source code released

Samsung is at it again, dropping the kernel source code for more devices and today they've added the Galaxy Note to the list. This awesome device announced back at IFA is a 5.3" Super AMOLED packing smartphone -- or tablet, or whatever you want to call it. While not yet available in the U.S. and may never will be, Samsung has already released the source code for said device.
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