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The Samsung Galaxy Note hasn’t been officially introduced by T-Mobile yet, despite all signs pointing to an imminent release of the phablet. But that doesn’t stop the carrier from including the Note as one of the top prizes that folks can win by entering the “Spin to Win” contest on…

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The Samsung Galaxy Note is still an AT&T exclusive in the U.S. but that’s about to change soon as we keep getting more and more reports detailing T-Mobile’s own Galaxy Note launch plans. Sure, the Galax Note 2 is supposedly launching this summer at IFA 2012, and customers interested in…

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Since it was first teased back in April, the Android 4.0. Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Samsung Galaxy Note has been rolled out in South Korea, European countries and other regions. U.S. Galaxy Note owners will finally get to join the elite 10% of Android users who run ICS…

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The Samsung Galaxy Note, with its huge 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED touchscreen and innovative S Pen, has catapulted its way to success and becoming the world’s first phablet/phoneblet. With the responsive and accurate movement of the S Pen, users can do a lot more things than just pointing and clicking…

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Various rumors and leaks have recently suggested that T-Mobile will soon launch the Samsung Galaxy Note, but that doesn’t appear to be the case yet. The phablet is available exclusively from AT&T in the U.S. so far, and it will continue to be an exclusive AT&T device until August 8….

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Are you at your wit’s end waiting for that seemingly never-going-to-happen Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade for your Android devices on Telus Mobility? Well, here’s a little ray of sunshine to brighten your days. As reported a while back, Samsung Galaxy S2 X owners have been given their ICS…

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One of the famous comments made by the late Steve Jobs in a Q&A session when the first iPad was launched was “[…] if you see a stylus, they blew it.” He was not a fan of stylus use on mobile devices including smartphones and tablets, and therefore you don’t…