Wacom has launched Bamboo Paper, a drawing, journaling, hand writing, sketching and more app for Android. Bring your Wacom stylus and get doodling in full screen mode.
@evleaks has come across a couple of images showing off an LG wrist bracelet, which also acts as a stylus. This matches a patent filed by LG earlier this year.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 may feature improved gesture recognition and support for passive stylus input thanks to an advanced touch controller supplied by Synaptics.
The Tegra Note a 7-inch reference tablet powered by Tegra 4, that Nvidia will sell through its partners at prices starting from $199.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has demonstrated an innovative stylus technology at Computex 2013, allowing for a non-digitizer stylus to work like a digitizer one. Read on for more details!
An all-new app created by an XDA Developer is here and will make things a lot easier for a Samsung smartphone users who have an S Pen.
While a lot of patent-related news these days is a slightly more complicated take on who is taking their ball and going home, Sony’s latest patent application is actually sort of interesting. Who would have thought that was still possible?
Qualcomm has acquired “certain assets” from EPOS Development, Ltd., a company whose main focus is on digital ultrasound technology. What could this mean? Think trading in your touchscreen for a touch-less screen.
[Updated] Jonne from Androidsuomi reached out to tell us that the device in the video does support pressure detection and it was actually the Photoshop Mobile app that did not support the feature. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 officially launched today, after a long series of fake starts and contradicting rumors. Featuring a mighty quad-core Exynos 4 processor and 2GB of RAM, the Galaxy Note 10.1 is a powerful machine, but it’s not the spec sheet that sets it apart from any other tablet on the market. The slate’s defining and most distinctive feature is the digitizer that accompanies it,…
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 buttons. In fact, we found the S Pen so powerful that it can provide new ways to capture and create ideas. With the introduction of new applications that are tailor-made for the S Pen, or can put it to really great use, the Galaxy Note truly becomes more than just…