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SlashGear 101: Microsoft OneNote

SlashGear 101: Microsoft OneNote

There's no confusing Microsoft's play to be your digital companion: first the OneDrive push, and now a play to make OneNote the de-facto service for digital notetaking. Made free across all platforms this morning, as well as freshly released for Mac users alongside a new partner app campaign, OneNote is now more than just an app but a service spread across desktop, tablet, smartphone, and browser. Confused? Let SlashGear 101 get you up to speed.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 hits retail this week

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 hits retail this week

The massive tablet known as the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is pumped up and ready to hit retail here in the United States this week. The team responsible for pushing the device to retail locations suggests that groups like Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon, and Newegg will be carrying the device for a cool $649.99 USD. This device will be stacked with software that Samsung suggests will be worth over $800 - in digital content, that is.

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Wacom WILL wants a standard language for digital ink

Wacom WILL wants a standard language for digital ink

Wacom is aiming to make its digital ink the common standard with the launch of WILL, the Wacom Ink Layer Language, inviting software and hardware partners to get onboard with a single standard irregardless of OS, device, or cloud. "WILL is the initiative to create a seamless digital inking experience across every mobile device and ecosystem" Wacom said today of the project, which will consist of an SDK that allows all platforms to to speak the same ink language.

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Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches official

Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches official

Samsung has revealed two new smartwatches, the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo, refining its original Galaxy Gear wearable and ditching Android for Tizen in the process. Revealed at MWC 2014, the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo each have a 1.63-inch 320 x 320 Super AMOLED display and run Samsung-led Tizen on a 1GHz dualcore processor. Differentiating the two is that the Neo lacks a camera, a 2-megapixel shooter which the Gear 2 integrates into its main body, not the strap as before.

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Samsung Galaxy NotePRO hands-on: 12.2″ of S Pen prosumer slate

Samsung Galaxy NotePRO hands-on: 12.2″ of S Pen prosumer slate

Samsung thinks it's time the tablet got serious, unveiling the new Samsung Galaxy NotePRO at CES 2014 today complete with a 12.2-inch high-resolution touchscreen, S Pen stylus borrowed from the Note series of phablets, and an all-new interface on top of Android 4.4 KitKat. Biggest of Samsung's Android tablets to-date, not to mention the most powerful, it's the company's take on what a keyboard-free slate needs to be in order to satisfy both work and play. We got to grips with the NotePRO here at the Las Vegas show; read on for our first-impressions.

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Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 8.4, 10.1 and 12.2 hands-on

Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 8.4, 10.1 and 12.2 hands-on

Samsung's tablet range is growing, with the company adding a new top-tier of Android slates, the Galaxy TabPRO line, intended to be just as at home creating content as they are consuming it. The three-strong line - starting at 8.4-inches, then stepping up through 10.1- and finally 12.2-inches - each offer high-resolution displays and optional LTE, along with the new Magazine UX interface that Samsung debuted on the flagship Galaxy NotePRO. Read on for some first-impressions.

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MiiPC Android kid-friendly desktop review

MiiPC Android kid-friendly desktop review

Kids and computers can be a beautiful mix or a disaster waiting to happen. Education-based applications and popular games are some of the biggest reasons kids get on the computer, and the various dangers of the Internet are one of the biggest reasons parents shy away from granting free-reign access. Such is where the MiiPC comes in. This small desktop PC, which is a cube scarcely larger than a softball, is aimed at families with young children, and offers, among other things, parental controls and runs on Android Jelly Bean. Read our full SlashGear review to find out what all the MiiPC has to offer.

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