Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S21 Ultra is said to bring support for the S Pen, the first of the non-Note line phones to do so. Now, images of the case and S Pen accessory for the phones have leaked.
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Samsung might be bringing support for the S Pen to its next-generation S series flagship, the Galaxy S21 Ultra. This, however, does not mean that the device will house the S Pen in the chassis.
Microsoft's latest patent showcases a modular capsule that can be fitted within the housing of different styli. This will aim to improve their functionality without making things too complicated.
A recently-published patent by Microsoft envisions a stylus that can be used as a Bluetooth headset, thanks to a flexible design that allows the pen to wrap around your ear and a dockable earpiece.
A new patent published by the USPTO describes new methods to improve a stylus. Published by Microsoft, it offers insights to possible new features and functions for the new Surface Pen.
Samsung has been granted a patent in the U.S. for a stylus that's equipped with a camera that features an optical zoom system. There's no word, though, if this tech will ever turn into a real product.
Foldable smartphones seem to be the trend in 2019, with a new report claiming that Intel has patented a three-way foldable device powered by Windows and housing support for a stylus as well.
On top of its inability to work on older iterations of the iPad Pro, the second-generation Apple Pencil will not also charge via Qi wireless power technology, as confirmed by Apple.
A new report by Bloomberg suggests the Redmond giant is planning on releasing a cheaper line of Surface tablets aimed at competing with the $329 iPad, along with a cheaper Keyboard Cover.
Google and five other companies have joined the Universal Stylus Initiative to help develop an open stylus standard with the goal of helping OEMs build active pens that work on multiple devices.
We have a week to go before the official reveal of Huawei's Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro. Now, an image has surfaced that shows off the Pro model with a new accessory, which could pit it against the Note8.
Samsung has started taking pre-orders for its new tablet marketed at professionals. The device runs Windows 10 and comes in two variants, 10.6" and 12". Prices start at £649 and £1,099 respectively.
In a recent YouTube video, Microsoft Research showed off its implementation of simultaneous input from both touch and a pen, and how the combination can enable interesting new functions.
Wacom has announced its MobileStudio Pro series, featuring lightweight tablets aimed at professionals, designers and artists. The machines run Windows 10 and feature support for the Pen Pro 2 stylus.
Just in case you were curious, the Note7 will not have the same stylus design flaw that was found in the Note 5. When tested at Samsung's event, the stylus did not succumb to the same fate.
Eve has announced that its upcoming crowd-developed Windows 10 2-in-1 device will sport Intel's 7th-gen Kaby Lake CPUs. The device will feature a form factor similar to Microsoft's Surface devices.
It's been quite an important week in tech news with countless leaks, lots of Windows 10 news, new handsets and the brewing of an epic fight between Apple and the FBI in the name of freedom.
Microsoft has patented a special kind of stylus, or pen, that could not only detect and reproduce the colors found in the real world but also detect an object's texture and surface.
A new note-taking app from Microsoft Garage is now available to Windows users from the Store. The free app is focused on handwriting and drawing offering some interesting features.
While Microsoft was happy to talk up productivity on Apple's iPad Pro at the device's launch, it still believes its Surface Pro 4 is superior, as it's "a full PC, running full apps."
HP says its new Envy 8 Note tablet is a 'game-changing multi-tasking master', with an Intel Atom x5 (Cherry Trail) processor, 'keyboard Folio', stylus, 4G LTE... and a rather intriguing design.
Even though Apple announced its Surface-like iPad Pro yesterday, a cartoonist accurately predicted the launch of this device, as well as the audience's reception, three years ago.
Microsoft has purchased the technology behind the Surface Pen, used in its latest Surface tablets, from N-trig - but contrary to an earlier rumor, it has not acquired the company in its entirety.
Microsoft has added support for handwriting and drawing with a stylus in OneNote for iPad, and has introduced optical character recognition - which can search for text in images - across all devices.
Microsoft is reportedly buying N-trig, the company behind the pen technology that shipped as part of Surface Pro 3. The deal is above $200 million and shows the company's interest in this field.
HP's new business-focused Windows tablet includes stylus and 3G support, 8MP rear camera with autofocus and LED flash, 2GB RAM, up to 64GB storage, and the option to pre-install Windows 8.1 Pro.
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Dell's 'smart desk' concept rather vaguely defines its adaptive UI and support for third-party software - but the real focus is its new $2499 UltraSharp 27 monitor with 5120x2880px resolution.
Microsoft has released new videos on its Surface Pro 3, with one successfully managing to include just about every significant and noteworthy feature of the new 12-inch tablet in under 90 seconds.
Microsoft makes a big deal about the inclusion of a pen on its Surface Pro 3 and rightfully so - it's a great tool. But why is there not a dedicated garage to store the pen safely when travelling?
Details emerge of a 'One Microsoft Ink' strategy to improve support for digital ink and pen input across Microsoft products, including Windows, Office, Surface and Perceptive Pixel touchscreens.
Two Windows 8 tablets from Samsung have emerged, featuring 11.6" Full HD displays, keyboard dock and stylus support, with two versions offered, including a 'Pro' version with Intel Core i5 processor.
A new report claims that Microsoft is developing a prototype for a stylus product that could work with any kind of digital screen, even those that are not made for touch features.
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