In an interview with LAPTOP Magazine, Samsung product marketing manager Ryan Bidan says that having a pen interface similar to what we see with the Galaxy Note "continues to make a lot of sense across a number of screen sizes," but won't go so far as to say that the next 10.1-inch Tab will have a stylus. Still, the possibility has many all a-buzz with the possibility. I wouldn't be sad to see a small stylus like the Note's come with the next Tab as I'm a fan of stylii in general.
The old stereotype that women are less engaged with technology than men is just that: a stereotype. And, according to research by Parks Associates consultants, untrue. Not only do women engage more online, they're also more likely than men to buy "hot" tech products and use them for sharing and consuming media. The study says that once women buy a product, be it a smartphone, tablet, TV or laptop, they become heavy users. Not just of the "practical" aspects of the device, but utilizing all of the features available.
Every week the staff of GBM uses dozens of apps, some we can't live without and some we can't uninstall fast enough.
These are the apps we've been using or discovered recently that stood out in the crowd. They range from the practical to the time-wasting (in a good way).