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JerryRigEverything tours Galaxy Note10+ vapor chamber, S Pen wireless charging

The Galaxy Note10+ is now in the lay people's hands and some of them might be wondering what's going on inside their phones. A few might even be tempted to wedge their fingernails right under the tightly-sealed back cover of the phone. Well, for the rest of us, there's Zack Nelson of YouTube fame and another JerryRigEverything video to scratch that itch.

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New Note10 renders show a blue edition hours before official announcement

There are only a few hours left before the Note10 is officially unveiled, but if you can't wait that long to learn the full details, here's something to keep you busy: Pictures showing the device in blue have leaked, though it's unclear whether that version will be available in all markets.

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Samsung makes it official: The Note10 will be announced on August 7

Samsung traditionally holds two Unpacked events per year: one for the latest Galaxy S phone, and the other for the latest Galaxy Note. You can probably guess which is being announced at this August 7th Unpacked event even without reading this article's title or looking at the S Pen in the teaser image, but yeah, it's the Galaxy Note10.

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Moto Z4 surprisingly includes support for active styluses

Unless you're really into the Moto Mod ecosystem, the Moto Z4 doesn't have a lot going for it. After all, it's a mid-range phone priced close to a OnePlus device. However, the Z4 does have one interesting feature that Motorola hasn't publicized at all support for active styluses, like the Microsoft Surface Pen.

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Google Pixelbook Pen discounted to $80 ($19 off) on Amazon

For those of you who enjoy handwriting notes or doodling on your Pixelbook, the Pixelbook Pen is probably what you've been looking for. At its regular price of $99, it is a bit pricey, but Amazon is currently discounting it by $19 to a more reasonable $79.59.

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Adobe Acrobat now optimized for Chromebooks, documents can be signed with stylus

Last year, Google worked with Adobe to bring a more complete version of Lightroom CC to Android and Chrome OS, mainly to showcase on the original Pixelbook. This year, Google partnered with Adobe again - this time to optimize the Acrobat PDF reader for Chromebooks.

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Galaxy Note9 and colorful new S Pen purportedly shown off in print ad leak

Note9 details and leaks have been picking up steam in recent days, and the latest addition to the growing pile of evidence surrounding the new phone comes courtesy of renowned leaker Ice universe. Just earlier today he showed off what is claimed to be a print advertisement picturing "the new super powerful Note," stylus and all.

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STAEDTLER's Noris digital stylus for Chromebooks is coming later this summer

With the wide variety of touchscreen Chromebooks on the market, it only makes sense that a stylus would come onto the market at some point. In partnership with Google, STAEDTLER has confirmed that the education-focused Noris digital stylus for Chromebooks will be available by the end of summer. This is almost certainly the companion stylus to the leaked Acer Chrome OS tablet.

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LG Q Stylus is official with 6.2" 1080p display, IP68 water resistance, and more

Samsung isn't the only company that still sells phones with styluses; LG has been doing the same, albeit with much less expensive devices, for some time. The company has just announced its latest stylus-equipped phone, the Q Stylus, and it'll come in three (very poorly-named) models.

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Wacom Bamboo Tip review: A pricey fine-tip stylus that works on all touchscreens

A couple of weeks ago, Wacom announced the Bamboo Tip, a fine-tip stylus that had us interested. We've seen several of these "active capacitive" pens before, but they still occupy a rather forgotten category - one that's neither fully active neither as cheap as regular capacitive pens. So to get a better idea of how these pens work and whether or not they're worth the rather hefty price tag, I decided to take the Bamboo Tip for a test drive. I think it works well, but the $49.95 asking price is tough to justify.

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