Published: April 14th 2014
It looks like a day planner, with a leather-like backing and advanced pen integration, enabling you to write on the screen the same way you do on paper. The advanced software on the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition means you can do a lot more with your on-screen scribbles, such as convert it to text, automatically correct shapes, tables and charts and even search across your handwritten notes to find particular words or phrases. Samsung has also customised the Android 4.3 operating system to include a handy Multi Window feature that lets you view two apps side-by-side on the one screen.
Australian small and medium businesses (SMBs) have achieved some valuable gains in the 2017 Federal Budget, as the Government aims to stimulate the economy, improve cash flow a...
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