Samsung Electronics on Wednesday introduced a larger Galaxy Note 3 "phablet," expanding the smartphone's display from 5.5 to 5.7 inches while shedding weight and thickness and adding more memory. Samsung also unveiled its latest version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet, the "2014 Edition," which is 7.9 millimeters thick. The slate carries a higher resolution, 3 gigabytes of RAM and a 1.9 GHz, 8-core Octa processor. Also, Asus added 6- and 7-inch tablets to its Fonepad roster and 8- and 10-inch Memo Pad slates. And Toshiba offered its Windows 8.1-powered 8-inch Encore tablet as the first to carry Intel's Bay Trail-T, the company's new Atom chip.