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It’s been quite some time since tablets first appeared. Although they didn’t really catch the hype in terms of sales, however, they are still...
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Galaxy Tab S 10.5 from AT&T.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 (16GB) available from Best Buy for a whopping $120 off of retail.
UK folks going for the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 will get £100 in Google Play credit.
Did you manage to score any epic Black Friday deals this morning? Are you still on the hunt for a new tablet? One of...
While you could get the WiFi-only version of the 7-inch model for $199 for just about any retailer, it might be even better to get a 3G and LTE-enabled model for just $49.99 instead starting on October 11.
It seems that Samsung just can't stay out of the press. Just over a week after the Galaxy S4 was lauched, rumor has it...
When it comes to LED and plasma televisions, Samsung is one of the biggest industry leaders. If you're in the market for a new big-screen TV, there's a great deal being offered where you'll get a brand new Galaxy Tab 2 for free as part of the bundle.
Leaked benchmarks point at a possible 2560 x 1600 resolution on the flagship model of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 tablet, alongside two other models.
As we reported last week, Samsung is in the process of creating a new 7-inch tablet to be unveiled during MWC next month.
MWC 2013 is quickly approaching and that means plenty of new announcements from big mobile device makers, Samsung included. While we still have about a month before these big reveals, that doesn't stop rumors from circulating like crazy.
Are you in the market for a new Android tablet and want to find the best deal possible? The 7-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 just happens to be on sale for $50 off, bringing the price down to a mere $199.00.
Been pondering whether to get one of Samsung’s new Galaxy tablets? Now may be a good time, because the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 is now for sale on Amazon for just $248.
Yes, there's a lot of attention being paid to the Google Nexus 7, but you can actually spend the same amount of money on a 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 and get a free keyboard docking station to boot.
A set of documents have leaked out that Apple plans to use in court, in which Google warned Samsung that the design for the Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Tab 10.1 were too similar and even famous designers apparently cautioned Samsung that the Galaxy S looked too much like the iPhone because of its shape and overall design elements.
It seems that Samsung Electronics is partnering up with Kia Motors to equip the new vehicle K9 with the Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1. The two companies intend to provide a special edition of the Tab for those that pre-order the soon to be released K9 sedan by June.
A handful of new Samsung devices are making their way over to the US soon, including two different versions of the Galaxy Tab 2, and two new portable media players.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.7 is on its way to the Verizon network, further expanding the range of sizes that the Tab comes in. The Galaxy Tab 7.7 was actually first announced back in September and will feature a 1280x800 Super AMOLED plus display, a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, a 2MP front camera, 3.2MP back camera, and the rear can even shoot 720p video.
US Cellular has finally joined the 4G LTE Bandwagon, launching its own service. While many of us have been expecting this for a while, it was a bit unclear which 4G LTE phones would be the first to hit US Cellular's new network.
Want to get a Samsung Galaxy 10.1 in Germany? Good luck, as Samsung's most recent attempts to overturn the ruling that banned the 10.1 have failed. So why did Germany ban the 10.1 in the first place? The design was deemed to similar to Apple's unit. Despite Samsung's best attempts to change the courts mind, the ruling will stick.
It seems that reports have surfaced that Samsung product marketing manager, Ryan Bidn, has let slip a few details on the next Galaxy Tab, or even possibly the next iteration of the Galaxy Note.
Those of you who are already playing with a white version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 or the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus won’t be too happy with this news. It appears like the device you all are handling is not exactly white. Someone in Vietnam has had access to pure white versions of the two Honeycomb tablets.
Presumaby, the same issue must be affecting the port of Ice Cream Sandwich to the original 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab. That shipped with Android 2.2 Froyo last year. The assumption is the elimination (or shrinkage) of TouchWiz would enable ICS to get onto both devices a little more easiliy. Samsung isn't guaranteeing an ICS port to the SGS and Gtab, so you might have more luck waiting for an unofficial port via the folks at XDA or elsewhere on the web.
What is missing from this list are "older" Samsung devices, namely the original Samsung Galaxy Tab and Samsung Galaxy S; these are not getting Samsung-flavored ICS.
It appears that the newest feature for the Android 3.2 update for Galaxy Tab 10.1 is apparently the loss of WIFI on a WIFI only tablet.
Well, you can now get the best of both worlds with the recently released Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, which is hitting American store shelves just a touch ahead of schedule.
Well, let's have a look at one of the best in the bunch in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. It's name is pretty much self-explanatory: this is a Samsung tablet with a 10.1-inch screen. Does it stand out?
Maybe you're not a fan of all these 10-inch tablets, but you'd like to get into the Honeycomb experience. If that's the case, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus might be your cup of tea and it is now available for pre-order. That's the good news.
Using a dock connector form Kineteka, a couple of 10k ohm resistors, one donor USB extender cable, and some cable cleanup stuff like heat shrink and tape, you can make your own USB host for your Galaxy Tab 10.1. You'll need to do some chopping, splitting of wires, and soldering of resistors, so while it's not the most complex of hacks, it's not a plug and play affair either. In any case, you can check out the full DIY tutorial on Careace.net
You know that gorgeous Super AMOLED Plus display on the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone? You know how the colors are positively popping with saturation and the overall visual experience absolutely floors you? You will soon get a bigger version of that eye-popping visual, because the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is the world's first tablet to boast a Super AMOLED Plus display.
Samsung has unveiled LTE (Long-Term Evolution) versions of its GALAXY S II smartphone and GALAXY Tab 8.9. Displayed at this week’s IFA 2011, the devices will have access to 4G download speeds of up to 100Mbps. If you can get yourself onto a 4G network, the (theoretical) upload speed is 50Mbps and double that when downloading. Samsung equates this to downloading a four-minute MP3 track in 0.3 seconds.
Not that long ago, Samsung pushed out a TouchWiz UI update for its Galaxy Tab 10.1, but it appears that this update comes with a bug. Samsung has apparently stopped the updating process, giving them the time to "assess progress and ensure it is a positive experience for users."
German courts have ruled in Apple’s favour in the California company’s latest lawsuit against Samsung. The ruling states that no Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablets will be sold in the European Union (Netherlands excluded) due to alleged infringement of both patents and style. Any store who infringes on the ban and continues to sell the device will face either $350,000 fines or imprisonment of management.
Can't we all just get along? The legal battle between Seoul and Cupertino is continuing to heat up, this time taking the combat down under. Because of the current patent dispute launched by Apple, Samsung has agreed to halt sales of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in Australia until further notice. After going through a hearing in an Australian federal court, Samsung agreed to stop advertising the Android tablet and it will not sell the device until it gets a go-ahead from the courts that the disputes have been resolved. So, Samsung is the loser here, right?
You want fast? You want a wireless connection that just might put your home connection to shame? It looks like the Verizon 4G LTE...
Are you digging the 10-inch variation on Samsung's Android tablet, but you wish it had some faster wireless connection options? Wish no more, because the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with 4G is going to start arriving in stores on July 28. That's tomorrow, in case you didn't want to check your calendar.
Let's face it. The "entertainment" system that you find on most airplanes offers a terrible interface that is remarkably sluggish. Even if there are free video games, they're still pretty crappy. By contrast, tablet devices are much peppier, much prettier, and much more fun. So, American Airlines is offering tablets to its passengers.
The guys at Square Trade have thought to drop test different tablets to see how well they fare. They started out the test series with an iPad 2 covered in a Smart Cover and a bare iPad 2. The tablet wearing the Smart-Cover survived the drop and its display remained intact. Unfortunately, the other iPad 2 which did not have the cover on did not do very well in the test, to say the least.
You know, tablets look a lot like those fancy in-car entertainment systems, offering a similar size screen and even more functionality. T3 Motion recognized this last year when they plunked an iPad into the GT3. Now, they've integrated a Samsung Galaxy Tab into the new R3 series.
When the iPhone arrived on the scene it quickly rose to dominate the smartphone world. Then, Android came along and it has steadily increased its market share until it was king of the hill. In much the same way, the iPad is currently dominating the tablet world, but Android tablets are rising to the forefront too. The Samsung Galaxy Tab is a prime example of that.
We're not entirely sure if they sent the tablet over to Jenny Craig or Weightwatchers, but it looks like it worked. At last month's MWC, Samsung was showing off one version of its 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab. At this month's CTIA, however, they're showing off a different version, a skinnier version.
Samsung's recently announced Galaxy Tab 10.1 that came out of Mobile World Congress last month is being deemed "inadequate" by their very own mobile VP Lee Don-Joo. After Don-Joo saw the iPad 2 he said “we will have to improve the parts that are inadequate.”
Alongside the Galaxy S II monsterphone, Samsung has announced a new Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android tablet. This release is announced in partnership with Vodafone Group, who will offer the new tablet to their customers "this spring."
Samsung's latest string of teasers leading up to the Mobile World Congress 2011 is the Evolution is Fate campaign, promising a Galaxy S2 on Android 2.3 Gingerbread that will inevitably take over for the first generation of their current best-selling tablet.
Even though it hasn't been out for all that long, it seems that the price is starting to take some mild dips on the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Maybe this is because we're in the wake of an Android tablet overload from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Whatever the case, Sprint has lowered the price on the 7-inch tablet to $299.
If you've just received one of Samsung's well-priced Galaxy Tabs this Christmas, you'll be pissed to hear that they've made the upgrade to 4G, as well as bumping up the resolution of the rear-facing camera to 5 megapixels and the front camera to 1.3.
We're not entirely sure why Samsung didn't just do this right off the bat, perhaps they wanted some type of announcement to go out at CES, regardless, the Wi-Fi only Samsung Galaxy Tab has been announced. We don't have a price, but we can assume it will be roughly $50 less than the $400 Sprint 3G Galaxy Tab. Still stuck on Android 2.2, packing 16GB of memory and that front-facing 1.3 megapixel camera Apple loves to hear about. Availability is expected in Q1 of 2011.
Samsung has announced 1 million Galaxy Tab sales in roughly two months, furthering the now widely-held consensus that the 7-inch Android tablet is the...
You know the analyst that said tablet sales are sluggish and Samsung has had to cut its production in half? Maybe the Korean giant was just being a little too ambitious, because some initial sales figures have risen to the surface.
Of late, a move by Samsung has eliminated the option of making phone calls from all Galaxy Tab devices destined for the US market. While Galaxy Tab pieces built in Europe and elsewhere came with no such restrictions on either outgoing or incoming calls, American users were denied the luxury of making calls from their Galaxy Tab tablets.