Tablet computers have become popular among professional sports athletes, but you have probably never seen one on the sidelines during an actual game. That will change soon because the Phoenix Suns, along with Verizon Wireless and Samsung Mobile, just announced that they integrate the LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 across all company operations.
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We’ve known this was coming for some time now, but US Cellular has finally laid out specific details on their 4G LTE launch. You’ll be able to kick the tires and light the fires and of course also satisfy your need for speed in March. That is of course assuming that you ... Read More »
In the wee hours of the morning, Samsung took to Facebook to at last outline the Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade plans for a number of their high profile 2011 devices.
It won’t surprise anyone that the Galaxy S II tops the list for an upgrade in Q1 of 2012, but joining it in ... Read More »
Tis the season to be jolly. Things are finally looking good for both Motorola and Samsung in their separate battles against Apple’s tyranny in the mobile and tablet space. First up is the ruling from the court in Australia which has denied Apple’s appeal on the court’s decision to allow Samsung to sell the Galaxy ... Read More »
It certainly did not take long for the CyanogenMod team to get working on Android 4.0. Soon after the Ice Cream Sandwich source code was released, Cyanogen’s official Twitter account informed us that work had begun. We never thought results could show up so early, though.
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Those that have been following the patent wars know that it has become quite a mess. One of Apple‘s most notable moves thus far was a ban on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany due to the similarity in the Devices’ front look. Apple may have won that battle, but it seems like ... Read More »
By using an interesting combo of gimmicky marketing ploys and pure genius, Samsung has found a way to turn down the hype on the Apple iPhone 4S launch in Sydney, Australia.
Essentially, Samsung is under cutting the competition. By a lot. Just down the road from Sydney’s Apple store, Samsung has rented ... Read More »
In keeping with today’s trend of tablet related news, T-Mobile has used Twitter to announce that the carrier will indeed be carrying the Galaxy Tab 10.1.
No details on exactly which model will grace Magenta’s shelves have been released. It’s very possible that T-Mobile will release a 4G enabled Tab, but a WiFi-only ... Read More »
When we last visited the sad saga of Samsung’s legal battles, Apple had won a preliminary injunction in the German courts, putting sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 on hold in Europe. It seemed that, after being presented evidence that Samsung was essentially copy-catting Apple in the design of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, courts ... Read More »
Logitech, the company behind the Google TV Revue and the tablet mouse, has just released two new keyboards made specifically for pairing with Android tablets.
The first keyboard is connected by Bluetooth and is made to be paired with any Honeycomb tablet on the market. It comes complete with compact keys for a low ... Read More »