I’d keep your salt shaker handy for this one, but a phone and accessories retailer has published what they claim to be the upcoming Samsung roadmap and unsurprisingly it includes a few tasty morsels of Android goodness.
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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 ... Read More »
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Not to be overshadowed by the release of it’s faster, Honeycomb-having younger brother, the original Samsung Galaxy Tab is starting to receive an OTA update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. There is one pretty significant catch here, as this update is only occurring for owners of the Sprint-branded Galaxy Tab.
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Rocking all the specs we can expect in a tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been one of the most anticipated Android devices since Mobile World Congress. The tablet comes with a Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, a 10-inch 1280x800p WXVGA display and everything Android 3.1 Honeycomb has to offer.
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The Samsung Galaxy tab 10.1 will be available in the U.S. June 17 (unless you live in New York City or attended Google I/O), and Samsung wants to show you just how much this Honeycomb tablet will improve your life. This video does not discuss the specs in depth, which is ... Read More »
Those device-breaking videos show up online from time to time, bringing a hefty amount of gut-wrenching entertainment to all of us who choose to watch them. Well, today we have a rugged competition between the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab, the Motorola Xoom and the iPad 2. Though as a gadget lover it still ... Read More »
The ongoing release of Honeycomb tablets definitely overshadowed the 7-inch Galaxy Tab. That tablet was great during its time, but the consumer always wants more and better. The successors to the Galaxy Tab were seen at Mobile World Congress and CTIA, coming in two versions – one sized at ... Read More »
J.K. Shin, President of Samsung Mobile, weighed in on the state of the division in an interview just prior to the kick off of Computex Taipei and shed some light on some of their plans for the future.
Shin confirmed that they are working with carriers in the US and South Korea with an eye ... Read More »
If you aren’t one of the few lucky chaps who got to go to Google I/O this year, chances are you don’t have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 just yet. Sammy knows how you feel, and that’s why the company just sent out a tweet letting you know that you’ll be ... Read More »