Availability of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 was just announced this morning, and Verizon is not hesitating to get in on the action. We had already heard that Samsung was planning to release a version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 with 4G LTE connectivity this year. It seems like they are ... Read More »
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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 »
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If you follow the comments on most blogs reporting on almost any tablet, you’ll notice a steady stream of users clamoring for a WiFi-only version. It seems like a pretty large chunk of people don’t want the extra device costs and especially don’t want another monthly carrier bill. It seems Samsung is finally listening and ... Read More »
We’re sure most of you have heard that Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy Tab 8.9 and the redesigned Galaxy Tab 10.1 at CTIA earlier this week. You’ve seen pictures and video already, but we thought you’d also be interested in taking a peek at the official video from Samsung’s Unpacked event.
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 spec sheets spied early: Weighs just a pound and is even thinner than the iPad 2
The guys over at PocketNow managed to evade whatever security might be on hand pre-CTIA and snapped some pictures of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9′s table. Naturally the device itself wasn’t left out for their viewing pleasure, but the spec sheets give us some juicy details to mull over until the official reveal this week.
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Last October Sprint announced their new Sprint ID platform that allows customers to install application packs with a single click (including apps, widgets, ringtones, wallpapers, shortcuts and more). The service initially launched on three entry-level Android phones, but Sprint said it would eventually come to all devices and today they announced software upgrades to bring ... Read More »
Samsung Mobile will hold their next Unpacked event at CTIA in Orlando and all signs are pointing towards a new Tab announcement. The last Unpacked event gave us the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 10.1, so our hopes are high that Samsung will announce the US versions of these products along with ... Read More »
New reports have surfaced which claim that Samsung will be kicking off Mobile World congress by unveiling their new 10.1 inch Honeycomb (Android 3.0) powered tablet on Sunday night. The new tablet is rumored to feature a dual-core Qualcomm processor, 8 mega-pixel camera, and will be trading in the Galaxy Tab’s white back panel for a black one.
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PocketCloud is a free Android app that allows you to remotely access your desktop, multimedia, files and applications from your Android phone or tablet. The developer Wyse just rolled out a tablet-friendly UI and their team is eager to hear your feedback on the latest update.
The free version of PocketCloud is already ... Read More »