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If you previously scratched Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 device off of your holiday wish list following a temporary court-ordered sales ban in the U.S., you can go ahead and put it back on. A U.S. court has now removed the injunction, and though the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is no longer Samsung's flagship tablet, it could rake in some additional dollars for Samsung during the all-important holiday shopping season that's about to get underway. "We are pleased with the court's action today, which vindicates our position that there was no infringement of Apple's design patent and that an injunction was not called... Read more...
Why push out one tablet, when you can push out two? T-Mobile USA has just issued a new pair of tablets, both of which are "4G" (HSPA+) equipped and ship with Android 3.2 (Honeycomb). The new guys are the T-Mobile SpringBoard and the Galaxy Tab 10.1, a slate that's already been around the block on other carriers. The former has a 7" HD multi-touch display, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, an SD card slot, Flash support, a 5MP rear camera with 720p movie mode, and a 1.3MP front-facing camera for web video chats. The Tab 10.1 is the same you've come to known and love, but with a T-Mobile WWAN radio within.... Read more...
With Hewlett Packard scrapping plans to take over the mobile world with its webOS TouchPad (and other devices), the tablet market just became a little less crowded, and your list of potential slates a little shorter. And if you're now stuck deciding between Apple's iPad 2 and Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1, maybe Best Buy's upcoming promotion will help. Starting Sunday, August 21 and running through Saturday, August 27, Best Buy is including a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 device with select Samsung HDTVs. Be prepared to go big or go home empty handed, because the select models in question are a 46-inch LED... Read more...
We've heard many people talk about the educational value of a tablet, but the majority of schools still aren't using tablets in the classroom. The University of Southern Mississippi believes tablets can be a useful asset in education and is working with Samsung Mobile to prove it. This fall, students who participate in an Honors College pilot program will receive a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 from the university. These tablets will come preloaded with Blackboard Mobile Learn. University of Southern Mississippi to Provide Samsung Galaxy Tab™ 10.1 Tablets to Students Samsung Mobile and Blackboard... Read more...
Samsung's Mobile team has just announced that the first major software update to the hot-selling Tab 10.1 will go out early next month, with the company's homegrown TouchWiz UX (with Live Panel) interface making its debut in New York City. The Tab will be the first majorly overhauled Android 3.1 tablet, and the company also promises their Mini Apps services. It will feature a redesigned Samsung Media Hub UI, built-in Amazon Music Cloud Player / Amazon Kindle / Words with Friends applications, select enterprise mobile solutions (no real details there) and who knows what else. It will be distributed... Read more...
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the first consumer tablet to ship that’s thinner than Apple’s iPad 2. Samsung put in a lot of effort to make a tablet that was slimmer than their primary competitors’ , in the process nixing the original Tab 10.1 (which has since been renamed the Tab 10.1v) and forging ahead with a new plan. The new plan resulted in the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, which is also one of the first tablets to ship from the factory with Android 3.1... Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Review: Android 3.1 Tablet... Read more...
The tablet race continues to heat up. The iPad set the stage for this generation's tablet race, and although things have definitely tightened up, Apple's wunderkind, like it or not, remains the industry standard by which all others are judged. Seasoned technology buffs will likely recall that tablets had another go a decade or so ago, as a number of largely Windows-based, bulky devices hit store shelves. Unfortunately, those products weren't very well thought out -- they were hardly thin, battery life was terrible, and they ran a full desktop OS that wasn't designed... Read more...
Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy Tab 10.1-inch tablet will go on sale on June 8 for a starting price of $499 for the 16GB model. However, even though the Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be available starting on June 8, it will only be available at Union Square in New York. For the rest of us, we'll have to wait until June 17 to get our hands on the tablet. Samsung plans to ship the tablet with Android 3.1. Other key features include a 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor, and a 10.1-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1280 x 800. The tablet weighs about 1.25 pounds. Samsung has also said that the... Read more...
Samsung still isn't coming clean with a release date for the new and improved Galaxy Tab 10.1, but we have a pretty good indication that it'll be shipping sooner rather than later. Why? Because the GT-P7310 just landed in the FCC. If you aren't familiar with the process of FCC clearance, it generally works as such. A product that clears the FCC and winds up published in the database is usually on track for a near-term release in the U.S. Combined with the fact that Samsung previously mentioned a "June" release date for the Tab 10.1, and things seem to be lining up well to have this super-sleek... Read more...
The tablet wars, in some minds, are over. The iPad and iPad 2 have shot to stardom, and every tablet that has arrived to try and topple either of them has largely failed. Not that other tablets haven't sold, but there are no tablets that come anywhere close to the iPad in terms of market share and mind share. But could that change with the Galaxy Tab 10.1? Samsung went to great lengths to redesign the 10.1 in order to make it both thinner and lighter than the iPad 2, and response was largely positive when the first batch arrived in the hands of developers during Google I/O this week. There's been... Read more...