Android may be making an earnest dent in Apple's tablet stranglehold, but there is one market the iPad is still absolutely killing.
Just one year after we were talking about numbers like Apple's ~95% monopoly in the tablet race, Android has managed to take a huge bite out of the lucrative market.
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Omar Khan, Samsung's chief technology officer and one of the most vocal figures in the company's mobile strategy, has resigned.
Samsung's slate of Android smartphones and tablets are getting updated to Android 2.3.
It's a corporate battle for the ages.
Although imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Apple isn't so happy about Samsung's flirtation in the tablet and smartphone markets.
When it comes to new electronic items, nothing is more convincing than holding an actual device in your hands. The feel, the vibe, it’s all part of the buying experience for most.
Samsung has just announced a complete overhaul to its Galaxy Tab line of tablets, not only introducing two new models but also with an expansive shakeup to the software on the back end.
The #1 electronics retailer in America has come up with a plan to provide tablets to some of its sales people on the retail floor, but it won't say what tablet it has in mind.
A funny thing happens when there's a bigger and better Android tablet on the market - the one that previously had a stranglehold on the entire industry gets dropped radically in price.
After quite a successful run with its Android-based, 7-inch Galaxy Tab tablet, Samsung has revealed a new version of the device with a 10 inch display that will be more of a direct rival to the iPad.
The iPad 2 hasn't even been announced yet and already people have begun speculating about the iPad 3...or as some are calling it, the iPad Mini.
If you just so happen to have a recent Samsung TV, a Samsung Galaxy Tab, and a Samsung Galaxy S phone...chances are you work for Samsung. But on the off chance that you don't, here's a neat little app for you.
A new report says that in the final quarter of 2010, Android tablets took a surprisingly dent-worthy 22% of the multimedia tablet market, significantly knocking down the iPad which had previously commanded a 95% reign in the category.
Yes, the PC scene may have fallen into a bit of a lull, so it's good to see a new generation of enthusiasts pick up the overclocking torch (at least, on the software side) in the mobile arena.
All these iPad competitors out there are really having a tough time setting them apart from the pack. But that may soon change as companies like LG start incorporating 3D displays that don't require special 3D glasses.
We're seeing a bit of what's inside Research in Motion's Playbook playbook, as the company has ordered a million units to be produced from its overseas manufacturing partners.
Samsung has the Galaxy Tab, Motorola has the Xoom, Asus has a few on the way, and yet the company that says it can go all the way up to knocking on the iPad's door...is Sony?
Samsung's Galaxy Tab has faced one big problem from day one - it's supposed to be an iPad killer but you can get an iPad for less money. But now, if you sign up for a Verizon data plan, you can get one for the same price as the cheapest iPad.