It appears that Apple may be trying to make more of a case than it deserves when it comes to banning Galaxy Tab sales in Europe.
Samsung has just revealed a new update to its brand of Android-powered tablets.
Although imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Apple isn't so happy about Samsung's flirtation in the tablet and smartphone markets.
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.
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.
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.
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.
One of the main draws of Android-based tablets is that they offer a more affordable alternative to the iPad. However, Samsung doesn't see it that way as the company will soon be launching a version of its tablet computer for around $1,000.
It looks like Samsung's huge wager in entering the tablet market with a $600 device is not exactly going down in the flop books. The company is now reporting one million units have been sold and it expects to still reach another 500,000 by the end of the year.
It turns out people really aren't too crazy about Samsung's supposed iPad killer, the Galaxy Tab, as an astoundingly low 15% said they would prefer the new tablet option.
If you want to be able to irritate people wherever you go, get a Samsung Galaxy Tab, because it comes with a new, exclusive MTV app allowing you to watch Jersey Shore anytime, anywhere.
Smack dab in between the Sprint/Verizon and T-Mobile prices for Samsung's new Galaxy Tab device, AT&T will reportedly be pricing its version at $650.
Although it insisted that consumers want a device that's smaller than the iPad, it seems Samsung it moving forward with plans to create a device that is about the same size.
As the most critical iPad rival to date and a very important device for Samsung, the Galaxy Tab needs to sell well if it is to stand on its own when all is said and done. If it sells a million units in the next two months, that might do it, and that's exactly what Samsung is forecasting.
One thing Apple has learned about the iPad is it thrives on gaming. Developers are re-programming their iPhone games for the larger screen and many are looking to the iPad as a new game system.
Sprint and Verizon's launch plans have been confirmed for Samsung's hopeful iPad killer, and now we're getting a look at what T-Mobile plans to do with the little device.
Details have just been announced for T-Mobile version of Samsung's iPad killer, the Galaxy Tab. Not only will it be the first mobile provider to begin selling the device, it'll also be available with a $200 discount.
A leaked ad suggests Best Buy will begin selling a new version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab that only has Wi-Fi connectivity and knocks off $100 from the price, but that kind of defeats the entire purpose of the device.