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  • Meet Samsung’s First Android 4.0 Tablet: The 7-Inch Galaxy Tab 2

    Meet Samsung’s First Android 4.0 Tablet: The 7-Inch Galaxy Tab 2

    Samsung is no slouch when it comes to producing smaller tablets — their first foray into the Android tab market was the 7-inch Galaxy Tab, and they recently revisited that form factor with the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. In fact, Samsung seems to love the concept of a 7-inch tablet so much that they have announced their first Ice Cream Sandwich-powered tablet will be the (take a guess!)… Read More

  • Samsung Employee Leaks New Info On Future Galaxy Tabs

    Samsung Employee Leaks New Info On Future Galaxy Tabs

    I just love it when leaks come straight from the horse’s mouth. A leaky horse mouth, if you will. Electronista is reporting that a Samsung product marketing manager by the name of Ryan Bidan has let slip a few details on the next Galaxy Tab or, potentially, the next iteration of the Galaxy Note. According to the report, Mr. Bidan hinted at the inclusion of an S pen (the same stylus… Read More

  • Samsung’s LTE-Friendly Galaxy Tab 7.7 To Find Home On Verizon

    Samsung’s LTE-Friendly Galaxy Tab 7.7 To Find Home On Verizon

    Verizon is awash in solid tablet options right now, but their current LTE-capable lineup may leave you wanting for something a little less unwieldy. If the thought of manhandling a 10-inch tablet is too much to bear, then take note: Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 7.7 will be coming to Big Red in due course with support for the company’s 4G network in tow. Read More

  • TC Gadgets Weekly Webcast: Galaxy Tab 8.9

    TechCrunch Gadgets Webcast: The Standing Desk

    This week we bring you the Fujifilm X10, the Galaxy Tab 8.9, and my new standing desk. The standing desk, incidentally, is my second desk, which puts me firmly in the 1% camp when it comes to home workstations. Read More

  • Review: The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Is Just Right

    Review: The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Is Just Right

    Short Version
    The Galaxy Tab 8.9 is a nearly perfect size and weight and, thanks to a few user experience updates, is an excellent vehicle for Android Honeycomb 3.1. In many cases the dreaded Android lag is gone and 8.9 screen size is, like the baby bear’s porridge, just right. Read More

  • Fujitsu’s Waterproof LTE F-01D Android Tablet To Land In Japan Next Month

    Fujitsu’s Waterproof LTE F-01D Android Tablet To Land In Japan Next Month

    Japan’s biggest mobile carrier NTT Docomo is stepping up its efforts to bring Xi, its LTE service, to the masses: today, the company announced two tablets that are compatible with the standard for the Japanese market, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and a new device from Fujitsu, the so-called ARROWS Tab LTE F-01D. Both tablets will be released next month, come with Android Honeycomb, and have… Read More

  • Just Give ‘Em Away. Buy A Samsung HDTV From Best Buy, Get A Samsung Android Tablet

    Just Give ‘Em Away. Buy A Samsung HDTV From Best Buy, Get A Samsung Android Tablet

    Best Buy and Samsung are going to move a few more Galaxy Tabs next week. Starting on Sunday, if you buy a top-tier Samsung 3D HDTV for $1500 or $2000, you’ll also go home with a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. So, in other words, if you buy an over-hyped HDTV, Best Buy is going to unload a GalTab on you. Sounds great for the buyer, but the one-week promotion speaks volumes about the current… Read More

  • I Don’t Think We’ll Be Seeing These Galaxy Tab Smart Covers Stateside

    I Don’t Think We’ll Be Seeing These Galaxy Tab Smart Covers Stateside

    While I’m not quite ready to lay charges of criminal nepotism at Samsung’s feet, I do have to say that it seems a bit unwise, during high-stakes patent litigation, to lend their brand to such an incredibly blatant knock-off. Read More

  • Samsung CTO Responsible For The Galaxy Tab Line Steps Down

    Omar Khan, the Samsung CTO who was responsible for the rise of the GalTab and other Android-powered smartphones, is moving to Citibank to handle that company’s global digital banking initiatives. He will be replaced by Nick Dicarlo and Gavin Kim in “product and service spokesperson responsibilities for Samsung Mobile.” Clearly this whole hardware thing didn’t work out… Read More

  • Samsung's Galaxy Tab 8.9 Hits The FCC

    We caught a brief glimpse of the Galaxy Tab 8.9 about a month ago, but it’s just now hitting the FCC for all its tests, readings, and diagnostics. The new Tab is much the same as the old Tab (i.e. the 10.1) but packed into a smaller package. I’m excited for better pixel density, though Samsung is also working on a monster increase in resolution. The 8.9 has a 3G radio communicating… Read More

  • Want A USB Port On Your Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1? That Will Be $20, Sir

    Android 3.x natively supports USB hosts, which, as in the case of the Acer Iconia Tab allows users to plug in cameras, input devices and flash drives without any hassle. But a full size USB port isn’t including on the brand new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (or the Xoom, for that matter) Samsung instead went the Apple Dock Connector route and installed a proprietary 30-pin port. No worries… Read More

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