Samsung Galaxy Tab has revealed that the tablet will lack Skype support at launch, together with the carrier's V Cast and NFL Mobile apps. The news, passed on by an Engadget tipster, comes as a disappointment, considering Verizon has blocked voice call functionality on their slate. The scrap of hope is in Verizon's wording, which suggests the three apps will be absent "at launch"; that implies a subsequent release, hopefully sooner rather than later. Verizon's version of the Galaxy Tab will go on sale come November 11, priced at $599.99 with an optional contract-free data package.
Monthly Archive: December 2013
Wall Street Journal asking who makes the best mobile operating system late last week. When we posted Google was clearly ahead with 52.5% of the votes [that's 3627 out of 6,906]. However something strange has happened since we last saw the results.
(See: French, German, Italian, and Spanish,), but now that there's all sorts of people like skateboarders and chubby bunnies using the function, Google's decided to up the ante. Now they've got voice recognition for Polish, Czech, Turkish, and Russia (where voice read you!)