Galaxy Tab

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Verizon LTE Review

Meet the latest tablet from team Samsung and Verizon complete with 4G LTE and a 7.7" AMOLED HD display. The Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE is the newest member of the ever-growing range of Samsung tablets and fits in between all the other sizes they've released as of late. The Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE has a dual-core processor and one of the best displays we've seen on a tablet -- and has us very impressed. Read on for our full thoughts and plenty of pictures.

Samsung preparing two Android 4.0 tablets, GT-P3100 gets WiFi certification

Samsung had a pretty weak showing at this years CES show and latest reports suggest they wont be announcing much for phones at the upcoming Mobile World Congress event in a few weeks either. What we do have though is the possibility of two impressive Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablets from Samsung. New reports are claiming that Samsung has two quad-core tablets they are preparing and now we are seeing some new Tabs clear WiFi certification too.

CyanogenMod 9 lands on the Original Galaxy Tab [Video]

While Samsung went back and forth regarding the original Tab and its possibilities for an upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, that hasn't stopped developers from diving in head first to port the latest from Google to the slate. We've seen a few ports running on the original Galaxy Tab but today we have something even better -- CyanogenMod 9 booting up and running great.

Samsung Galaxy Tabs also appear with white version — looks nice

We've been seeing a huge shift in Android lately with carriers offering white versions of smartphones. Mainly from Samsung with their all popular and famous Galaxy S II line and recently the Galaxy Nexus. Today we have a few images of the Samsung Galaxy Tablet both the 7" and 10" model sporting the color white.

Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab may get “Value Pack” instead of ICS

After considerable backlash from owners and press alike over their decision to forgo Android 4.0 upgrades for the various Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab models, Samsung announced yesterday that they were considering alternatives in order to get Ice Cream Sandwich to customers. At least one option was disabling certain features, possibly including Samsung's custom skin TouchWiz. Today Korean website Daum reports that Samsung may be following another path, in the form of a smaller "Value Pack" software update.

Samsung may release ICS update for the Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab after complaints

Samsung made a splash the other day when it announced that it had no plans to update the various original Galaxy S models and the Galaxy Tab to Ice Cream Sandwich. Users of the popular devices were less than pleased, especially when the company noted that one of the primary reasons that their phones wouldn't be updated was the presence of the TouchWiz interface overlay. According to a MSN South Korean, the manufacturer is reevaluating its position on the matter after being inundated with complaints from angry Galaxy owners.

Galaxy Tab and Galaxy S won’t get ICS updates, sky continues to be blue

Considering how hard it is to get Android manufacturers to update nearly new phones to the latest official software version, it should be no surprise that Samsung has declined to upgrade the Galaxy S line of smartphones and the original Galaxy Tab to Ice Cream Sandwich. The company confirmed the news on its Samsung Tomorrow (translated) blog, disappointing many and surprising few. If you can read Korean or make sense of the Google translation, it looks like TouchWiz is a primary culprit.

The Galaxy Tab gets some iLuv with ArtStation Pro speaker dock

Despite beating the pants off of iOS in basically every market, Android's plurality of devices and form factors makes it tough for accessory manufacturers to commit to anything more risky than cases and chargers. But iLuv is serving users of one of the most popular Android tablet lines with its very own speaker dock, to the joy of Galaxy Tab owners and the sorrow of their suddenly slimmer wallets. The ArtStation Pro Audio Dock is compatible with the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, 7.7, 8.9 and 10.1.

Original Samsung Galaxy Tab joins the Ice Cream Sandwich party

Custom ROMs upgrading older devices to a shiny new version of Ice Cream Sandwich are coming every day now, and while we aren't giving every single one its own story, this one deserves its time in the spotlight. The original 7-inch Galaxy Tab, the first mainstream Android tablet, is finally getting the OS it so richly deserves. The ever-vigilant members of XDA-Developers are testing out an alpha version of the ROM right now, and if you've got a Galaxy Tab handy, you can do the same.
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