Galaxy Tab

Android 2.3 Gingerbread Release for Galaxy Tab, Vibrant, Incredible S, Desire Z, ATRIX

You're gonna love this - a leak has come through on Bell for the update dates (in general) for Android 2.3 Gingerbread for the following devices: Samsung Galaxy Tab (original), Samsung Galaxy S (Vibrant), HTC Incredible S, HTC Desire Z, and Motorola ATRIX. Each of these devices will be upgraded to the newest Android system in turn, all of them coming out inside the next few months this summer, 2011. Would you like to know more? Heck yes, cookies!

Hungry Sharks passes 6 Million downloads on Android, Releases Hungry Sharks 3

In case you've never played Hungry Sharks 1 or 2 I'd highly recommend you give it a try, just don't let your kids play it. It's a exciting and fast paced game where you can control a shark and basically eat everything in your path. It may not sound all that fun but it gets pretty hard as time goes on and you start to get hungry and eventually die if you don't eat enough. With fish, birds, jellyfish, and humans all in the water there is plenty to eat but it does run out. It is actually really amusing and a great way to pass the time, I've played both plenty.

Galaxy Tab 10.1 Google I/O Edition Honeycomb 3.1 update rolling out now

If you were one of the lucky few (5,000) live at Google I/O 2011 this year then you probably received a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 courtesy of Google. They gave all those lucky and faithful developers a tablet to keep. News today is those fancy Limited Edition Galaxy Tab's are now getting the OTA update to Android 3.1 Honeycomb. All you have to do is sign in to the Galaxy Tab with your Samsung account or make a new one and then hit "check for updates" in the about me page.

Motorola Xoom, Galaxy Tab, iPad 2: Drop Test Comparison [Video]

It is always painfully fun to watch these types of video clips. You know it is exciting, but deep down you wish they would just give you the toys instead. That is the the thought that always runs through my head. What we have here is a drop test of a few of our favorite tablet devices. That odd looking iDevice goes first, then the Galaxy Tab 7", and last the heaviest of them all the Motorola Xoom.

Samsung Hints at Lowering Galaxy Tab Prices Lower than $199 [10.1 and 8.9 too?]

In an interview given with the Wall Street Journal today (May 30, 2011,) JK Shin, head of Samsung Mobile Communications, hinted at several important points, the most immediately important of which being that although they'd very recently reduced the price of the Samsung Galaxy Tab (original 7-inch) to $199 - and that the "company would be willing to lower prices further in order to gain more share." This comes amid news that Samsung did indeed have "plans to deepen its relationship with Google Inc. by depending on the U.S. company's Android mobile device software to run future versions of its tablets."

Galaxy Tab 8.9 Hits the FCC, Coming Soon!

I know you all are just like me and are excited and anxiously awaiting the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 to hit store shelves. Its super thin and will most likely be a big seller. I think 8.9" is the perfect size and feels just right in the hand. Recently we mentioned the Tab 10.1 would be hitting stores in the next few days, and now we are seeing the Tab 8.9 hit the FCC. Things are looking better and better and hopefully I can get my hands on this device soon. Check out our Galaxy Tab 10.1 hands-on while you are here.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 gets another Hands-On [video]

Today we have another hands-on for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 that we can't wait to see more of. We posted a short video back earlier this month of the 8.9 you can see that here. This next video below is not in English, so it is just for your viewing pleasure but any android fan should understand it, and probably wish they could show these "hands-on" guys how the multi-tasking system works on 3.0 Honeycomb, as they seem confused.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 getting Android 2.3.3 update in Italy

The Samsung Galaxy Tab is a nice little tablet by most standards. The device has a nice screen even if that screen might be too small for some users that are more apt to want the larger 10-inch screen that are on tablets like the iPad and others. One of the biggest complaints of some users about the Tab is the older version of the Android OS that the machine uses. The Tab shipped with Android 2.2 onboard. I am sure that a lot of users were hoping that the Android 3.0 update make it to the Galaxy Tab soon. Before the 3.0 update comes, Samsung has upped the OS to Gingerbread.

Exclusive: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Hands-On and Unboxing by Vic Gundotra

Well what do you know? We've got no less than Sr Vice President of Engineering at Google Vic Gundotra unboxing the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for us, right in front of your eyeballs. This took place early in the day during Google I/O 2011, right after the gigantic 50 minute keynote speech that included everything from a new movie rental service to the logo for Ice Cream Sandwich. And of course it played host to the announcement that everyone in attendance (Oprah Moment) would be getting a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for free! Have a look at how Vic thinks it feels and marvel at the beauty!

The Amazon Tablet is a rumor that refuses to die

DigiTimes is reporting that Taiwan based Quanta Computer has received a monthly order from Amazon for up to 800,000 tablet PCs at peak production. The tablets are expected to ship in the second half of 2011, making an Amazon Tablet ready to hit the market just in time for the holidays. Quanta is no stranger to tablets, being an OEM partner for both RIM and Sony. So, is it a credible rumor? Well, the touch screens are expected to be made by E Ink Holdings, which provides the screens on the Kindle. They use an electrophoretic display supported by Fringe Field Switching technology, which is just a fancy way of saying they've got great color gamut and bright, bold colors, according to Wiki.
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