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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 vs Motorola XOOM vs LG G-Slate

Which one of these things is not like the other - which one of them does not belong? Any lay-person looking at the three tablets in this odd stack up might say the Galaxy Tab 10.1 on account of its white color and custom-etched backing, but look at that little weirdo. The LG G-Slate is one of the latest dual-core tablets to be released in the USA and it's ever-so-slightly smaller than the other two here in this stack-up. It's also got a 3D camera. That's pretty weird. And what about that Motorola XOOM? It's what, several months old. Shouldn't it be extinct by now? Hardly. Behold this week's ultimate battle to the death, Google I/O 2011 style.

Nexus 3 Confirmed by Offhand Comment?

Man, it is not my favorite thing to do to be posting a rumor like this, especially when it can be construed to mean basically anything. Apparently when "asked about the Nexus 3" by Taylor from AndroidandMe, Andy Rubin noted the following: "The Nexus has been the thing that we used to set the bar, and there's always going to be new ones coming out in the market…we'll make an announcement at some point in the future." Wouldn't the man say the same thing if you asked him whether or not future versions of Android would be coming out?

Win a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 by Voting in [AC vs SG Unboxing War Number One!]

You know very well that unboxing videos are about the least interesting - yet necessary - posts we do here in the tech review business, and we know it too, so we thought we'd spice things up a bit with an unboxing that'll never be forgotten. A war! A big huge fight between Android Community and our sister site SlashGear. In Android Community's corner is our hero Ben Bajarin, in the brown shirt, unboxing the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. In SlashGear's corner is Vincent Nguyen in the red shirt, also unboxing...the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Who will win? Who will come out on top? And how does this all add up to you getting a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1?

Google I/O Attendees Given FREE LTE

In a move that continues the oncoming wave of free gear we'll be getting at Google I/O, Samsung and Verizon have handed out cards good for a free Verizon Mobile Hotspot and SIM card, the SIM good for 3 months of complementary service from Verizon. These tickets will be able to be exchanged for the gear tomorrow in the afternoon at the Gear Pick Up location on site. This comes immediately after the announcement that every attendant of the conference will be getting a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 during the first keynote.

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!

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Boot Animation

At Google I/O 2011 we've been allowed to take another hands-on look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, this time with a functioning set of insides. If you'll think back to a few months back to when we were sitting around chilling in Orlando Florida at CTIA 2011, you'll remember that we got to peek at this super lovely device alongside its slightly smaller 8.9" sibling. Back then it was just a dummy though, relying on a separate tester tablet to show off what would eventually become its own user interface: Samsung's TouchWix UX. What we get to see at the pre-party with Samsung at this year's Google I/O is a nearly-fully-functional model of this device, complete with a working version of Android 3.0 Honeycomb.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Hands-On [Video] [Google I/O 2011]

It's about that time again, time to get another hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, this time with a working set of guts! Last time we had our claws around this magical device, it was in Orlando Florida at a super secret event where we were able to see a very early chassis of the device (with a gray/black back and no working insides,) alongside a tablet unit made specifically to show off Samsung's new TouchWiz UX (sort of right alongside TouchWiz 4.0, but made for tablets.) What we're seeing now here at Google I/O is a fully functional Galaxy Tab 10.1 unit, white backed and beautiful!

Samsung Announces May 24th Press Event in NYC

What could this one be? With two big events so close together, you've just got to assume it's going to be a set of amazing phones jamming down the tube. What other event, you ask? Just yesterday we were told about a May 5th event (which we'll also be at,) one that we're banking will be the reveal point of the Samsung Infuse 4G, while this next one on the 24th is bound and determined to be the USA date for everyone's favorite best-selling Android phone line. Can you guess what we're guessing?

Samsung Galaxy Tab wireless TV streaming [Hands on]

Samsung has a new feature for their Galaxy Tabs coming out which will add wireless TV streaming. Chris Davies over at Slashgear got a look at it during IFA 2011. Originally announced back in February, the new feature enables users of the Samsung D7000 or D8000 HDTVs to stream wirelessly to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 10.1 out of the box. It's very similar to Samsung's AllShare DNLA client, but it works the other way, with the HDTV transcoding the signal and sending it wirelessly to the Galaxy Tab.

Samsung’s fake Galaxy Tab interviews scratch heads

The video interviews that Samsung showed during their unveiling of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 8.9 are leaving bloggers scratching their heads. It seems that the interviews, which depict a real estate CEO, are faked. Harry McCracken thought something was up when he noticed that the interviews show a CEO named Joseph Kolinski raving about his 8.9" Galaxy Tab. How could he have one when Samsung itself only had non working models at CTIA? But the mystery deepens.
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