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Google Lets IO Tab 10.1 Recipients Know 3.1 is Waiting

We reported over a week ago now, that Honeycomb 3.1 is available for the limited edition version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, given away at Google IO. Today Google sent an email to those lucky owners officially letting them know of the upgrade, as well as some instructions for the download. The 3.1 upgrade brings some nice updates to the tablet version of Android, so if you haven't gotten the update yet for your IO Tab, check your inbox.

Certain Galaxy Tab 10.1 might be getting sold with Unlocked Bootloader?

If you haven't rushed to the nearest Best Buy or Fry's Electronics to get yourself a shiny new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 we might have some news that will make you want one. Just like we told you yesterday the Tab is officially for sale starting today. Now some reports are streaming in that some lucky users that went home and turned their Tab on were greeted with a familiar splash screen we have seen before. It shows as being "unlocked"

Winner Announced for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 “Unboxing War” Thanks Everyone!

Android wins again! The time has finally come and we are announcing the winner of our Unboxing War: Number One contest. In case you missed it, earlier in May we decided to spice up the unboxing and hands-on video of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 by doing two at the same time and let you -- the readers decide who was best for a chance to win your very own Galaxy Tab 10.1 to enjoy. It was a close battle in the unboxing between Vince and Ben but in the end it was you readers that got to decide who was king.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi Official Info Video Released

We have all heard plenty about the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Tablet that is launching tomorrow. We wrote up a reminder post this morning for all you readers as well. It looks like Samsung is also taking the opportunity today to remind everyone about the amazingly thin, light, and powerful Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablet they are releasing with a nice video showing just about every detail imaginable about the tablet.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi Version Available Nationwide Tomorrow

Get your wallets and or plastic ready because tomorrow the thinnest and lightest Android tablet is being released nationwide. The extremely thin and extremely lightweight Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi version is going to be for sale across multiple sites and retailers everywhere. It will be available at places like Best Buy in-store and online, Fry's Electronics, Amazon, and more. You should all know plenty about this tablet already, it is running on Android 3.1 the latest version of Honeycomb and it is super thin and impressive to say the least.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 USB Adapter for All your USB Hosting Needs

One of the coolest new features in the 3.1 upgrade to Honeycomb was the ability to let your tablet act as a USB host. Unfortunately this usually requires a full sized USB port, which most Android tablets don't have without an adapter. The Galaxy Tab 10.1, sleek and sexy though it is, unfortunately has no standard USB port to make use of it. Samsung tweeted today about an adapter, which has just gone on sale, to convert the strangely Apple-esque port on the Galaxy Tab to a full USB one, allowing you to get your host on.

Polish Mall Booth Revives 1.2 GHz Galaxy Tab 10.1 Rumor

Someone out there was obviously pretty convinced that Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 was supposed to have a 1.2 GHz processor. Last week we reported that Vodafone was listing the new tablet with a beefed up processor without a name, rather than the 1 GHz Tegra 2 that Samsung's website, and common knowledge would tell you it had. That turned out to be false, but the rumor has sprung back to life with a sighting of this sign on a Samsung booth in a mall in Poland.

Samsung to Provide Galaxy Tab 10.1 to American Airlines for Premium Class In-Flight Entertainment

You first-class passengers are about to get a little bit more classy, a whole heck of a lot more classy if Samsung has anything to say about it. Samsung has just sealed a "landmark agreement" with American Airlines to provide Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android tablets to Premium Class passengers for in-flight entertainment. This move will start with 6,000 tablets deployed later this year (2011) and will replace the current personal entertainment device (which, I'm sure they'd admit, was untastefully out of date,) this happening on transcontinental flights between New York’s JFK and Los Angeles, JFK and San Francisco, and Miami and Los Angeles.
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