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ZAGG Keys SOLO Portable Keyboard for Android Available for Pre-Order

Today the popular invisible shield and screen protector maker ZAGG that I'm sure most of you have used in the past have just released their new portable keyboard for Android devices. This new keyboard will support a very wide array of mobile devices including those iDevice things but we won't mention those here. Originally listed as a tablet and iPad keyboard it also supports the HTC Flyer, HTC Sensation, Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy S and many more of our Android friends.

Best Buy Takes Tablets Seriously with Massive Floor Setting

Starting this week in earnest, Best Buy will be revolutionizing the way you see tablets. That is, they're dedicating quite a bit of floor space to the cause, and you're not going to be able to see the laptops and the desktop computers without first having to get through the tablet gallery. In a move that can only point toward one thing, Best Buy's suddenly shown their understanding of the way the market's turning, and turning quick. In addition, as I'm sure you've already guessed, the majority of these tables are Androids, or in the case of the Barnes & Noble tablets, have Android in them, and Best Buy has most of them in stock!

Win a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7″ Over at Taco Bell

It seems they have moved on from the Taco Bell Chihuahua named Gidget that was used for years of advertisements for Taco Bell and now they are offering some mobile gadgets for everyone to get in on. Right now at participating Taco Bell stores you can win a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7" (not the new 10") just by buying a large drink or any combo.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Coming this Fall, but with Gingerbread

Our friends at Crunchgear are reporting what sounds like the next Galaxy Tab 7" that will replace the original Samsung Galaxy Tab. We aren't sure exactly what to call it, but with the current lineup I'd assume they'll just call it the Galaxy Tab 7". From what we are reading this may be good news, or bad but it looks like it will basically be a giant Galaxy S II and that isn't really a bad thing if you look at the specs.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wifi Edition Hands-On and Unboxing

Behold! The thinnest and lightest tablet of them all! It's straight outta Samsung and it's got the newest Android system, that being Android 3.1 Honeycomb (as opposed to 3.0, that is,) and it's coming right at cha. Know before we start in here that we've gotten a look at the slightly earlier edition of this tablet in the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Google I/O Limited Edition Review, but that this version is more of a "complete" version of the tablet in that it will hopefully be free of blemishes. We'll have our eyes glancing sideways at that while we give this masterpiece of a bit of hardware a full-on look over a full review period. Meanwhile, lets have a look!

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 Galaxy Tab 10.1 Available at Best Buy

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is all set to start hitting the shelves soon. Starting today June 8th it will be for sale at the Union Square Best Buy in New York City, but for everyone else we are now hearing that pre-orders from Best Buy are under way today as well. Samsung is busy letting everyone know that this amazing tablet is now up for pre-order by sending emails out to just about everyone they can. If you don't live in NYC then feel free to head to Best Buy and get this super thin tablet ordered.

Samsung sells 1.3m Galaxy S II in Korea; promises successor in 1H 2011 plus 4G Galaxy Tab

Samsung has announced that it has broken the 1m sales barrier for the Galaxy S II in South Korea, smashing sales records in the process. Meanwhile, mobile comms chief J.K. Shin has confirmed that a sequel to the GSII, aka the "Galaxy S III", is planned for the first half of 2012, while a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G slate should arrive later in the year. Details on the two new devices are unknown, with Shin only saying that the tablet would be built upon, and improve, what the current Galaxy Tab models offer. The 4G standard it will support is also unclear, so it could be LTE, WiMAX, HSPA+ or - most likely - all three to suit the various carriers. Samsung actually sold 1.3m GSII units in May, Shin says; the original Galaxy S took 70 days to reach the 1m mark. As for the ongoing legal battle between Samsung and Apple, Shin dismisses it as not being "legally problematic."  "We didn't copy Apple's design" the exec insisted, "we have used many similar designs over the past years."

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7″ 3G on sale for $259 at Woot

No Woot-off going on today but the ever so popular woot.com does have a little android treat for sale today. For those that don't know Woot they have one sale a day, and that is it (excluding woot-offs). So if you want to get in on the action you better act fast. If you're looking for a great way to get into an android tablet at a low price this would probably be your best bet. They have the 16GB Wifi AND 3G Samsung Galaxy Tab from Sprint for $259.
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