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Samsung Thinks Its Galaxy Tab Is 'Inadequate' Next to iPad 2

Since your writer is an Apple fangirl, there is nothing she enjoys more than a bit of corporate schadenfreude whenever tech manufacturers grit their collective teeth at Apple's latest release of yet another much-hyped device. Poor Samsung, the maker of the Android-based Galaxy Tab, has decided to reconsider its tablet's pricing, and, according to Executive VP Lee Don-Joo, "improve the parts that...

Best Tablets of CES: Xoom, VIA, Tab and PlayBook Lead the Way

We're quickly coming up on a year since the iPad was released, and while opinions may have been divided early on, there's simply no questioning now that Apple's take on the tablet PC singlehandedly made that long-failing device category suddenly viable. Apple didn't invent the tablet; it was simply the first to craft one that was compelling enough to finally win over consumers. Along the way, it...

Samsung Galaxy Tab: Is the Android Tablet an iPad Competitor?

The Galaxy Tab has been positioned by Samsung to be the first serious competitor to the iPad, and it's quite successfully living up to the hype. On paper, the seven-inch Android tablet (essentially a super-sized Galaxy S phone) has a lot going for it, like its impressively wide carrier support. Although Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T are offering versions of the Tab at different prices...

Galaxy Tab Lands, the Web Weighs In on the iPad Competitor

The Samsung Galaxy Tab is out, and the reviews are in. (We're still waiting on our own review unit.) Overall, the reactions are positive, although the good reviews are not without their caveats. Despite Steve Jobs's somewhat confusing declaration that 7-inch touchscreens are too small, most reviewers found that size wasn't an issue. Neither was the underlying Android OS, which Google insists...

PlayStation Move Available on Amazon, Galaxy Tab Gets Release Details

Highlights from this morning's big tech headlines... Sony's motion gaming system, the PlayStation Move, is now available on Amazon for about a hundred bones. [From: Engadget] The Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet is coming to AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. The 7-inch device should land sometime this October or November. [From: Engadget] Toys "R" Us is getting into...

iTunes 10 Finally Out for Download, 'Angry Birds' Dive-Bombing to Android

Highlights from this morning's big tech headlines The Ping social network-infused iTunes 10 finally landed last night, and it's available for download. [From: Apple] The ever popular 'Angry Birds' game has been confirmed as being released to Android phones this Friday. [From: TalkAndroid] Also late last night, Twitter launched its official free app for iPad, bringing multiple account...