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Samsung wins reconsideration of Galaxy Tab sales ban

Apple vs. Samsung

A U.S. appeals court ruled on Friday that a lower court should reconsider a sales ban against Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 won by Apple in a patent dispute with the South Korean electronics maker.


Apple wins Samsung Australia ban

An Australian court temporarily bans the sale of Samsung Electronics' tablet computer in Australia.


Court Lifts Ban on Galaxy Sales

A German court said it partly lifted the preliminary injunction banning Samsung Electronics from selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet computer in most of the EU.


Android tablet makers giving up, moving to big smartphones

Android tablet makers giving up, moving to big smartphones

A number of Android smartphone makers who have turned their hand to Android tablets to try cash in on the tablet PC category dominated by the iPad are said to giving up. Instead, their focus has switched back from tablets to the development of larger, high-end smartphones with 4- to 5-inch displays. According to Digitimes, only Samsung has made any significant inroads into the segment, claiming a 10% share.

Senh: It's all about the interface. Samsung's Galaxy Tab looks a lot like the iPad with an intuitive interface. The Motorola Xoom tablet with all its widgets looks too complicated for the average person.


Why I Just Dumped the iPad (Hint: Size Matters)

After nine months with the iPad, I've sold it. Yes, it's amazing and has single-handedly redefined the tablet market. But I didn't sell my iPad because a new iPad is coming soon. Instead, I found a device that meets the same needs yet offers increased portability.

Senh: Interesting, I find the Galaxy Tab absolutely useless if you already own a 4.3" smartphone. But to each his own.


Samsung Galaxy Tab is the New Presidential tablet PC

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev published in his twitter page his recent experience of the Samsung Galaxy Tab after purchasing one.


Samsung Galaxy Tab Now Available From Verizon Wireless

Customers interested in Samsung's Android-based Galaxy Tab can now purchase one from Verizon Wireless for $600.


Asustek To Unleash Tablets Powered By Microsoft, Google, Intel, And Nvidia Against The iPad

Asustek To Unleash Tablets Powered By Microsoft, Google, Intel, And Nvidia Against The iPad

Unleash the tablet PCs! Asustek is planning on launching a whole pack of tablets. As Joe Stalin once said, sometimes quantity has a quality all its own. Research In Motion’s Playbook tablet is coming early next year. Samsung will start selling the Galaxy Tab in November. Now Asustek Computer President Jerry Shen says he plans to launch five — FIVE! — tablets next year. Take that Steve Jobs.


Sprint to Sell Samsung Tablet for $400

Sprint said it plans to sell Samsung's Galaxy Tab tablet for $400, or a third less than Verizon Wireless, though Sprint will require a two-year service contract.


Galaxy Tab to Cost $600

Galaxy Tab to Cost $600

Samsung's Galaxy Tab, one of the first tablets to rival Apple's iPad, will hit Verizon Wireless stores Nov. 11 and cost $599.99.


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