The Nook brand stormed back into relevance a couple weeks ago with the announcement of a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 custom-designed for reading. But did it really? Does the new Nook experience knock your socks off? When I used the Nook tab, my socks stayed firmly on my feet.
Itching for a new Nook tablet? Well, you are getting one either way! The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook is here to rescue you from a Nookless existence.
Sonos Inc, makers of wireless HiFi stereo systems, announced a system software update today that promises a host of new features as well as deeper integration with two of the Internet's largest streaming music providers. Here's what's new.
The funny thing about the small army of Android tablets that've come out over the last few months is that they've all been nearly exactly the same, software-wise. With TouchWiz, Samsung's the first to tweak Google's Honeycomb to its own, different whims.
Samsung's larger Android-running Galaxy Tab is going on sale at Verizon this Thursday, both in-store and online.
This little Samsung attachment will let your Galaxy Tab 10.1 take advantage of Honeycomb's USB host mode, which lets you connect game controllers and cameras and extend the functionality of the touchscreen device.
Not only is American Airlines offering in-flight streaming on passengers' devices, they're also stocking the first class cabin with 6,000 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab tablets in total.
Is there any danger of Apple cribbing ideas from Samsung, who was ordered in the patent-infringement case to show them five unreleased phones and tablets? Nah, I doubt it—but it's a strike against Samsung, for sure.
Samsung's mobile VP Lee Don-Joo has taken a look at the iPad 2 and decided that his own Galaxy Tab 10.1 isn't up to scratch. Speaking to the Korean Yonhap news agency, he said that "We will have to improve the parts that are inadequate."
Looks like Samsung is announcing the the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab II at Mobile World Congress this week. The Galaxy S II is expected to rock a 4.3-inch 800 x 480 Super AMOLED Plus display, and 1GHz dual-core processor with NFC, Bluetooth 3.0, and 24Mbps HSPA+. The Galaxy Tab II is going to be 10-inches (nice!) and…
I suppose it makes more financial sense for the third-party accessories ecosystem to churn out Apple cases and ignore the rest, but it's good to see Griffin recognize another tablet: the Samsung Galaxy Tab. It was beginning to feel left-out!
Two cameras, one device. You don't say.