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Verizon to be first US carrier to offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab?

Samsung may have announced last night that all four major US wireless carriers will offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 inch Google Android tablet. But each of those carriers put out press releases of their own, explaining some of the launch details. Nobody’s saying anything about pricing yet, and it looks like the tablet could […]

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Samsung introduces Media Hub online media store

Samsung is taking on Apple big-time with its new offerings. Not only did the company announce that its Galaxy Tab 7 inch Android tablet would be available on all 4 major US carriers by the holidays (with a WiFi-only version coming soon for folks who don’t like contracts), but the company is also introducing a […]

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Samsung launches Galaxy Tab Android tablet on all 4 major carriers

Samsung has officially announced that the Galaxy Tab 7 inch Android tablet is coming to the US — in a big way. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 inch Android tablet will be available through AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless. The Samsung Glaaxy Tab has a 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor, a 1024 x 600 pixel […]

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Toshiba Folio 100 visits the FCC

Toshiba still dhasn’t announced any launch plans for a US version of the Toshiba Folio Android tablet unveiled in Berlin earlier this month, but the folks at Wireless Goodness noticed that the tablet has made an appearance on the FCC web site. Actually, the Folio 100 shows up in a filing by Atheros, makers of […]

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ViewSonic G-Tablet with NVIDIA Tegra, 10 inch screen coming to America

The ViewSonic G-Tablet is a 10 inch slate computer running Google Android 2.2. It might not dual boot Windows 7 and Android like the ViewSonic ViewPad 100, but that’s because the G-Tablet has an ARM-based NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor which should offer better battery life while still providing 3D grahics acceleration and support for Flash […]