Samsung announced plans to launch a new Galaxy Tab exclusively developed for education, which will be available for K-12 school deployments for the 2014-2015 academic year. Launching as part of the Google Play for Education program, the classroom-ready, 10.1-inch tablet will offer simple set up and device management, access to curated educational content, and other [...]
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We are rocking and rolling with an all new flavor of Android Jelly Bean for our Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2. Thanks to an Android update now available to users, and a wonderful little press release to explain it all, you too could be living the dream and rolling on Android greatness.
The Google I/O Android developers conference kicked off today with a bang. Google just gave away one Limited Edition Google I/O Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1″ Android Honeycomb tablet to each person in attendance.
On April 15th 2011, Apple filed a complaint in the Northern District of California against Samsung Electronics, alleging the Galaxy lineup from Samsung is a blatant copy.
Make no mistake about it, not only has Apple completely reshaped the tablet industry once, but they are doing it again with the iPad 2, and big companies like Samsung know it.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab reeled in over 600,000 sales in its debut month of November 2010. Availability via several major phone carriers, in addition to Black Friday deals, have clearly boosted sales despite a high sticker price. Samsung is on pace to move well over 1 million units before the end of the 2010 calender [...]
The Samsung Galaxy Tab was introduced at the 2010 IFA in Berlin, as the markets first Android based tablet computer. Sporting a compact design and loads of powerful features, many have considered the Samsung Galaxy Tab a potential “iPad killer”.