The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 inch has made it’s way online in a great hands on video done by AndroidHD. Not much new here other than a real good look at the Tablet that has yet to give an official launch date. Maybe we’ll hear more about it at the event on March 22nd at CTIA from Samsung.
This graphic sure doesn’t look like it leaves much room for the iPad tablet competitors to fight over when it comes down to it. Really, all other tablets are scavenging for the remaining 18% of the tablet market. That means that 82% of future tablet buyers are going to get an iPad.
Motorola will finally live up to the advertisements for the Xoom at launch, and release Flash 10.2, or at the very least begin rolling it out tonight to all Xoom devices. It should be known as well, that any Xoom which is rooted or has an unlocked bootloader will need to be reverted back to unrooted and re-locked.
After we reported yesterday that Sprint would be putting out 3 new devices, one of which was said to the the EVO View 4G tablet from HTC, we see this going in for trademarking.
You gotta love competition in technology, because usually, it means that prices go down fast. That may be the same with Samsung as they reconsider their pricing model for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 inch model after Apple announced the iPad 2. Basically, Samsung saw what Apple did, looked at their own tablet, and went ‘Whoa! [...]
If you worked at RIM right now, would you be worried about how well the PlayBook is going to do against the other tablets on the market, especially the Apple iPad 2, with a launch date of April when the iPad 2 is launching a month before that? HECK YES! RIM is going to be [...]