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Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Launching June 24th For $499.99

Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Launching June 24th For $499.99

Today Sprint announced that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi Version will be available at Sprint Stores, www.sprint.com, and other direct channels on June 24th for $499.99. David Owens, Sprint vice president of product development states that the “Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 expands Sprint’s tablet innovation, growing our lineup to five options. This gives Sprint customers a one-stop-shop for all […]

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iPad To Dominate Tablet Market Through 2015, Will Continue To Lose Market Share To Google’s Android

iPad To Dominate Tablet Market Through 2015, Will Continue To Lose Market Share To Google’s Android

According to the latest report by Gartner, Apple’s iOS will continue to dominate the worldwide media tablet market through at least 2015. This year alone, iOS will account for 69% of all media tablets sold in 2011. That’s huge, nearly 70% of all tablets sold this year with either be an iPad or an iPad 2. By 2015, Apple will […]

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Samsung Unveils The Galaxy Tab 10.1 And Galaxy Tab 8.9, Gets Price Point Right This Time, Starting At $499 [Gallery]

Samsung Unveils The Galaxy Tab 10.1 And Galaxy Tab 8.9, Gets Price Point Right This Time, Starting At $499 [Gallery]

The original Samsung Galaxy Tab had lots of potential, whether it lived up to it or not is a matter of contention. In any case it seems that Samsung has learned from the knocks with the original Galaxy Tab, and is introducing two new additions to the Galaxy Tab family, the GALAXY Tab 10.1 and GALAXY Tab 8.9, the world’s […]

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Pressure From Tablets Like The iPad 2, Xoom & Playbook? Amazon Now Offering The Kindle 3G In AT&T Stores, March 6th

Pressure From Tablets Like The iPad 2, Xoom & Playbook? Amazon Now Offering The Kindle 3G In AT&T Stores, March 6th

With every tablet sold, Amazon chances of selling a Kindle to those particular customers dwindles. The success of the Apple iPad, along with the growing Android Tablet offerings should be unsettling to Amazon. All of these devices can provide the services of the Kindle, with much more to add. Now sure, we know that there is little to no glare […]

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