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On the surface, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 appears to be little more than a low-key refresh of its six-month-old predecessor, the in-betweener Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. And while that’s true, the Tab 2’s noticeably lower cost - around £250 but as low as £175 on eBay - coupled with its numerous features give it a unique selling point.

Samsung has launched the Beam, an Android 2.3-based smartphone that comes with an integrated projector that can project a 50-inch high-definition image, the company said on Sunday.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 may not be the sleekest tablet we've ever laid eyes on, but it packs the latest version of Android, known as Ice Cream Sandwich. Its specs are perfectly respectable, if a tad uninspiring. We look forward to giving it the full review treatment soon.

Samsung Electronics sold more than 13 million mobile phones in Korea in 2011, accounting for a 53-percent share of the market. That means every other mobile phone user in the country has a Samsung handset.

Apple Inc. on Friday scored another win against Samsung Electronics Co. in a global patent war as a German court backed an injunction banning the South Korean company from selling its tablet computers in Germany.

Samsung has introduced a steppedup version of its tablet computer, adding a few inches to the seveninch model that marked its first foray into the tablet market.

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Samsung the top mobile phone provider in the U.S. has today officially confirmed the launch of its WiFi-only Galaxy Tablet. According to Samsung, the new Samsung Galaxy Tablet will be hitting the retail stores and Web sites across US on April 10th with a price tag of $349.99.

Motorola's Xoom Android tablet is now available, but how is it selling? Not so well, according to the number crunchers at Deutsche Bank, who've estimated that the Honeycomb device has shifted 100,000 units so far.

In UK, Samsung is trying hard to grab the attention of the tablet users to its new Galaxy Tab, before the near immenient release of Apple's iPad 2.

You know who took the iPad 2 launch pretty seriously? Samsung, that's who. Just as we had heard, the company's executives were impressed by Apple's ability to slim down its tablet and, well, it turns out that it took it as a challenge to come up with some thinner tablets of its own.

If you are currently undecided on whether to pick up the new iPad 2 or Motorola Xoom tablet devices, we have a detailed comparison between the two as well as the Samsung Galaxy Tab, which shows you exactly what the camera quality is like on each device.

There are still twelve hours to go before Samsung unveils its new products at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but somehow there are already a series of pictures allegedly "from the event." We're not complaining, though, because four of them show off the new 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab II.

Yet another rumor has surfaced on the Internet about Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab getting an Android Gingerbread 2.3 upgrade at the end of Q1 or beginning of Q2.

Samsung said it had moved one million Galaxy Tabs less than two months after launch and less than a month after its U.S. launch on T-Mobile on November 10. Apple (AAPL) sold 2 million iPads in its first two months, though those weren't holiday shopping months (nor did Apple have any competition).

The Samsung Galaxy Tab is an Android 2.2 (Froyo)-based compact tablet computer released on September 2 and has made quite an impact worldwide. It can also act as a (very large) smartphone, with support for audio calls, as well as video calls, not to mention SMS.

Apple's position at the top of the smartphone pile may be in doubt, according to a survey by UK mobile site goodmobilephones.co.uk. A month long survey of customer searches revealed that Apple's iPhone 4 came a paltry sixth in the top ten list of handsets searched for, losing out to - count 'em - three competing handsets from Apple arch-nemesis HTC.

The price of the Android-based Samsung Galaxy Tab has been discounted once more, this time using a voucher code from one of the most popular high street vendors, to cut its price to £444 only.

The folks at the register have complied a PDF comparing the technical specs of current tablet computing devices.

Carphone Warehouse and a few other retailers have quietly dropped the price of the Samsung Galaxy Tab to £489.99 in what is the first round of cuts to hit the Android tablet; the phone was launched for £530 in October.

Samsung Electronics predicted on Thursday that its Galaxy Tab will sell at least one million units by December and unveiled plans to make other sizes of its flagship tablet for the booming market.

Samsung Galaxy Tab, the first tablet PC the South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung brought to the market with Google's Android operating system on board, is expected to surpass the 1 million units sold mark before the end of the ongoing year.

This time next year the second gen Samsung Galaxy Tab might sport a seven inch Super AMOLED screen.

Samsung's rival to the Apple iPad will be used as a hi-tech tourism tool in the run-up to the London 2012 Games, it has been announced.

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Samsung Electronics today announced the launch of Galaxy Tab, its tablet personal computer, at a price of Rs 38,000, to take on the the might of Apple's iPad, which is still to be officially launched but is already available at a much steeper price of Rs 48,000 in the grey market.

O2, Orange, Vodafone and Carphone Warehouse publish tariffs for iPad rival

The Samsung Galaxy Tab has finally arrived, and O2, Orange, Vodafone and Carphone Warehouse are all offering deals to attract business users to buy the Android 2.2 powered tablet.