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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: February 8, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: February 8, 2012

Zdravstvuj everyone! Especially our Russian friends. Yes, that weird word at the beginning of this post is "hello" in Russian, and is the perfect segue into our first story on today's evening wrap-up: Siri may get Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, and Russian language support in March. As we all know, Siri won't rest until she's taken over the entire world. That's something to worry about, but luckily the privacy issues people had with the iPhone's Path won't be. A Path update went live today to try to resolve the problem.

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Samsung outfits London Eye with Galaxy Tabs

Samsung outfits London Eye with Galaxy Tabs

The London Eye is one of the most remarkable tourist attractions in the British capital city. It's a uniquely shaped observation tower filled with "capsules" that allow visitors to see all the major sights that London has to offer. It is one of the newest and most interesting tourist attractions in the city with its unparalleled 360-degree views and modern architecture. And now, it is getting a high-tech makeover courtesy of the Samsung Galaxy Tab.

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Australian court denies Apple appeal, Samsung Galaxy Tab sales ban lifted

Australian court denies Apple appeal, Samsung Galaxy Tab sales ban lifted

Samsung, you win this battle against Apple down under. The Australian court has just officially denied the appeal filed by Apple on their propose sales ban on Samsung's Galaxy Tab. As of now, Samsung is finally cleared to put the Galaxy Tab 10.1 back on the Australian market late next week, just in time for Australian shoppers to check off the tablet on their holiday list during the busy Christmas shopping season (and for Samsung, a naturally higher position on the sales chart, although probably not high enough to stave off Apple).

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus on Amazon now

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus on Amazon now

The seven-inch display-having Samsung Galaxy Tab with a "Plus" at the end of it is now available for pre-order on Amazon. This recently revealed device has not had its shipping date revealed, but you'll be able to pre-order the device from the big A right this very moment. This appears to be the first place in the world that future users will be able to order the device for ownership, with the Galaxy Tab 10.1-inch iteration having been out on the market in several different versions now for several months.

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Samsung announces Galaxy Tab 8.9, Galaxy Player 4.0 and 5.0

Samsung announces Galaxy Tab 8.9, Galaxy Player 4.0 and 5.0

Samsung announced today the immediate availability of its Galaxy Tab 8.9 Android tablet and its soon to arrive Galaxy Player 4.0 and 5.0 media devices. The ultra-thin 8.9-inch tablet was first unveiled back at CTIA 2011 and is the smaller sibling to the popular Galaxy Tab 10.1, while the Galaxy Player 4.0 and 5.0 are handheld devices set to go head to head with Apple's iPod touch.

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Samsung Galaxy Note vs Tab 7.7 vs Galaxy S II

Samsung Galaxy Note vs Tab 7.7 vs Galaxy S II

This week at IFA 2011 in Berlin we've been given the opportunity have quite a few hands-on looks at products from a handful of vendors, but it's the Samsung stand that's got us most interested as their newest line of products are so very comparable to one another. This week revealed to us two brand new devices, that being the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and the Samsung Galaxy Note, the former being the next tablet device in the Galaxy Tab line, the latter being what Samsung is describing as the perfect half-way point between smartphone and tablet. Then there's the Samsung Galaxy S II as it exists on the international market right this second. How do they all compare?

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Revealed with Super AMOLED Plus Display

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Revealed with Super AMOLED Plus Display

What we've come to understand is the world's first mobile tablet utilizing the ultra-bright and lovely Super AMOLED Plus display from Samsung is the Galaxy Tab 7.7, a 7-inch device made for ultimate viewing quality and portability. It's this week at IFA 2011 in Berlin that we're being shown some of the biggest and brightest Android-based devices Samsung has ever offered up, this 7.7-inch display-having tablet now what's essentially the biggest brightest tablet on earth. This tablet also features a fantastically powerful 1.4GHz dual-core processor as well as an ultra-small chassis at just 7.89 millimeters thin and 335 grams (12 ounces) in weight.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 for IFA 2011 in a Bit More Detail

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 for IFA 2011 in a Bit More Detail

The team at Samsung blew the top off of the Android world back in November of 2010 when the released the first real Android tablet effort across the world - what the tech world's next big convention IFA 2011 may hold is the next generation of this very model with an added 0.7-inches and a Super AMOLED display. As we know from leaked details contained in Samsung's own official "Unpacked" app for IFA in Berlin, they certainly will be releasing what's called the Galaxy Tab 7.7. Aside a "Galaxy Note" device that'll likely have something to do with a stylus for mobile devices and the "Wave 3," a Bada device with a 4-inch Super AMOLED display,, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 would be the second reported upgrade to a device already out on the market with slightly lesser specifications.

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Samsung Officially Responds to Apple’s Euro Galaxy Tab 10.1 Sales Block

Samsung Officially Responds to Apple’s Euro Galaxy Tab 10.1 Sales Block

In an official response sent to us just moments ago, Samsung has responded to earlier reports of Apple stopping Samsung from selling their Galaxy Tab 10.1 dual-core Android tablet in essentially the entirety of Europe, having run an injunction against them in Germany. Kim Titus - Samsung Director of Public Relations - has responded by saying that they, Samsung, will take all necessary measures to make sure their intellectual property rights remain in tact.

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