Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung Galaxy Tab £199 subsidized or £599 unlocked tips distributor

Samsung Galaxy Tab £199 subsidized or £599 unlocked tips distributor

Samsung is still keeping quiet on exactly what the RRP for their Galaxy Tab slate will be when it launches in the UK on November 1st, but trade distributor Micro P seem determined to tip their hand early.  Mobile Division General Manager John Doughty told T3 that the 7-inch Android tablet would have an RRP of £599 when sold unlocked and SIM-free, or a recommended £199 subsidized price.

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“Porn” button on Samsung Galaxy Tab is error not erotica

“Porn” button on Samsung Galaxy Tab is error not erotica

A combination of localization and ill-considered abbreviation has seemingly left the Romanian version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab with a "Porn" button, though the only risque picture it'll show you is whatever you've set as the desktop wallpaper.  Mobilissimo spotted the oddly named control on a Romanian-language version of the Galaxy Tab, where "Home" has been translated as "Porn".

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Samsung Galaxy Tab priced; NYT, WSJ and USA Today apps incoming?

Samsung Galaxy Tab priced; NYT, WSJ and USA Today apps incoming?

Samsung's Galaxy Tab may be an expensive little blighter, but the 7-inch Android slate is apparently getting attention from news agencies hoping to broaden their sales - and footprint - beyond Apple's iPad.  According to the WSJ's sources, their own publishers - together with the New York Times and USA Today - are all working on Galaxy Tab news apps.  Meanwhile, according to MobilityMinded, Dutch pricing for the 7-inch Samsung slate has been set.

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The Daily Slash: October 5th 2010

The Daily Slash: October 5th 2010

Welcome to the Tuesday edition of The Daily Slash. Today was a pretty steady day for news, especially towards the end of the night. With CTIA kicking off, Motorola came out of the gate swinging, offering up full announcements for plenty of devices. But, in our story from around the Web, it looks like NVIDIA is starting to sell their own branded GPUs. And then, as usual, we'll wrap up what's been going on around the R3 Media Network.

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