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Apple’s iPad Owned By 82 Percent Of U.S. Tablet Users, Yet The Daily Loses $10 Million

Apple’s iPad Owned By 82 Percent Of U.S. Tablet Users, Yet The Daily Loses $10 Million

A recent study conducted by the Nielsen company has revealed several interesting numbers on current tablet usage in the U.S. and in particular about the usage of the Apple iPad. The survey polled only tablet owners in the U.S. and discovered that 82 percent of them owned an Apple iPad. This number is a huge lead ahead of competing tablets such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab and the Motorola XOOM.

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Samsung: No Super AMOLED tablets this year

Samsung: No Super AMOLED tablets this year

Samsung has apparently axed plans to slot its AMOLED displays into tablets this year, despite targeting a 7-inch Super AMOLED Galaxy Tab replacement in mid-2011. According to a Samsung exec, quoted in Korean paper ddaily, the company now has no plans to use its Super AMOLED or Super AMOLED Plus in any imminent slates, likely due to delays at the 5.5-Gen production line.

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Samsung Smart TV live streaming to Galaxy Tab hands-on [Video]

Samsung Smart TV live streaming to Galaxy Tab hands-on [Video]

Samsung may have had 3D video-on-demand to announce at IFA 2011 this morning, but the company was also demonstrating its smart TV streaming system that can squirt a live video feed from a D7000 or D8000 series HDTV to one of the company's Android-based devices. We grabbed some hands-on time to see whether this is the setup to retire your SlingBox for; check out the video demo and more after the cut.

Video demo after the cut

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Verizon Pushes Updates to Samsung Galaxy Tab, Pantech 4G USB Modem

Verizon Pushes Updates to Samsung Galaxy Tab, Pantech 4G USB Modem

Our pals over at the reddest of mobile carriers, Verizon, are sending out updates today for both their version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab and their lovely Pantech UML290 4G USB modem. You'll be able to access both of these updates immediately if not soon, bot of them minor but essential updates to the basic set of functions that are to be found in each respective device. See here what you'll be getting and furthermore how you're going to get it.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab WiFi finally gets US price & release date

Samsung Galaxy Tab WiFi finally gets US price & release date

Samsung's struggles with the original 7-inch Galaxy Tab would have been much simplified, many believed, if the company brought out a WiFi-only version of the slate, just as Apple did from the get-go with the iPad. Unfortunately it's taken Samsung five to six months to delivery the Samsung Galaxy Tab WiFi (GT-P1010/W16), but at least now we have an official US release date and price.

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Samsung’s WiFi-only Galaxy Tab priced and dated

Samsung’s WiFi-only Galaxy Tab priced and dated

The Samsung Galaxy Tab P1010 - the WiFi-only version of Samsung's 7-inch Android 2.2 tablet - has gone up for pre-order at Amazon UK, complete with an estimated ship date of March 31. Priced at £299 ($477), or £100 less than the unlocked 3G-equipped P1000, the new version has the same 1024 x 600 touchscreen, WiFi, single-core 1GHz processor and 16GB of storage.

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Google preparing LG-made Nexus Tablet, blocking 3.0 slate updates, tips insider

Google preparing LG-made Nexus Tablet, blocking 3.0 slate updates, tips insider

Google is reportedly working with LG on a "Google Nexus Tablet", a Honeycomb reference design which - like the Nexus line of smartphones - would be first to receive OS and interface updates. According to Mobile-Review, the slate (the official name of which is currently unknown) is already being readied for a mid-summer or early-fall release.

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Samsung denies Galaxy Tab stockpiling & imminent price slash

Samsung denies Galaxy Tab stockpiling & imminent price slash

Samsung has denied plans to drastically slash Galaxy Tab pricing in the face of a huge stockpile of unsold units, describing market speculation as "absolutely groundless." Questioned about claims that inventory currently totaled several hundred thousand units, Samsung spokesman James Chung told Reuters that while the company generally wouldn't comment on rumors, the talk is unfounded.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab WiFi-Only Version To Ship April 4 For $399?

Samsung Galaxy Tab WiFi-Only Version To Ship April 4 For $399?

The long awaited Samsung Galaxy Tab may finally be on its way. Well, at the least the WiFi-only version, if what's purported to be a flyer handed out by a Samsung rep is true. An image of the flyer obtained by Droid-Life indicates that the Samsung Galaxy Tab WiFi version will ship on April 4th for about $399.

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Samsung teases Galaxy Tab 8.9, its ultra-slim iPad 2 rival

Samsung teases Galaxy Tab 8.9, its ultra-slim iPad 2 rival

Samsung continues its thinly-veiled tablet teasing ahead of the third slate's official reveal later this month, now outing a close-up of the tablet's rear edge and headphone socket. Believed to be the Galaxy Tab 8.9, an 8.9-inch version slotting in-between the original 7-inch Galaxy Tab and the larger Galaxy Tab 10.1, the new image shows what appears to be an impressively slim device.

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99.7% Of People In The World Still Have Not Bought A Tablet

99.7% Of People In The World Still Have Not Bought A Tablet

With all the rage that is the Apple iPad 2 and rival tablets such as the Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tabs, HP TouchPad, to name a few, you would think that a good number of people have already bought into the whole tablet craze. But a recent report shows that the market still has plenty of frontier land to stake with 99.7% of the Earth's population not having bought a tablet device yet.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9-Inch To Debut At CTIA

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9-Inch To Debut At CTIA

Samsung has sent out an invitation for an event at CTIA in Orlando on March 22nd. The company already has a 7-inch Galaxy tablet and just announced their 10.1-inch tablet recently at MWC, so the 78910 number displayed prominently could stand for an 8.9-inch tablet coming our way. This lines up with the recent rumors of an 8.9-inch tablet from Samsung.

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