Samsung's Galaxy Tab may get the same kind of massive distribution that Samsung's Galaxy S line of smartphones has enjoyed.
At last week's IFA 2010 consumer electronics show in Berlin, Samsung unveiled its soon-to-be released iPad competitor - the Galaxy Tab.
After weeks of teasing its new Galaxy Tab tablet in leaks and videos, Samsung has finally taken the wraps off its hopeful iPad competitor.
More is apparently better when you're competing against a product like Apple's iPad.
Lately I've been feeling very self-conscious when talking on the phone in public, and it's not because I'm worried about strangers listening in on my private conversations.
Samsung yesterday rolled out a teaser video of its upcoming tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab...
Microsoft will compete with Apple's iPad, but it isn't saying when.
Rumors of a soon-to-be WebOS iPad competitor peaked last week when it was confirmed that Hewlett Packard had filed a trademark application for the name "PalmPad."
Apple today announced that iPad will be available in Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand and Singapore this Friday, July 23.
Clearwire has launched its first dual-mode 4G dongle for Mac laptops and two new personal hot spots as it continues to expand the device lineup for its mobile WiMAX network.
AT&T, it seems, would like us to kill the messenger, in this case Goatse Security, the group that broke the news of the massive security flaw in AT&T's iPad 3G Web application.
AT&T and Goatse Security are exchanging barbs over the public disclosure of a security flaw in AT&T's Web application for the iPad 3G.
The good news is that the security breach on the iPad isn't serious; it's highly unlikely that information other than users' e-mail addresses was exposed. The bad news...
AT&T has confirmed that a security breach on the iPad 3G exposed the e-mail addresses and ICC IDs of its customers...
Apple says sales of the iPad topped 2 million in less than 60 days since the device's launch on April 3.
2010 is shaping up as the year of the tablet computer at this year's Computex Conference in Taipei, Taiwan.
Shoppers are mobbing Apple's flagship store in London in hopes of getting the gadget of the moment — the iPad.
Lenovo swung to a profit on rising demand for its personal computers but missed analysts' expectations as it spent money to expand its mobile phone business.
The Dell Streak is now even more official than when Michael Dell last week gave an informal demo of the device at Citrix's Synergy conference in San Francisco.
Dell shares were down more than 10 percent at one point this morning after the company yesterday reported first-quarter profits.
As the iPad craze creates even more bandwidth congestion, how can we ensure that we can get the most out of these latest and greatest devices?
International markets are getting their first glimpses of country-specific iPad app stores.
Michael Dell is talking about that highly anticipated Dell mobile Internet device (MID) again.
Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam on Tuesday told The Wall Street Journal that Verizon is working with Google on a tablet computer...