Posts tagged with: Galaxy Tab 10.1
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    Apple is still dominating the tablet market though Android-powered slates are starting to grab a rather considerable slice of the market. It will be interesting to see what the iPad 3 can bring to combat the army of Android tablets with Ice Cream Sandwich and powerful processors this year. However, as far as South Korea is concerned, Samsung's home market, the Apple iPad is outselling the South Korean manufacturer's tablet offerings. The (roughly) 700,000 Apple iPad units sold last year join the other tablets designed in California that existed on the South Korean market before the ...

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    CyanogenMod is undoubtedly the most popular custom ROM offering for many Android phones and tablets and its latest iteration, CM9, is set to bring some Ice Cream Sandwich love to Android fans (way ahead of official manufacturer or carrier updates). However, the team is experiencing some problems with closed-sourced device drivers; until those are available don't expect to see everything working as it should (or a port for that matter). Devices like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S, Galaxy Tab 10.1, HP TouchPad and Motorola Xoom are on the official support list; if you have one of these ...

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    We've been keeping our eye on progress being made towards the launch of LTE on US Cellular for about the past five months now. Our first clue came in September, when we got our hands on a leak showing Samsung model SCH-R930 in testing for the carrier. In November, US Cellular formally announced its LTE plans, including the target of launching service in the first quarter of this year. That goal seemed to be on-track earlier this month, when the SCH-R930 disclosed its LTE bands to the FCC. Now the carrier is announcing just what hardware will be its first on LTE, revealing plans to offer ...

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    Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 faced a preliminary injunction in Germany issued back in August of 2011 and, after a September hearing was upheld. The South Korean manufacturer appealed the decision but the Düsseldorf Higher Regional Court has decided to maintain it. If the initial August (and September) preliminary injunction was issued, at Apple's request, based on a violation of a Community design (which is the European equivalent for U.S. design patents), today's decision is based on a violation of the German Unfair Competition Law. Furthermore, the Düsseldorf Higher Regional Court ruled ...

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