All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Samsung Galaxy Tab’

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook 10.1 Out Now

Yes, Barnes & Noble is still a part of the eBook market. Amazon may have a bunch of popular Kindles and weird Gary Busey ads, but Barnes & Noble still exists and is trying its hardest to compete in the tablet space. Barnes & Noble has partnered with Samsung on its tablets, which are still being branded as Nooks. The …

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Apple iPad Accounts For 98% of Tablet Web Browsing, Report Says

As popular as Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets are, it seems that customers who use the tablets are not often using them to browse the web. Onswipe, a company that specializes in creating touch-screen experiences for the web, today released the results of a new study that looked at what tablet devices people were using to access their websites. The unsurprising …

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Galaxy Note Tablet Launch Accompanied by Verizon Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

Tomorrow will be the day that Android (or Samsung) fans can get their hands on the new Galaxy Note 10.1. The Note will launch in two versions: a $499 16GB model and a $549 32GB version. Both versions of the new Note are 10.1-inches across, but if you are looking for something smaller, Verizon has you covered. Tomorrow will also …

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The Apple / Samsung Girl

The little girl is referred to as “Little Miss Tablet”, and although I can’t find her name, I am certain that she has made a significant mark in advertising history. I can’t recall anything like this having happened before. I asked myself how I would feel given the following: What if Pepsi started parading around with a polar bear on …

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Kobo Emerges as the E-Reading App for the Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung has unveiled its Galaxy Tab tablet device, and Kobo announced that it is supplying the e-reader technology for it.

"After much speculation, the new Samsung GALAXY Tab has just been announced by Samsung’s CEO in Berlin, and Kobo is THE eReading application powering the ‘Readers Hub’ on the new Android tablet," says Kobo. "This partnership is an industry first for Kobo and Samsung, offering the first eReading experience on an Android Tablet to readers worldwide."

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