12/22/2011, Remember the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N? Basically that was Samsung’s answer to the German court’s injunction against their Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. It featured a tweaked design that Samsung felt did not infringe upon the patents laid out by Apple in the original lawsuit, but we guess Apple wasn’t too pleased and decided to attempt to ban the Galaxy Tab 10.1N in response, but now it looks like they might […]
12/16/2011, I do not quite get it – doesn’t being bankrupt mean you would have to spend every last penny that you earn to clear off the backlog of debts accumulated over the fat years? Apparently not, as American Airlines who filed for bankruptcy recently still managed to discover a secret stash of cash somewhere, letting their First Class passengers enjoy some quality time with spanking new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1s […]
12/15/2011, To celebrate its recent victory in Australia (Apple tried to block sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 but were denied the motion), Samsung has started running ads in the Sun-Herald advertising the Galaxy Tab 10.1 as “The tablet Apple tried to Stop.” Pretty bold words for a company that is facing multiple lawsuits in different countries around the world – but hey, a win is a win right? No word […]
12/14/2011, According to Samsung Australia’s mobile chief, the court case that is happening globally with Apple is doing far more good than harm to the South Korean company, where it raised the Galaxy Tab 10.1′s profile to that of a “household name” within a short period of time, potentially making it one of the best “advertising channels” for Samsung compared to going through an ad agency. It must also be said […]
12/13/2011, As most of you guys should be aware by now, Apple and Samsung are currently embroiled in a fierce legal battle concerning patent infringement. Apple has accused Samsung of infringing upon their patents and design of the iPad 2, claiming that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has copied their designs. Samsung has attempted to work around this claim by releasing the Galaxy Tab 10.1n with some minor cosmetic changes, but apparently […]
12/09/2011, It seems like Apple won’t give Samsung a break, although we’re guessing that Samsung’s victory against Apple in Australia did not do anything to help with their mood either. A while back Apple tried to get an injunction against Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in the US as part of the ongoing patent infringement legal battle between the two tech giants. The request was denied but Apple does not appear […]
11/25/2011, Good news Australians, if you were hoping to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia, there’s a slight chance that you will be able to do so. It seems that even though Apple may have won an injunction against Samsung in Australia, an Australia appeals judge is now questioning the fairness of Apple’s Samsung tablet ban in the country.
11/22/2011, Last week we reported about the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 getting a botched update that disabled WiFi on many devices. Well now it looks like Samsung has fixed the issue because the company has started pushing out a new update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 today. The update will be rolling out over the air, so folks who didn’t grab the previous update and still have working WiFi, updating […]
11/16/2011, We know that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been banned in Germany. This is due to Apple successfully winning an injunction against Samsung, but it looks like the tablet is back with a slight change in name and a slight change in design, in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N, and in terms of design, well you can pretty much see for yourselves in the photo above.
11/14/2011, It seems like an update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been pushed out prematurely. Quite a number of folks who received the update discovered some problems with the update: while the update brings the tablet to Android 3.2 Honeycomb, it breaks the tablet’s WiFi capability – which is a huge deal for a WiFi-only device. However, some folks have found a workaround to this problem by connecting via […]
11/08/2011, With Apple landing a successful injunction against Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in Australia, this not only means that Samsung will not be able to sell the devices themselves, but that injunction will also extended to retailers and resellers as well. This did not sit well with one Australian retailer, dMavo, who claims that they are ready for a “cat and mouse game”.
11/01/2011, With the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 headed towards T-Mobile, it looks like AT&T wants in on the fun as well and will be stepping it up with an LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, or so a recent FCC filing seems to indicate. However apart from the 4G LTE connectivity, the device appears to be largely the same as its other variants. What this means is that users […]
10/25/2011, Heads up T-Mobile users, it looks like two tablets will be headed your way this November in the form of the Huawei Springboard and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1! We reported a while back that T-Mobile had plans to bring the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet into their fold, and granted that the tablet has been around for a while now, but for T-Mobile subscribers looking to go beyond WiFi, […]
10/04/2011, About a week ago, Samsung came forward and offered Apple a deal that would allow them to continue selling their Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablets in Australia. Given that Christmas is only a couple of months away, obviously Samsung wanted their products to be available in time for the festive shopping season, but it looks like Apple has decided to decline their offer.