Look familiar? It should: Apple introduced its Smart Cover for the iPad 2 four months ago.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be on sale June 8 at Best Buy's Union Square store in New York City; everywhere else gets to wait until June 17.
A newly-revealed ultra-high-resolution display from Samsung hints at what we might see in a next-generation iPad.
While Motorola shipped more than some expected, the Xoom's first quarter numbers prove it didn't live up to the hype.
Samsung responds to Apple's allegations of intellectual property theft with promises of an "active" response to the legal action and hints of a counter-suit against Apple for violating Samsung's wireless tech patents.
Samsung's Galaxy Player looks to be an impressive media player. Will it be able to take on the iPod Touch?
The iPad 2 event made an impression on more than just Apple fanboys: Samsung will rethink its Galaxy Tab 10.1 as a result.
Samsung is teasing that it may unveil yet another Galaxy Tab this month at CTIA...and seems to be hinting at an 8.9-inch version.
One Sprint exec thinks that we will see tablet manufacturers dwindle over the coming years, as brutal competition culls the herd.
Apple isn't a new customer to Samsung's electronic components - but it could become its largest by spending $7.8 billion on Samsung parts.
After some weekend hype, Samsung officially unveiled its 10-inch Galaxy Tab and the Galaxy S II at Mobile World Congress. Here's a look at some of the details.
This Sunday, Samsung might introduced a 10-inch Galaxy Tab 2 complete with Honeycomb.
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After some less-than-flattering numbers about the return rate of its Galaxy Tab, Samsung sets the record straight and insists returns are less than 2 percent.
According to ITG Investment Research, as many as 16 percent of Samsung Galaxy Tabs sold in the U.S. market have been returned.