In a revelation that may tarnish Samsung's iPad-killer, the company admits it has merely shipped 2 million Galaxy Tabs, not sold them to consumers.
Verizon Wireless is getting ready to drop pricing on a contract-free Samsung Galaxy Tab to $499.
RIM's PlayBook tablet might have an Achilles' Heel: according to one report, its battery life isn't anywhere close to the Apple iPad or Samsung Galaxy Tab.
It looks like Samsung will release the Galaxy Player, Android's answer to the iPod touch.
Samsung said it would sell 10 million Galaxy S smartphones this year...and they seem on track, with 9.3 million in customer's hands so far.
Samsung says it has shipped more than 3 million Galaxy S smartphones, and unconfirmed reports have the company selling more than 1 million Galaxy Tabs.
The Tab's strong sales suggest it's a worthy rival to Apple's iPad.
AT&T has announced pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Tab, launching on Sunday, Nov. 21.
If the rumors are true, AT&T's Tab will be the priciest yet.
There's buzz about the possible introduction of a 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab. If it turns out to be true, the tablet would be a direct competitor for the 9.7-inch iPad.
Samsung expects to sell a million Galaxy tablets by year-end and LG plans to join the game in early 2011.
If you're dying to get your hands on a Galaxy Tab, it's available for preorder from Amazon for $699.
Like the Galaxy S smartphones before it, the Samsung Galaxy Tab will be landing at the four major U.S. carriers along with U.S. Cellular.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet will go on sale at T-Mobile November 10...and prices will start at $399.
A two-year contract will allow Sprint to subsidize the cost of Samsung's Galaxy Tab down to $400 when it arrives in November.