Samsung has upsized its Galaxy Tab, unveiling a 10.1-inch (25.7-cm) version aimed at muscling its way deeper into the territory of Apple's iPad.
(AP) -- What do you call it when you have 120,000 people and an elephant in the room?
This time last year, tablet computers were just remembrances of clunky laptops with articulating hinges that really failed to sell.
Last Christmas anybody asked if they wanted a "tablet" probably thought they were being offered a pill to ease indigestion caused by a little bit of festive over-indulgence.
More than eight months after the release of the Apple iPad, fans of Google's Android mobile operating system finally have a contender in the race for tablet supremacy.
(AP) -- When Apple released the iPad in April, it set a high bar for tablet computers. The first real competitor has arrived in Samsung's Galaxy Tab.
South Korea's Samsung Electronics launched its tablet computer in the domestic market and said it aims to sell more than a million of the Galaxy Tabs worldwide by the end of this year.
The first big-name competitor to the iPad in the U.S. won't be undercutting it in price.
The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and USA Today are among news organizations planning to offer news applications for Samsung's Galaxy tablet computer, an iPad rival, the Journal said Friday.
Samsung announced Friday that US wireless carriers AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless will sell the South Korean company's new Galaxy tablet computer, its rival to Apple's iPad.