Afternoon Edition: Samsung Galaxy Tab Video
Samsung finally releases an inexpensive Wi-Fi-only version of its Galaxy Tab Android tablet. While the size is handy, features are dated when compared with the influx of Android 3.0 tablets.
Although there's no U.S. release date for it yet, the Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the best Android phones we've seen to date.
Samsung demos the Galaxy Tab in New York City and releases details on the Tablet PC and announces a new service called Media Hub.
Dell shows off its tablet in a new version of the Streak, Lady Gaga releases a line of Polaroid printers and cameras, and Skype announces that it has acquired Qik.
Samsung hopes to 'Upstage' Apple's iPhone with a dual-sided phone that doubles as an MP3 player and has a $149 price tag. With a new 99-cent-per-song music service launching at the same time, this should be some solid competition for Apple. CNET.com's Ken
Is the Dell Streak the best Android tablet we've seen, or simply an oversize smartphone? Donald Bell sets the record straight in this CNET First Look.
A more modest addition to the Galaxy S smartphone line, the Android-lovin' Indulge would be MetroPCS' best phone to date, if it weren't for one glaring flaw.
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Samsung's 7-inch Android tablet is a serious contender to the Apple iPad, boasting two cameras, Flash compatibility, and a more convenient size.
Samsung's Galaxy sequel brings 4G to the Vibrant-like handset, but it will only run Android 2.2 at launch.