Monthly Archives: October 2010

“The Australian” app to come pre-installed on Galaxy Tab

Samsung has struck several content partnerships around the globe to provide optimized content for its first Android tablet. In the same series, Users across Australia will get the paid app of “The Australian” free and pre-installed on Samsung Galaxy Tab. The app will be free on the Galaxy Tab for two months in deals struck with most mobile carriers. After ...

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Pre-Order T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab on Amazon for $700

We know T-Mobile is going to release Samsung Galaxy Tab on November 10, and it will be selling for $399.99 with 2-yr agmt plan. But if you cannot wait and are not a “contract” person, Amazon has put T-Mobile version of Samsung Tab up for Pre-Order for $699.99. According to Amazon, Galaxy Tab will be released on Nov 9, including ...

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Google “directly copied” Java code, says Oracle

Oracle yesterday updated its copyright and patent-infringement lawsuit against Google, claiming thast some of Android code was “directly copied” from Oracle’s Java code. To remind you, Oracle back in August sued Google for violation of seven Java Patents. Quote from Oracle: “In at least several instances, Android computer program code also was directly copied from copyrighted Oracle America code” Quote ...

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Samsung launches Galaxy Tab in Singapore; coming on Nov 13 [Update]

Image Credits – Chester Chen & Techgoondu Samsung today announced its flagship Android tablet Galaxy Tab for Singapore.  Company has partnered with Singtel to sell the device, while it will also be selling an unlocked version. Samsung will start shipping the Wi-FI cum 3G version of tablet from November 13, while the Wi-FI only version is expected to hit later. ...

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Google Maps latest update brings real time updating, search filters and more

Google yesterday updated its Google Maps application with a new design for Place page reviews, more options to filter search results, and a Google Latitude real-time updating option. Place page reviews: Place page review now a new design similar to deskptop one and it lets you check out “Reviews from around the web” and “Reviews from Google users”, as shown ...

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Samsung announces content partners for Galaxy Tab in US

Samsung has announced three content partnership deals for its upcoming Android powered Galaxy Tab. Company has partnered with WHSmith for books, the Financial Times for news and Gameloft for games. While FT & WHSmith have developed Android applications, FT have gone one step ahead and developed a HTML5 app also along with Android app. FT app will give you all ...

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HTC Wildfire coming to North American carriers this quarter

HTC yesterday announced that its Android smartphone HTC Wildfire will be shortly available through multiple regional North American telecom carriers. HTC Wildfire has been available for a long long time in parts of Europe and Asia Pacific; it will be the first time that it will reach states-side. HTC Wildfire HTC Wildfire comes with Android 2.1 onboard, a 5 megapixel ...

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