Samsung has put out a distinctly unafraid-looking statement declaring that a “Galaxy Tab 10.1 for the Australian market will be released in the near future,” despite Apple’s attempt to halt sales through the Aussie Federal Court. The Korean company says that the settlement between it and Apple was “a mutual agreement” rather than a court injunction. That agreement only concerns the contentious US version of the slate, whereas the Australian variant is presumably different so as to avoid infringing Apple patents.
Samsung, therefore, will push ahead with its Galaxy Tab 10.1 launch schedule, saying that the 10-inch model will be released soon. A hearing in Australia has been scheduled for August 29 to review the status … Continue
The First Tablet PC Summit, themed as Win in Tablet Era, is taking place in the China World Hotel today. This is not only a great occasion for those elites in tablet PC field to voice and exchange their views pertain to a range of topics, like tablet PC operating system, chips, distribution channels, software development and industrials chains, but also a fabulous party for a galaxy of branded tablet PCs.
On this summit, the 12 stunning tablets with specific codenames in display include Asus EeePad Transformer TF101, Lenovo LePad, Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000, Dell Steak 5, Apple iPad, Motorola Xoom, Great Wall T288, ViewSonic ViewPad 7, Ereneben T3, Ramos W10, Newman NP800, and Patriot N700.… Continue