Samsung Electronics is poised to unveil its first tablet PC offering at the IFA electronics show in Berlin, Germany early next month. The rumored nickname for the new device is the “Galaxy Tab,” a la the company’s new Galaxy S smartphone series. Moving further, Samsung has released a teaser video for its upcoming Android based Tablet yesterday.
The war of Tablet PC market is showing no sign of slow down. After enormous success of Apple's iPad, companies are gearing up to reserve their Tablet market share and as a result, many Tablet were announced in last few weeks by Microsoft, RIM etc. Now it's LG electronics who jumped into the competition with an open challenge to Apple and much of worries for others.
It seems that Apple iPad's amazing success has inspired many other Technology vendors like Dell, HP and LG. Microsoft is not an exception any more. With his latest comment at a conference for investors on the Microsoft's Redmond, Wash., campus, Ballmer clearly indicated that Microsoft is working closely with Intel to launch company's new baby against Apple's iPad which is expected to be launch by early new year.
The iPad delay news may have disappointed many potential buyers in many countries but Apple's flagship product iPhone 4.0 will oblige people in 17 more countries on Friday, 30 July. The iPhone 4 is already available in France, Germany, Japan, the UK and the U.S., which brings the total number of countries where the device is available to 21.
Bill Gates showed up at Larry King Live recently along with his father Bill Gates Sr. I must say this is one of the best interviews of Gates i have watched in recent times. Why? It is very natural and genuine conversation with the father and son and you will just adore Bill Gates Sr. [father] for being so genuine.
Apple said Monday that it has sold more than 2 million iPads since the device debuted April 3rd. It's safe to assume that the vast majority of those sales came from the U.S. market, as the iPad only just went on sale last weekend in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, and the U.K. Apple didn't say how many iPads were sold internationally.
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