HD tablets are reportedly on their way from Apple and Samsung early next year
Device Index Galaxy Tab
The Inquirer: Apple won't own the market in quite the same way in 2011.
InformationWeek: Here's why you should skip subsidized iPad competitors--such as RIM, HP, Samsung, HTC and others--and pay full price instead.
TFTS: Electronics giant goes back to the drawing board in terms of the cost of picking up its 10.1-inch tablet, in light of Apple's aggressive pricing for the iPad 2.
InformationWeek: With Honeycomb, Androids makes the leap from glorified smartphone platform to a true tablet OS.
The consumer electronics giant wants to simplify and diversify the way consumer access and share content on multiple screens.
The leading supplier of Android-based mobile devices gives tablet and smartphone fans some new options, features.
PC World: Tablet-optimized edition of Google's Android platform will reportedly require a dual-core Cortex A9 processor to run properly, which the Tab lacks.
BGR: The Galaxy S was Samsung's flagship Android-run mobile device until the introduction of its Galaxy tab tablet.