Two Minute Video: Samsung Netbook Tops 10-inchers

Buying a netbook is a tricky proposition. By nature, netbooks are fraught with tradeoffs and shortcomings in order to offset low price points and portability. Samsung’s 10-inch NF310 netbook gets a whole lot right without suffering from too many drawbacks.

While most 10-inch netbooks sport cramped 1024×600 resolution screens, the …

Samsung Galaxy Tab Review: Best 7-inch Tablet, But It’s Pricey

Samsung’s 7-inch Galaxy Tab Android tablet is not an iPad killer. Nothing needs to die, as far as gadgets are concerned, and the iPad and Galaxy Tab aren’t really even in the same category.

The Galaxy Tab is a very portable tablet, which is one of its selling points over the iPad. If you’re dead set on having it with you at all …

Galaxy Tab Torn Apart, Shows It’s Mostly Battery

Ever wondered what the inside of a tablet looks like? The fine folks at iFixit recently tore the new Samsung Galaxy Tab apart to reveal a big, fat battery surrounded by a C-shaped logic board that handles everything else.

As computer components get exponentially smaller and faster all the time, gadgets’ weight and thickness are still …

New Samsung Android Phone Features “Ticker Display”

Starting Thursday, Verizon will be taking orders for the Samsung Continuum. It’s a $200 Android phone based on Samsung’s line of Galaxy S handsets.

The Continuum breaks the mold by featuring two LCD screens: a 3.4-inch main screen sits above a 1.8-inch “dedicated ticker display that streams customized information in real time,” …

Samsung Focus With Windows Phone 7 Review: Make Room For Microsoft

Some people will never give up their iPhones. Or their Android phones. Or their BlackBerry phones. Or whatever. Windows Phone 7 will appeal to those people as much as any other platform that competes with the one they love.

Those people constitute a tiny sliver of fiercely loyal customers, though. For anyone else either …

Samsung and Verizon Price Galaxy Tab at $600

Our long wait for US pricing on Samsung’s 7-inch Galaxy Tab Android tablet is now over. Samsung and Verizon have announced that it’ll cost $600 out the door with no contract. Data plans using Verizon’s 3G network can be added on a month-to-month basis starting at $20 per month for 1GB of data.

Verizon will be selling the Galaxy …

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