Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

The avalanche of tablets of all shapes and sizes has been growing for a while now, but aside from Apple, Samsung is one of the few companies with a tablet that bears remembering in the cluttered device marketplace. Looking at the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, I was impressed with what the tablet had to offer, and if you have had experience with the Samsung Galaxy phones the company has been offering for years, it will seem instantly familiar.

Crash of the Android

Have I told you how much I love my phone? or maybe I should say how much I loved my phone.

Samsung’s Galaxy S Vibrant, which I picked up through Bell Canada, has basically been my constant companion. I took it to France to take picture, I used it throughout this year’s Toronto International Film Festival to tweet and post updates, and it’s an all-around great phone. Apparently I stumbled on a major flaw last week though, because right now I’m hobbling along with a loaner phone while Samsung tries to get my phone working again.

Galaxy S or Xperia X10: Is one of these the droid I’ve been looking for?

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I am a technophile. Maybe I’m not thinking about technology all day long, but when I hear about new gadgets, I’m always intrigued.

That’s why, even though I’ve had my current phone for less than two years, I’m seriously thinking it’s time to get an Android phone. I’m still debating if I really need to ditch my old, fairly acceptable HTC phone, but after playing with some of the new phones that have arrived, I’m having a hard time resisting.