10/18/2010

Samsung Galaxy Tab Available To Pre-Order, Launches November 1st

While some companies such as Apple delay announcing a product until it’s practically ready to launch the wait for the Samsung Galaxy Tab has dragged on a bit. Thankfully it’s nearly time for us to get our hands on one of the first major Android tablets.

Carphone Warehouse have put up a page detailing the launch with a standalone Galaxy Tab costing £529.99 from November 1st. The Samsung Galaxy tab looks great and could potentially be an iPad beater thanks to features such as Flash support and improved portability compared to Apple’s tablet.

One major advantage of the Galaxy Tab is the ability to function just like a mobile, so you can seriously think about selling your old mobile and replacing it with a Galaxy Tab.

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E-Waste Is Destroying Our Planet: Here Is What You Can Do to Break the Cycle

E-Waste Is Destroying Our Planet: Here Is What You Can Do to Break the Cycle

The connection between the planet and tech production might not be immediately obvious, but using and choosing smartphones more sustainably is in fact a way to stop e-waste. This International E-waste Day we highlight the importance of tackling e-waste and how this can be done on an individual level by sharing a few mindful practices to help you to close the loop.

There's One Issue With 5G We Can't Ignore

There's One Issue With 5G We Can't Ignore

5G hype is everywhere, but it isn't just going to have a colossal impact on mobile connectivity speed and wireless networks. It will also dramatically boost the rates of mobile phone waste if smartphone owners continue to be apathetic about smartphones' collective impact on the environment.

Co-Founder of Android Showcased a Weird, But Interesting Phone

Co-Founder of Android Showcased a Weird, But Interesting Phone

After years of silence, it looks as though Essential are ready for a new chapter and it is going to be an attempt to shake up the industry once again. Recently, Andy Rubin took to Twitter to share a Project Gem phone that looks like nothing we've seen before. The form factor reminds us of remote control which we all have at home, but for it to have the capabilities of a phone is something new.