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[Update: Sold Out] Universal Car Headrest Mount For Tablets $8 After Coupon On Amazon

Amazon has a great deal on the Aduro U-Grip universal car headrest tablet mount today. The mount normally costs $13, but after applying a coupon code you can pick one up for just $8. A tablet set in a mount like this can be a huge help in maintaining sanity among the kids in the back seat while on a family road trip, especially when paired with some bluetooth headphones and a high speed USB car charger.

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Samsung: Honeycomb (Android 3.5) Will Come After Gingerbread (3.0); Larger Honeycomb Tablet Coming

Disclaimer: initially, I was reluctant to pass this one on, but it looks like it may be more credible and less speculative than I first thought.

During IFA today, Samsung confirmed that Gingerbread is next and will be Android 3.0, and that it will be succeeded by Honeycomb (3.5). It is possible that things will change between now and then, but this is an official, public word from Samsung in direct response to a question - fairly concrete.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Prototype Spotted Again, With Some Hands-On Details

A prototype of Samsung's Galaxy tablet (creatively named the "Galaxy Tab") has been spotted again, this time in the hands of a Chinese citizen. Unfortunately, Google Translate is pretty awful on this one:

Broke the identity of a mystery, e-mail name is (づ¯ 3 ¯)づ, good sense ... pregnant, and he also presents us with a gift: The Galaxy Tab landing our home, so ifanr a Samsung flat in the first Chinese Web site, thanks his readers!

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Samsung Galaxy S "Tab" Tablet Spotted, Confirmed For Q3 2010

Samsung has confirmed that their Android tablet device, the Galaxy Tab, will be shipping in Q3 of this year. The Galaxy Tab has been rumored for some time now, and is very similar in design and function to the Galaxy S line of phones – which our own unboxings show are some pretty gorgeous pieces of kit.

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As you can see, the tab truly does look like an oversized Galaxy S.

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