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Polycom brings enterprise-grade mobile video calls to Samsung GALAXY Tab

Samsung Electronics and Polycom have announced a deal to create unified communications (UC) solutions for mobile platforms. Polycom will develop standards-based video applications for the new

Sprint Nextel to offer GalaxyTab cheaper than Verizon Wireless

Sprint (NYSE: S) Nextel will introduce Samsung's Android-powered 7-inch GalaxyTab tablet for $200 less than Verizon (NYSE: VZ) Wireless' price. The operator announced the tablet will sell for $400

AT&T aims iPad at enterprise market

AT&T (NYSE: T) said it will start selling iPads directly to business customers Oct. 28. The carrier said in an announcement that it will offer "attractive post-paid mobile broadband price plans"

Microsoft takes wraps off Windows Phone 7

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) introduced its long-awaited Windows Phone 7 mobile platform during a launch even in New York City, announcing nine new phones that are using the new platform. AT&T (NYSE:

Pictures and specs: Windows Phone 7 devices for AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint

A range of vendors, including HTC, LG, Samsung and others, announced Windows Phone 7 devices in conjunction with Microsoft's launch of the platform. Check out our gallery to see the gadgets. Note:

Samsung and Broadvox announce interoperability

Samsung makes VoIP phones, Broadvox offers SIP-based VoIP services. Their customers are the same people, so it makes sense that the two companies would get together to make sure their respective

Report: Samsung's Galaxy Tab going to AT&T

Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Tab 7-inch tablet on Thursday, and the device is reportedly going to show up at AT&T (NYSE: T). The Galaxy Tab, based on Android, is expected to give

AudioCodes' VMAS solution enabling Vonage's next mobile VoIP offering

Vonage has chosen AudioCodes and MailVision's VoIP Mobile Access Solution (VMAS) to support their new mobile applications. The VMAS is a mobile VoIP solution available to iPhone, iPod touch, Nokia,

Samsung unveils long-awaited Galaxy Tab Internet tablet

Samsung finally pulled the veil off its Galaxy Tab on Thursday. As expected, the Samsung Internet tablet will have a 7-inch display, and pack a resolution of 1024x600 pixels. It also has both a front

Samsung hints at combining smartphone, TV app stores

Samsung lifted the veil on an app store for its U.S. TVs and Blu-ray players, an effort the company said could eventually align with its smartphone push. The South Korean electronics conglomerate is