Samsung Releases New Software for Galaxy Tablet

Samsung Electronics Co. unveiled a software update for its 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab as the tech giant seeks to differentiate its tablet from the other Google Inc. Android devices in the market.

The update, which adds features to the operating system, comes a couple of months after Samsung first launched the tablet in the U.S. The company, like many device makers, has been seeking ways to distinguish its products from similar machines running on the Android platform. But the various Android tablets so far haven’t gained much traction against the Apple Inc. iPad.

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