The electronics company has admitted that it has not managed to oust the iPad in the market.

Samsung self-reports they are not doing well in the tablet market.

That Samsung hasn't met expectations in its tablet business isn't a huge surprise; the company lags well behind Apple's iPad and even Amazon's Kindle Fire in the US market. But for an executive to acknowledge the weakness is refreshing at a time when corporate-speak and jargon dominate conversations–particularly ones of a sensitive nature.  CNet

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