Although the iPad 3 is set to debut very soon, the iPad 2 may get a new lease on life as well.
There's a lot of stuff brewing over at Apple HQ right now, and the company has to turn its attention away from something.
Toshiba will begin shipping its newest tablet, the Excite LE, next week.
In what may well be the last "rumor" story before the iPad 3 is actually announced, it seems like Apple's new tablet is ready for prime time.
Samsung has introduced the latest in its series of Galaxy-branded Android devices, the Galaxy Note tablet.
Apparently Google isn't happy enough that its Android operating system has finally been implemented in a successful, top-selling tablet with the Kindle Fire.
Barnes & Noble has officially unveiled a new version of its flagship Android tablet, with a price point exactly the same as Amazon's Kindle Fire.
Barnes & Noble's footprint in the tablet market is about to grow.
Best Buy has stopped selling the Apple TV set-top box amid a new rumor that suggest preliminary production has begun on an Apple-branded TV set.
So it seems we finally solved the question of when the iPad 3 will be revealed, but that won't put a stop to the ever churning iPad rumor mill.
Although there has not been an official round of invitations, it is being reported that Apple will hold an event on March 7 where the next iteration of its popular tablet device will at last be shown to the world.
The UK television network ITV has issued a fair warning to Apple saying that it will not allow the company to call its upcoming TV set the "iTV."
The next generation of Samsung's Galaxy Tab brand will bring the successful tablet platform to the newest version of Android.
According to the most recent scuttlebutt, the iPad 3 is pretty much ready to go; the only thing Apple needs to do now is set up one heck of an unveiling event.
Yep, Tivo is still around, folks.
A leaked picture is claiming to show what will be the much-hyped Retina Display for the next iteration of Apple's iPad.
Samsung is expecting a very bullish year for smart TV in 2012, with 25 million unit sales expected.
In an industry dominated by power players from Samsung to Panasonic, Apple is expected to make a significant mark.
There's a survey circulating the Web on behalf of Best Buy, which provides deep details about what Apple's entry into the TV market might be.
Sprint is poised to break the $100 price barrier in the world of Android tablets.