The Kindle Fire is getting about as much traction as the original iPad did.
An interesting new patent application filed by Apple in September 2011 has surfaced.
According to a new report, Apple has sold a whole bunch of digital textbooks since it announced its new initiative in the nascent market.
Spurred by a strong holiday season, tablets have pushed their way to a strong presence in the US market.
Creating a more interesting textbook platform is not the sexiest thing Apple has ever done, but it was one of Steve Jobs's final vocalized goals.
I would bet that just about everyone went on some type of road trip as a kid, or have at least taken their children on one by now.
I have always believed that more 3D video games and accessible content will help accelerate the adoption of the rapidly evolving medium in American living rooms.
The latest scuttlebutt in the Apple community is that Apple is planning a major event for the early part of next month.
Apple would rather your children carry around an iPad than a bunch of textbooks.
Another day, another rumor about the iPad 3.
Amazon wants publishers to take their e-book efforts to the next level.
This isn't your grandma's digital camera.
Being able to control your TV by simply talking to it may be one of the differentiating trends at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
The Transformer Prime tablet has been upgraded to Android 4.0 a bit earlier than scheduled.
Despite being one of the biggest players in glasses-required 3D TVs, Sony is stepping outside the box.
While there is still a lot of uncertainty about the future of Google TV as it stands now, Lenovo is ready to jump outside the box.
Amazon likes to talk about the power of the cloud, but here's something that also takes advantage of the power of the sun.
If you were craving another Apple rumor, here's an outlandish one for you.
AOC has debuted a new and very cool monitor that will work with your PC or Mac - and also includes a docking station for an iPhone or iPod.
3D products and content, which had started to become the bread and butter of CES, will have a much more muddled showing this year.