Archos has debuted a $200 Honeycomb (3.2) tablet for those interested in buying a current-gen Android device for the new year without breaking the bank.
Apple has clinched an acquisition deal with flash memory maker Anobit, which is based in the Israeli city of Herzliya Pituach.
The Zite digital magazine platform that had been busy nestling a home in the iPad has now been updated to add iPhone support.
Did your favorite iPhone or iPad games make the list of this year's top sellers?
Apple's lost a trademark dispute in China, meaning it may have to find a new name for the iPad if it wants to continue selling the device in the country.
Flipboard has shrunk down and reengineered its iPad magazine-reading app to create an iPhone version.
If you think Apple executives are staying up at night cringing at the thought of the Kindle Fire's remarkable sales, you'd be mistaken.
If anyone needs proof that Amazon's flagship Android tablet managed to live up to its hype, here are some statistics for you.
Research in Motion (RIM) has confirmed that lackluster PlayBook tablet sales forced the company to take a $485 million charge.
There was certainly no shortage of competition for last week's huge Black Friday sales, but it looks like Nintendo and Apple are happier than many others.
Apple has put up a number of teaser pages advertising a "one-day shopping event" on Black Friday.
The tablet that wants to be more than a tablet is now available for consumers interested in being the first in line.
Although Apple's wildly popular iPad currently dominates the tablet market, non-iOS devices managed to eke out approximately $415 million in revenue this year.
Traditional PC manufacturers are reportedly preparing to phase themselves out of the tablet market due to lackluster sales.
The TouchPad didn’t fly off store shelves until Hewlett Packard (HP) slashed the price of the webOS tablet to $99.
Samsung has made a few minor tweaks to its Galaxy Tab Android tablet so that it no longer violates the Apple patents that led to a ban in Germany.
In what can only be described as a surprise announcement, Netflix has just released a tablet-optimized app for all Android tablet devices.
It is very clear why Apple's iPad is the most successful device in the lucrative new tablet category: Cupertino simply does the best job of any vendor in terms of providing an end-to-end solution.
Customers whose attention was captured by the announcement of the Kindle Fire are now less excited about the possibility of buying an iPad, a new study has found.
Amazon's widely hyped flagship Android tablet hasn't even gone on sale yet, and already details are starting to come in about what might be the next iteration of the Kindle Fire.