It's a weird sort of Twilight Zone right now with the Amazon Kindle Fire attraction most of the tablet attention and the iPad sitting in the background.
Australia has made the injunction against Samsung Galaxy Tab sales official, meaning they will not be available in stores for the holiday season.
iOS 5 - the latest iteration of Apple’s popular mobile operating system - is now available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
In an effort to offset the competition that is sure to be spurred by the Kindle Fire, Apple may be preparing to launch a cheaper iPad.
People using iOS devices are going online more than those with an Android phone or tablet, and not by an insignificant margin.
Facebook's finally launched its long-awaited iPad app, filling a gpaing hole in its lineup, and has also improved its mobile apps.
It's very possible that more people could be getting a Kindle Fire on launch day than was the case with the original iPad.
With the internet lighting up to express sadness at the death of Steve Jobs, security experts are warning of scammers attempting to take advantage.
One of the most interesting comments I heard from an attendee of the big Tesla S event last weekend was that the long-awaited car launch reminded him of an Apple event.
How is it possible that an online retailer with only the most peripheral experience in product design and development is poised to make a bigger splash in a market than the titans of consumer electronics?
The ugly and growing spat between Apple and Samsung is becoming somewhat like a digital World War.
In addition to unveiling the new iPhone next week, there's speculation that Apple may also finally reveal an iPad-optimized app version of Facebook.
Apple's wildly popular iPad claimed a whopping 80% share of the North American tablet market during the second quarter of 2011.
Apple has sent out official invites for an October 4th event in Cupertino under the tagline of "Let's talk iPhone."
Following Apple's success in getting Samsung products banned in the EU, Samsung's retaliated by asking a Dutch court to ban Apple's iPads and iPhones too.
Apple's reported to have slashed iPad production by a quarter, according to a research report from JP Morgan Chase.
Amazon is expected to unveil its new Android-powered tablet on Wednesday, September 28, at an event in New York City.
Apple has embedded support for quad-core ARM CPUs in its Xcode developer tool. Such processors could one day power next-gen iPhones, iPads and even future MacBook Airs.
Analyst group Gartner says the iPad will be the #1 tablet through 2014 but isn't clear what platform will take its place.
Apple’s iPad 2 claimed an impressive 68.3% of the worldwide media tablet market in the second quarter of 2011, up from 65.7% in the previous quarter.