This week we have warring conferences as Microsoft and Intel scheduled their developer events on top of each other. This means there are a massive number of us trying to be in two places at once, mostly unsuccessfully.
Samsung can never sell the Galaxy Tab as it exists right now within the borders of Germany.
It looks like Gamestop is ready to start adding Apple products to its catalog.
In its latest push to stay on top of the changing news and social media climate, CNN has firmed up details to buy a company focused on iPad magazine technology.
Amazon could be the biggest threat the iPad has seen yet, with the online retailer expected to launch its own tablet later this year.
Analysts at Forrester Research believe an Amazon tablet will be capable of disrupting the lucrative iPad-dominated market.
When Steve Jobs announced he was stepping down as the CEO of Apple, the industry's immediate reaction was one of genuine sadness mixed with speculation and concern about the company's future.
With the TouchPad selling out and folks focused this week on the likely arrival of the iPhone on Sprint, I figured it would be fun to write about some of the tablet backstories that aren’t being talked about.
Apple is projected to increase its iPad shipments at a faster rate than previously estimated - causing the global media tablet market to exceed growth expectations over the next few years.
Stanley Kubrick invented the iPad, Samsung says, after trawling through science fiction movies to try and defend itself from Apple's copyright lawsuit.
Despite Lenovo's continuous growth in the rapidly expanding Chinese PC market, it wasn't enough to keep Apple from briskly leapfrogging to the top spot.
It appears that Apple may be trying to make more of a case than it deserves when it comes to banning Galaxy Tab sales in Europe.
Premium cable channel Cinemax's heralded porn content is apparently a-ok with the people who confirm submitted iOS apps.
It seems as if Google's Android operating system has managed to wrest away 20% of the tablet market from Apple's wildly popular iPad over the past 12 months.
Less that two weeks after it began offering a $50 "rebate" on its flagship webOS Touchpad tablet, HP has now permanently slashed the price even further.
The legal dispute between Viacom and Cablevision has been resolved, and the big winner is the end user.
One of the most popular pay-pet-view video streaming services is now, kind of, officially available on the iPad.
One of the largest newspaper publishing companies in the world is taking the strategy of "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" to a whole new level.
You may very well soon be able to watch HBO from your TV. What a crazy thought.
It popped up on the App Store, was quickly taken down, and now it's back up again - Skype for iPad is here.