It popped up on the App Store, was quickly taken down, and now it's back up again - Skype for iPad is here.
Just a matter of weeks after being introduced to the market, the HP Touchpad tablet is already $50 cheaper.
Skype - inadvertently, it seems - yesterday whetted the appetite of its customers by temporarily releasing the iPad version of its video chat software.
It is almost funny to watch Apple's competitors fall all over themselves as they attempt to replicate the iPad experience.
Like having your own personal map and compass in the Twitterverse, Bird's-Eye is an iPad app designed to track tweets in a particular geographic location.
An iPad-specific version of Facebook's official iOS app has been discovered.
Android may be making an earnest dent in Apple's tablet stranglehold, but there is one market the iPad is still absolutely killing.
Just one year after we were talking about numbers like Apple's ~95% monopoly in the tablet race, Android has managed to take a huge bite out of the lucrative market.
Apple CEO and cancer survivor Steve Jobs is not keen on discussing speculation about who will replace him when the inevitable happens.
Apple today announced financial results for its fiscal 2011 third quarter, which ended on June 25.
Despite dwindling sales of the now "old" iPhone 4, Apple is set to report a 69% rise in profits this quarter. How, you ask? The iPad of course, along with supplemental sales from Mac computers.
People will do a lot for an iPad - even sell a kidney, if reports are to be believed. But one Chinese man has taken a different approach - he's built one himself.
Amazon is reportedly prepping a tablet that could launch sometime before October.
Although numerous reports suggest Apple is poised to enter the HDTV market, one analyst says such a move isn't necessarily a foregone conclusion.
Crayola markers have entered the 21st century.
The next version of Apple's iPad tablet line may not be called the iPad 3.
In less than a year and a half, developers have pushed out more than 100,000 apps optimized for Apple's tablet platform.
It's never to early to enter the tablet market.
A lot of non-iPad tablets are finally starting to makes waves around the world, but a new study shows just how much of an uphill battle they face.
A San Francisco man has admitted writing the code used to steal the personal data of 120,000 iPad users from AT&T servers last June.