Apple’s next-gen iPhone will reportedly feature a speedy A5 processor - the same advanced SoC that powers Cupertino’s flagship iPad 2.
Apple's next tablet will have a higher-resolution screen.
Facebook may soon be ready to launch its own official iPad app.
Sure, the iPad is one tricked-out device, but do you really need a tablet - Apple or otherwise?
The very first tablet powered by what will be a brand new version of webOS is just a few weeks away.
Apple no longer wants apps that warn drivers about nearby police checkpoints.
The US military has long experimented with mobile devices for use in combat. Next week, the Army plans to conduct field trials with Apple's iPhone, Android handsets and various tablet computers.
How badly do you want an iPad 2? Do you want it badly enough that you’d trade in one of your own kidney for the high tech toy?
A J.P. Morgan analyst confirms Apple's so-called competitors have scaled-back their tablet plans after receiving an "early dose of reality" from lackluster sales.
Opera has just released the latest version of its Web browser.
Apple’s iOS App Store continues to grow at a rapid pace, with Cupertino approving more than 500,000 applications for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Sure, we've all heard the phrase "post-PC" era bandied about over the past few months. But what does it mean, exactly?
n Android alternative to Apple's recently launched iPad magazine service is expected very soon.
Seagate has introduced a wireless portable hard drive designed to easily stream content to Apple's iPad.
It was in fact largely because of the iPad that former Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci was ousted from Acer.
Research firm NPD is giving everyone a reality check in cause-and-effect.
Conde Nast, one of the largest magazine publishers in the country, is reportedly set to offer subscriptions to digital iPad versions of its publications.
With more than a dozen companies on the Android tablet list, what's a consumer to do?
The biggest magazine publisher in the US has just signed a deal with Apple to bring its content to the iPad.
Is there really a tablet market out there?