There's really nothing quite so aggravating as when you download an app and find out later that it's keeping track of your phone or GPS details. And now someone's actually bringing out the legal guns to fight this unsettling trend.
Are you expecting a slew of revolutionary new products from Apple in 2011? Well, rest assured that Steve Jobs will continue to dazzle us with sexy new iterations of the Mac, iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab has faced one big problem from day one - it's supposed to be an iPad killer but you can get an iPad for less money. But now, if you sign up for a Verizon data plan, you can get one for the same price as the cheapest iPad.
As it was one of the best-selling products in all of 2010, the iPad is most certainly not leaving any time soon. But when can we expect the next in this line of Apple tablets?
When we're not talking about 4G or 3D at next month's CES, one of the major focuses will be the multimedia tablet market, an area that didn't really even exist until the launch of the iPad.
Tablet sales are expected to spike by a staggering 226 percent in 2011.
Hey, all the cool kids are doing it, so why not? Right, HTC? The flagship Android phone manufacturer apparently now has its eye on making an iPad killer.
Research in Motion's iPad competitor, the Blackberry Playbook, was back in the news this week for all the wrong reasons. And now the company is striking back, saying reports over the device's poor battery life are false.
Do you love your iPad but hate the fact that Apple refused to include a USB port?
Apple is reportedly planning to roll out new Cloud-based services for popular mobile devices such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Motorola has released a short teaser video ahead of CES 2011 to hype its next-gen tablet.
To compete in the market that has already been defined by the iPad, Android tablets need something special and unique to differentiate them. How about a tablet with two screens?
Game publishing giant Electronic Arts (EA) had just discounted a whole swath of its iPhone games to 99 cents ahead of the holiday season, but there's a feeling out there that this might not be a warm and fuzzy holiday giveaway by the company.
Is the wild success of ARM-based tablets such as Apple's iPad slowly killing the traditional Wintel model?
Tablets like Apple's iPad are expected to act as a catalyst for the rapid convergence of consumers, computers and communications.
If you live in South America, speak Brazilian Portugese, and use an iPad for all your Internet access, then you're in luck. Google has finally brought Gmail support your way.
One of the main draws of Android-based tablets is that they offer a more affordable alternative to the iPad. However, Samsung doesn't see it that way as the company will soon be launching a version of its tablet computer for around $1,000.
Researchers at the University of Missouri have determined that Apple's iPad may actually be having a negative effect on print newspaper sales.
Mobile gaming has certainly come a long way over the past decade from its early glory days of Snake on the Nokia 6110.
Sprint was the first to offer 4G-powered MiFi devices, and then became the first to have a smartphone running on a 4G network. Now, it's also the first to confirm a tablet device capable of connecting to a next-gen mobile data service.