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.
Everyone is always debating the question of Amazon or Kindle, e-ink or LCD. Well, now there's a company that's finally saying, "Why not both?"
Video games have never really been considered a good "spectator sport," but now OnLive, a revolutionary new cloud-based game service, aims to change that with a new iPad app.
When it comes to Android, Motorola has become the king. Its family of Droid phones has come to define Google's mobile operating system. So when Motorola begins working on an Android tablet, it's a big deal.
You want an iPad? That is so 2010. Seriously, if you wanna be up-to-date with the latest and greatest technology, you'll need Apple's official successor to the device, which is now rumored to come out in just two months.
It turns out people really aren't too crazy about Samsung's supposed iPad killer, the Galaxy Tab, as an astoundingly low 15% said they would prefer the new tablet option.
A recent survey published by ChangeWave indicates that Amazon’s Kindle is rapidly losing market share to Apple’s iPad.
When it comes to the "next big thing," it seems like the only product consistently mentioned is the tablet.
Hot on the heels of the announcement that Rupert Murdoch is to launch an iPad-only daily newspaper, Richard Branson has said he too is planning a publication for the device.
After having just released version 4.2 of its iPhone/iPad software, Apple is already looking ahead to a new update and may be ready to push it out in just a couple weeks.
They can barely read, but kids as young as six years old are already getting iPad fever. It's the most-wanted consumer electronic gift among the very young demographic.
Acer is gearing up to take on Apple's wildly successful iPad with a slew of Android and Windows powered tablets.
As Tivo continues its climb to remain relevant in a world highly dominated by cable company DVRs, the company has just released a new iPad-specific app to be the perfect companion to anyone with a Tivo box.
At 1:00 PM Eastern Time today, the hotly anticipated upgrade to the iPad will go live for the tens of millions of people out there with one of these gadgets.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation is working on the launch of a daily newspaper for the iPad.
Apple is reportedly prepping a thinner, second-gen iPad for an early-to-mid 2011 launch.
Sometimes I wonder if Steve Jobs is more brilliant than lucky, and I am willing to grant that he is likely both.
RIM has released a video which shows its Playbook tablet outperforming Apple's iPad in loading standard web pages.
Although it insisted that consumers want a device that's smaller than the iPad, it seems Samsung it moving forward with plans to create a device that is about the same size.