Verizon has officially announced that it will offer iPads in stores for the holiday season, a deal no one saw coming because everyone was too busy talking about a Verizon iPhone.
The warehouse club owned by the Wal-Mart corporation will follow its sister store and begin stocking iPads for sale tomorrow, helping to catapult the number of retails outlets offering the device to more than 2,300 stores in the US.
For most people, it's a dream to get their product sold at Wal-Mart. When it comes to the iPad, though, Wal-Mart is the lucky one, as Apple is now letting the world's leading retailer sell its tablet computer.
Samsung's iPad killer, the Android-based Galaxy Tab, will be priced in the same range as the iPad but customers will be able to get discounts by signing up for 3G service contracts.
Sorry Steve Jobs, but Merlin the Bottlenose Dolphin prefers the rugged Toughbook over your "magical" iPad.
Amazon has now officially begun selling the iPad, one of its fiercest rivals in the portable media market, in a move that represents just how powerful each side has in its core business.
You remember all those crazies who waited outside the Apple Store for hours to buy one on launch day? Well, apparently they're actually still using their device and haven't lost their luster for it.
Does Apple's AirPlay have what it takes to revolutionize the consumer audio industry once again?
Apple's newest version of the iPad might come out in less than 10 months, or just a little over a year after the first one went on sale.
A new company called Kno has created a large 14-inch tablet geared for students and electronic textbooks. The only problem is this has been tried before and it failed terribly.
Can RIM's enterprise-oriented "BlackPad" challenge the iPad's dominance in Corporate America?
Samsung's Galaxy Tab is gaining a lot of attention as what could be the first true competitor to the iPad. With a 7-inch display it doesn't quite match up side-by-side to the iPad but apparently there's another model in the works that does.
Is Apple's "magical" iPad a digital revolutionary? Is it destined - like a more benevolent version of Che Guevara - to free the seething peasant masses from their dependency on unwieldy PCs?
After launching the confusing 5-inch Slate last month, which was too big for a phone but too small for a tablet, Dell is now reportedly set to debut an Android tablet that will actually have a screen big enough to give the iPad a run for its money.
It probably won't come as much of a surprise to many that Apple customers are the happiest computer users - indeed, they're widely mocked for extreme evangelism.
Pegatron Technology has apparently clinched a lucrative deal to manufacture an Android-based tablet for HTC.
The use of NAND Flash memory in popular tablets such as Apple's iPad and competing Android devices is expected to triple in 2011.
An aspiring journalist from Long Island accuses Steve Jobs of lacking class after the CEO tells her to "leave [Apple] alone."
Microsoft believes that sales of its Kinect platform will easily "blow away" Apple's "magical" iPad - which shipped 1 million units during its first 28 days on sale and 3 million in three months.
Apple's "magical" iPad currently dominates the relatively nascent US tablet market. However, a virtual tsunami of Android-powered tablets are expected to end Club Cupertino's monopoly of the sector in just a few years.