There's a lot of discussion going on about the multimedia tablet market, but most pundits seem to think nothing can kill the iPad. However, a Droid-branded Android tablet from Motorola might be worth a look.
In a move that seems kind of like a no-brainer but is actually a big step for the world of magazine publishing, Time Inc is now offering both the print and iPad versions of People magazine for one price.
Verizon is working on iPad and Android apps allowing users to watch live TV and movies in the home and on the go.
Facebook has launched a geo-location app that allows users to easily share their location with other members of the popular social networking site.
In the world of "try to wrap your head around this," there's a new survey out showing that around half of consumers are actually willing to share their location in order to get more relevant advertising.
Vimeo is launching a universal player that allows owners of Apple mobile devices - such as the iPhone or iPad - to watch embedded videos in HTML5 format.
Apple has its eyes on the billion-plus people in China as the latest way to add to the tally of iPhone 4 and iPad sales, but it will have to overcome the lawlessness and poverty stricken throughout the giant country.
Apple's wildly popular iPad is apparently cannibalizing netbook sales, at least, according to Asustek.
Apple engineers may be close to field testing what appears to be a next-gen iPad or CDMA-enabled Verizon iPhone.
Those who were waiting for Plastic Logic's version of the Kindle/Kobo/Nook are gonna go to sleep upset tonight because the company has just canceled plans to release it, but the number of people affected is probably pretty small.
Dell's new hopeful iPad killer, the Streak, goes on sale today and although the entire tech community is keeping eyes on it, it seems to be more like everyone's watching a train wreck than an exciting new product launch.
Apple has patched a serious PDF exploit that affected a number of mobile devices, including the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Did you know that four out of five notebook PCs are expected to feature graphics-enabled microprocessors by the year 2014?
After enjoying a couple years of nearly unlimited success with the Kindle, Amazon is reportedly in the planning stage to bring out another product that it will internally develop and manufacture.
For those of you who can't get enough of those Insignia TVs and Dynex DVD players that are put together with scraps of metal found in local landfills, Best Buy is apparently bringing its own tablet device to the market.
Customers can now purchase the latest Apple-branded computer, a monster 12-core system with two 2.66 GHz Intel Xeon "Westmere" processors, for around $5,000.
Some interesting new statistics have come out from a survey of e-book readers, showing that the market remains mainly a novelty and a popular gift choice, and Amazon holds a substantial lead over everyone else.
Dish will be serving up live satellite TV on a variety of mobile devices, including Android smartphones, iPads, iPhones, iPod Touches and BlackBerries.
Clearwire has introduced a personal 4G hotspot that supports a number of mobile Apple devices, including the iPad, iPod Touch and, yes, the iPhone.
New documents that detail possible features for a new version of the iPad suggest that there will be a digital camera attached to the multimedia tablet.