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.
Although Amazon has not once said anything about how many Kindles or digital books it has sold, the online retailer is confident that it has a grip on as much as 80% of the e-book market.
An Android fanboi and his girlfriend managed to infiltrate a heavily guarded Apple store and deface several "magical" iPads with digital Android graffiti and wallpaper.
If you're an iPhone owner and you hear all this great stuff about "jailbreaking" your phone but have no idea how to actually do it, there's a new app that makes it quite easy, and for the first time it can be done without connecting to an external computer.
RIM (Research in Motion) is reportedly prepping a tablet computer dubbed "BlackPad" for its November debut.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer isn't all that impressed with Apple's so-called "magical" iPad.
MaxNick is targeting Apple's iPhone and iPad with its SteamPunk-themed Box Battle artillery game.
The notoriously fickle Apple has apparently banned Time Inc. from selling and managing subscriptions for its iPad apps.
It's a truism that people either love Apple and all it stands for - or hate it. But the reason, according to consumer research outfit MyType, is that Apple fans, or iPad owners at any rate, are selfish, unkind people, whereas PC owners are independent geeks.