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.
Amazon has apparently hit the sweet spot with the new $189 price point for its Kindle device, as it is now completely sold out with no information on when new stock will be available.
A lawsuit has been filed in the North District of California accusing Apple of falsely advertising its popular iPad as a reading device.
LG Display says it will not be able to meet demand from Apple for LCD screens for the iPad, and is warning that the device's launch may be delayed in some countries.
The Indian government has successfully created a prototype for a new multimedia tablet computer that could sell for $35 and may ultimately drive the price down to $10.
A new iPad application described as a 'social magazine' aims to present a user's Twitter and Facebook news feeds in a standard magazine format.
Will the adoption of media tablets reach a mainstream tipping point during 2010? Well, not according to principal ABI researcher Jeff Or, who predicts the devices will likely fall short of "mass market" adoption.
As it begins to focus its attention to products other than the iPhone 4, Apple today has announced nine more countries that it will be begin shipping the iPad to later this week.
With the potential sweeping recall dominating iPhone 4 news, the good features on the phone are getting overlooked, like the Wi-Fi video chat app Facetime. Now, that app is coming to the next generation of iPad and iPod Touch.
The rumored Blackberry tablet appears to be real, and it will apparently have a 7-inch screen, 1 GHz processor, and a 3G data connection.
Want to play 3D games on your Apple iPad? Well, a Florida-based company - aptly named 3D Eye Solutions - will allow you to do just that.
There is a running dialog across a number of analysts that seems to circulate around the idea that Apple is doing an experiment on how gullible, or stupid, people are.
Villain is fraggin' the Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad with its multiplayer Archetype first-person shooter (FPS).