The Wall Street Journal, WSJ, rhymes with vajayjay, is going to charge $18 a month for its iPad subscription. Richie Rich is first official subscriber.
I was at a joint Intel/HP event at DreamWorks yesterday and Jeffrey Katzenberg spoke to us about 3D and how it was likely the biggest thing to happen since color.
The iPad will part the waters of the enterprise, and release the pent up frustrations of many, many IT managers. For verily, they will have a device that they won't be able to fix, open up, or throw at their users. It will just be. Be.
Amazon has unwrapped a special edition of its Kindle e-book shop and reader application for Apple's long-awaited iPad.
Start-up app review websites need money to sustain themselves, and independent app developers need exposure. What happens when those two things mix?
Amazon has finally launched Kindle for the Mac, filling a rather noticeable gap in the list of supported devices, and is promising a proper version for the iPad soon.
There appear to be three types of iPad buyer currently circling the iPad pre-orders and each is decidedly different.
They range from religious types who think the device is the equivalent of Moses’ tablets all the way over to folks that just want a bigger iPod.
Rejoice all ye Apple faithful! The long-awaited “magical” iPad is currently available for pre-order, with reservations limited to two per customer.
An ARM spokesperson has predicted that the launch of Apple’s iPad will prompt the release of over 50 rival tablet PC devices in 2010.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has harshly criticized Apple for imposing a draconian licensing agreement on developers.
HP is fighting back against the Apple iPad with more information about its Slate device, and it doesn't agree with the old adage that if you can't say somtihng nice, you shouldn't say anything at all.
A new survey conducted by ChangeWave claims that Apple’s iPad is likely to have a “major impact” on the e-Reader, laptop and home entertainment markets.
Apple has announced that the Wi-Fi version of its so-called "magical and revolutionary" iPad will be available for sale in the US on April 3.
Sony is reportedly preparing to challenge Apple with a new line of handheld products, including a smartphone capable of running Playstation games.
A new report suggests that production of Apple’s iPad has remained on track, with 600,000-700,000 units expected to ship this month.
Facebook and Twitter scams are sweeping the net, offering users the chance to beta test an Apple iPad.
Not interested in shelling out the big bucks for Apple's overhyped iPad?
Well, Archos has introduced two new Android-based tablet devices with a fairly reasonable $200-$223 price tag.
An analyst at Canaccord Adams has claimed that initial availability of Apple's overhyped iPad may be limited by an "unspecified" production problem.
Haleron has taken on Apple's overpriced iPad with an Android-powered tablet that features a 800 x 480 TFT LCD touchscreen along with a VIA 600 MHz processor.
A Morgan Stanley analyst has predicted that Apple may introduce a line of cheaper iPhones in June.