Microsoft has never really seriously pursued the PC hardware side of things, instead teaming with large manufacturers for computers and smartphones.
The new Microsoft Surface Tablets are pretty sweet indeed. However, I highly doubt most of the industry understands how the tablet's Optical Display will actually change the market.
Apple's been fined US$2.29 million for misleading Australian customers over the 4G capability of the iPad.
Microsoft showcased a new lineup of slick Windows 8 powered "Surface" tablets at an event today in Hollywood, California.
The latest zero-to-hero story on the iPhone App Store is an app called Songza.
Microsoft and Apple have one of the longest-running and fiercest rivalries in the modern technology industry.
Apple's wildly popular iPad is set to once again increase its market share at the expense of Android tablets.
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It's no secret that Apple's sleek iPhone is the most popular single smartphone on the market.
"A pattern similar to smartphones is also occurring in tablets, with Apple and Samsung demonstrating staying power while other tablet vendors ebb and flow like the tide."
Have you ever wanted to see what it looks like from deep underwater?
It wasn't good enough for Apple, but a version of the iPad that never saw the light of day was deemed valuable enough for a $10,200 bid.
Going boldly in the opposite direction of many Android tablets these days, Toshiba's AT300 seems to have a target set on the iPad.
You know how they say if you can't beat 'em, join 'em?
The first quarter of 2012 numbers are in, and they show a lot of strength for the tablet market.
Tudor Brown, a senior founder of ARM, recently bid adieu to the Cambridge-based company.
Apple rumors never die, they just multiply. The latest?
Google is reportedly coding an iOS-specific version of its Chrome browser for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Intel has vowed to outperform its chip rivals in multiple markets, including in the traditional PC space - which Intel currently dominates - as well as the ARM-controlled mobile sector.
A new report claims Apple is preparing to launch an 8GB iPad "mini" this October for less than $250.