I’ve been thinking a lot about Windows 8, as it’s a pretty complex product.
The next generation iPhone and iPad will apparently be ready for consumers at the tail end of summer.
The author of Frankenstein for iOS used to be a games designer - but don't expect this interactive version of Mary Shelley's classic book to feature any technicolor monsters lurching out of the screen.
Tablet sales may very well outpace notebook PC shipments by 2016, at least according to analysts at NPD DisplaySearch.
It wasn't long ago that Logitech unveiled its Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for Apple's new iPad.
IDC has confirmed a "steep drop" in shipments of Android-based tablets as Apple continues to dominate the lucrative market with its wildly popular iPad.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company is reportedly investing $700 million in 20-nanometer chip technology to prepare for a possible deal with Apple in 2014.
Microsoft Windows 8 has long been touted as the savior of the laptop and notebook market - which faces a very real threat from Apple's iPad and various Android tablets.
It's possible that as many as half of the Android tablets that people are using today are Kindle Fires.
There are a number of keyboards on the market today that facilitate quick and easier typing for users of Apple's wildly popular iPad.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says iOS (iPad) and OS X (iMac, MacBooks) will remain two distinct operating systems for their respective lineup of devices.
Apple's profits almost doubled in the first quarter of this year compared with last, hitting $11.6 billion. Revenue increased 59 percent to reach $39.2 billion.
Apple's defending its '4G' branding of the iPad in Australia, saying it's technically correct.
The iPad is certainly a very capable tablet and with the right apps, you may not need to carry around a heavier notebook.
Intel and Microsoft are clearly disappointed that Apple’s ARM-powered iPad continues to dominate the lucrative mobile sphere.
The launch of an iPad "mini" is inevitable at some point in the future, at least according to one industry analyst.
In an effort to break into the impulse-buy market, the iPad is about to get a little brother.
Apple's iPad continues to dominate the mobile market and is expected to account for 61.4% of worldwide media tablet sales in 2012 - despite the advent of Windows 8 and Amazon’s popular Kindle Fire.
Toshiba believes when it comes to tablets, bigger is definitely better.
It's quite possible that in the near future, "iPad" will be a generic term that can refer to any tablet.