Apple is reportedly testing a smaller version of its wildly popular iPad, with a display that measures approximately 7.85 inches.
When Apple stops iterating a particular product - like the the company did with the original iPod - it typically means Cupertino intends to extend and expand future device lineups.
The well-oiled Intel PR machine is kicking into high gear as Santa Clara attempts to tout its Ultrabook concept in an already saturated market.
If you have a new iPad and frequent Facebook, you'll probably want to download the new Facebook app because it's been updated specifically for you.
Consumer Reports - which hated the iPhone 4 when it launched last summer - has given the new iPad top rating.
The long-awaited second season of Game of Thrones (GoT) premieres this Sunday, April 1. Are you ready?
We live in a world of perceptions. This often plays out when Apple rolls out a new product and folks line up to buy it.
Apple's been forced to offer a refund to Australian buyers of the new iPad after confusion about the device's 4G connectivity.
Apple's slick new iPad boasts an eye-popping Retina display that MacBook owners can only envy from afar - at least for now.
Fortunately, all of that might change sooner rather than later.
Although Apple remains the undisputed market leader in the lucrative tablet space, the buzz created by the iPad has paved the way for numerous vendors to join the race, especially in the lower price segment.
Users can now watch movies on-the-go if they have a DirecTV account.
The official Netflix app on the iPad has just been given a big makeover.
The latest in everyone's favorite bird-slinging game franchise has arrived.
The allure of high-speed mobile data on the new iPad is great, but is it feasible with today's restrictive data plans?
The new iPad runs considerably hotter than its predecessor, tests have shown - making it perfect for reading in bed, perhaps, but alarming some users.
Sales of Apple's wildly popular iPad are ramping at an accelerated rate of 156% year over year.
Apple currently dominates the lucrative tablet market with its wildly popular lineup of 9.7-inch iPads, and will likely continue to do so for the foreseeable future.
The Federal Aviation Administration is believed to be re-examining the rules which prohibit the use of electronic devices during takeoff and landing.
Apple's making a smaller profit on its new iPads than on the previous model, a teardown by research firm iSuppli indicates.
The rapid evolution of mobile devices is actively driving the industry to develop better graphics, optimized voice quality and faster quad-core processors.