Three years from now, the iPad, which invented the modern tablet market, will be on the outside looking in.
Those who weren't quick enough to pre-order their new iPad online have one last resort.
As predicted, Sharp seems to have failed to come up with the goods, and its LCD panels likely won't be appearing on the new iPad when it hits the stores on Friday.
People with an iPhone 4S who have downloaded the latest firmware update noticed a surprising change.
This week, Apple unveiled a new version of its long-awaited iPad at a packed event in San Francisco, California.
Truthfully, Tim Cook reminded me a lot of John Scully when he was on stage announcing Apple's "New" iPad earlier this week.
Amazon is reportedly preparing to launch two new tablet PCs during the second half of 2012.
Although a number of Android-powered tablets are currently flying off store shelves, Apple is widely expected to maintain its dominance of the hyper-competitive mobile market.
Apple has introduced the pricing structures for iPad LTE connectivity.
Apple's next-gen iPad is expected to feature support for 4G LTE, which could help significantly boost adoption of the increasingly popular connectivity standard.
While the iPad's share in the tablet market has steadily declined, there's been no one Android tablet to take the majority of the credit.
Apple's market cap has gotten so big, it's more valuable than a lot of countries.
China's Proview has ramped up its battle with Apple over the iPad trademark, saying it's now seeking global rights to the name.
We've probably all dreamed of playing our favorite rock 'n roller's guitar
at some point or another.
Chinese firm Proview, which claims it owns the iPad name in the country, has taken its case to the US by filing a suit in a California court.
The "he said, she said" game is running rampant in the tech world today. Granted, this time around it seems more like The Daily versus Microsoft.
Microsoft is reportedly set to submit an iPad-optimized version of its flagship Office suite to the App Store for approval.
Apple's share of the global media tablet market slipped to 57% during the fourth quarter of 2011 - down from 64% in the third quarter.
Google's been accused of 'tricking' Safari to bypass security settings and track iPhone and iPad users' locations through cookies.
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