Premium cable channel Cinemax's heralded porn content is apparently a-ok with the people who confirm submitted iOS apps.
The legal dispute between Viacom and Cablevision has been resolved, and the big winner is the end user.
An iPad-specific version of Facebook's official iOS app has been discovered.
Android may be making an earnest dent in Apple's tablet stranglehold, but there is one market the iPad is still absolutely killing.
Crayola markers have entered the 21st century.
The next version of Apple's iPad tablet line may not be called the iPad 3.
In less than a year and a half, developers have pushed out more than 100,000 apps optimized for Apple's tablet platform.
A lot of non-iPad tablets are finally starting to makes waves around the world, but a new study shows just how much of an uphill battle they face.
Apple's next tablet will have a higher-resolution screen.
Facebook may soon be ready to launch its own official iPad app.
Opera has just released the latest version of its Web browser.
Research firm NPD is giving everyone a reality check in cause-and-effect.
Conde Nast, one of the largest magazine publishers in the country, is reportedly set to offer subscriptions to digital iPad versions of its publications.
The biggest magazine publisher in the US has just signed a deal with Apple to bring its content to the iPad.
It's a corporate battle for the ages.
Cablevision's Optimum cable service is now available to iPad users.
The iPad 2 went on sale at 4:00 AM Eastern Time on Apple's website, and within a matter of hours it appears the initial inventory has been sold out.
For those not lucky enough to pick up a brand spanking new iPad 2 when it goes on sale tomorrow, Apple has something of a consolation prize for you, allowing you to bring your current iPad or other iOS device to the latest version today.
Content creators who don't want to dabble in iPad development because it doesn't support Flash video have something enticing them to come over to the other side.
The #1 electronics retailer in America has come up with a plan to provide tablets to some of its sales people on the retail floor, but it won't say what tablet it has in mind.