Don't you just hate it when you buy something and then just a couple weeks later it's already obsolete? If that's how you're feeling about your recent iPad purchase, Apple wants to make it right.
Random House, one of the largest book publishers in the world, has finally joined its peers in coming on board to Apple's digital e-book platform, the last of the major publishers to do so.
Apparently coating the iPhone 4 in a different color is the most difficult thing known to mankind, as Apple delayed the launch of a white version of the device indefinitely. So get your grains of salt ready, but there's a new rumor that the iPad 2 will have a white counterpart.
Just because the iPad tends to overheat when it's in direct sunlight doesn't mean Apple participated in deceptive advertising by saying using an iPad is "just like reading a book," according to a summary ruling by a judge in the case of a class action lawsuit.
The iPad 2 hasn't even been announced yet and already people have begun speculating about the iPad 3...or as some are calling it, the iPad Mini.
If the rumors are true, Apple's big reveal for the next version of the iPad will be low on the fanfare, but since it is Apple it will probably still be really big on the lofty marketing speak and second-coming-of-Jesus PR phrases.
After an unexpected delay, it's now being reported that Rupert Murdoch will launch his next revolution in media on February 2, when The Daily is set to be available on Apple's iPad.
Like any big tech product, the iPad 2 has seen a whole lot of rumors and speculation long before the company that will be making it has even said a word about it. But it looks like Apple will finally say something about its next-gen tablet on February 9.
No one can possibly be surprised that Apple is at the top of the tablet leaderboard, but an 87.4% majority in any high-profile market is staggering no matter who you are.
Three mysterious new product SKUs popped up on BestBuy.com over the weekend before they were almost immediately removed. All three were listed as "iPad" products.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has launched a few successful publications in his time, but we're going to have to wait a bit longer to see if The Daily is one of them. The pending iPad-exclusive newspaper won't be coming out as soon as expected.
A little-known Chinese manufacturer is reported to have shown iPad 2 cases at its CES booth.
You want an iPad? That is so 2010. Seriously, if you wanna be up-to-date with the latest and greatest technology, you'll need Apple's official successor to the device, which is now rumored to come out in just two months.
They can barely read, but kids as young as six years old are already getting iPad fever. It's the most-wanted consumer electronic gift among the very young demographic.
As Tivo continues its climb to remain relevant in a world highly dominated by cable company DVRs, the company has just released a new iPad-specific app to be the perfect companion to anyone with a Tivo box.
At 1:00 PM Eastern Time today, the hotly anticipated upgrade to the iPad will go live for the tens of millions of people out there with one of these gadgets.
The Washington Post has become the latest newspaper to make its way to Apple's digital tablet platform, offering the entire content available in the daily paper for no cost at all. At least for now.
There's an Android-powered iPad competitor that you're now able to buy cheaper than ever...and it's not at a place you'd expect.
If you've poured dozens of hours into games like Starcraft, you may have thought you were just honing your pointless video game skills. But in reality, you were years ahead of the government in realizing the best way to manage time and resources during war.
Fresh on the heels of a class-action lawsuit being filed against it, social games publisher Zynga has launched an iPad version of its mega hit Farmville.