Department store chain Sears is facing the music after it accidentally let its website display a $69 iPad 2 for sale.
There's a problem with a small number of iPad 2 tablets sold with Verizon connectivity.
An updated version of Yahoo's Messenger app for the iPad adds support for video chatting.
The iPad 2 has officially gone on sale in China.
There's a new player in town when it comes to the iPad 2, and this one plays to a much younger demographic.
Apparently Apple isn't too happy about a reportedly deceptive iPad 2 sales tactic at Best Buy.
From day one, the iPad 2 has been available in more retail locations than the iPad ever was.
If you don't want an iPad 2 after seeing this, then it means you can spot BS a mile away.
If you prefer to buy all your electronics at Radio Shack, you'll now finally be able to buy an iPad device.
The iPad 2 is already available in the US and some other major countries, with plans for 25 countries put in place. But India isn't in them.
Apparently the Wi-Fi-only version of the iPad 2 is able to suck out the iPhone's GPS capabilities when the two devices are tethered.
Japan certainly has other things on its mind right now, and so as not to trivialize the recent natural disaster there, Apple has decided to push back the release of the iPad 2 in that country.
If your local Apple Store, like many others, is completely sold out of the new iPad, you might want to check back today as several locations are putting new inventory on the shelves today.
Today is the launch of Apple's brand new tablet, and while many people have poked fun at Apple quickly making its product irrelevant, this one comes less than a year after the first iPad was released.