When a leading Android fansite picks the iPad Air 2 as the top tablet for it's holiday gift guide, you know something is seriously wrong with Android tablets ecosystem as a whole.
Showing results 1 to 20 of 525
If your significant other or children already own a tablet, why not jazz it up with some gadgets and accessories this year?
Both Amazon and Apple have tablets at the ready for the holiday spending extravaganza. But that means consumers are faced with a choice. So, let's put Apple's iPad Air 2 up against Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX and see which comes out the winner.
Sales on these devices don't always yield big discounts, but here's how to save a little on these popular holiday gifts.
This year will see the first full year of decline in iPad shipments, according to new figures, sending a signal to the rest of the tablet market.
Apple's iPad may have the biggest slice of the tablet share, but one writer found that the Surface Pro 3 can be the laptop replacement you really need in your work life.
The folks at Logitech apparently never rest, with the rash of cases regularly appearing for the new iPad. This new one has a hidden hinge that props the tablet just as you want it.
The retailer, with locations throughout the eastern half of the U.S., is also selling the iPad mini 2 for $20 off and a Samsung Chromebook for $50 less than the normal $249 price.
The office retailer will also have the original iPad Air for $319, the iPad with Retina Display for $279, and the Toshiba Encore Mini Windows 8.1 tablet for $99.99.
Let the iPad tablet holiday pricing war begin.
Seeking tips for using mobile devices in class? Check out these articles, how-to guides and tutorials.
With its latest iPad variant, Apple has kept a lid on costs and slimmed down its tablet. Here's how.
While there may not be much separating the iPad mini 3 from its predecessor, there's one key difference that will give the new diminutive tablet an edge in the corporate and BYOD environments.
What makes Apple's new iPad Air 2 tick? The iFixit team gets their hands on the new tablet and do what they do best – take it apart.
The iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 will spearhead Apple's tablet push for the next year or so. Are the improvements enough to keep the iPad ahead of the game?
On the eve of the next-generation iPad unveiling, Larry Dignan wagered that Apple's tablet would grow to become more of an enterprise device than a personal one. Readers were happy to take that bet.
A new iPad is on the way and with it will come new and improved features. But what consumers want from the new tablet and what they end up getting might not match up that well.
If Cupertino wants to stave off that iPad sales slowdown, then it has to change the recipe. Or at least add some new dishes to the menu.
Apple's iPad event on Oct. 16 could go a long way toward positioning the tablet more as an enterprise device. If Apple wants more unit shipments and market share, the enterprise is going to be its best option.
Apple needs to jump start demand for its iPad line. It's unclear whether a gold option and ultimately a 12.9-inch tablet will do the trick.
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Perfectly legal ways you can still get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)
- 2 How much does an iPhone 6 really cost? (Hint: It's way more than $199)
- 3 31 ways to improve your iPhone's battery life
- 4 Seven privacy settings you should change immediately in iOS 8
- 5 Review: Tile Bluetooth tag (verdict: Great)