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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?
The future of the iPad is in the hands of the iPad Air, but does the redesign have what it takes to hold its own against the onslaught of Android tablets?
The Obama Administration has overturned a sales ban on iPhone and iPad models -- leaving us wondering what the future of trade, IP rights and patents holds.
The iPad Mini and the Microsoft Surface are going to shake up the tablet market this fall. In both cases, the amount of disruption depends largely on how buyers react to the price tag.
While pundits confidently predict that the iPad mini will land - possibly as early as this month in order to be ready for the holiday season - Apple needs to get several things right if this new class of device is to mimic the success of its big brother.
Over the last three weeks, we've made enough predictions that we've probably caused Nostradamus to roll over in his grave.
Taiwanese company Proview suing Apple for alleged fraud and unfair competition, and seeking to regain global rights to iPad name, report says.
Proview Technology, which holds the rights to the iPad trademark in China, has sought to have the devices removed from shops, according to local news reports
There was a time when holding a patent was a prestigious accomplishment. A patent used to be a respectable thing. Now it's a dirty word. And, shame on anyone who protects their intellectual property--especially if it's Apple.
It's pretty much a given that HP will leap into the tablet wars full force with an announcement on February 9, all but certain to involve the WebOS platform it purchased Palm for last year. But can a WebOS tablet compete effectively against Apple's iPad juggernaut and the rash of Android tablets coming from every direction?
Steve Jobs is right about tablets, right about RIM, wrong about Android, and kills off the "7-inch iPad" nonsense
Apple CEO Steve Jobs was in fighting spirits during yesterday's earnings conference call and found the time to take swipes at, well, pretty much every Apple competitor out there.
There is a very real human cost to the Apple iPad but that would change if it were a "Fair Trade" iPad...
Apple uses some terms that seem to exaggerate a bit when describing their products, but after 3 weeks of using the iPad I think they may have been right in describing the iPad. Here are four reasons why the iPad is magical and revolutionary to me.
Some of my favorite iPad selections from the App Store.
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