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Box is also celebrating the new iOS apps with free 50GB of storage space up for grabs too.
The tech giant has tightened up the iPad Air supply in Hong Kong while relaxing sales in China, targeting the latter's billion-dollar market.
Apple's biggest, most elusive target graduates to the first launch wave for the new iPad Air. Here's one reason why.
Pundits are all over the high price and incremental update for Apple's latest 128GB Retina iPad. But guess what? These things are going to sell. And there's a lesson for Google here, too.
Figures from Strategy Analytics show that while no single Android manufacturer offers a serious threat to Apple's iPad, they are collectively catching up. The question now is how much of an impact Microsoft makes with Windows 8 and RT.
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Home security company ADT wants to transform into a 'smart home' vendor. Using iPads and iPad apps are a key enabler of this strategy.
Companies producing tablets know they must compete with the iPad and with Android tablets. The strategy Microsoft has taken for upcoming Windows tablets may have the platform competing with itself.
If Apple expands the iPad lineup to both higher and lower price points, the company is likely to continue strong growth.
A new analysis of the iPad and its rival tablets suggests that the key to Apple's competitive, successful design strategy is its tight control of the innovation process. Here are three reasons why.
Apple has been turning its product launches into "events" for decades, and this marketing strategy has been extended to include users queuing up outside its stores. In the iPad 2's case, it would be much more efficient to take pre-orders online, but Apple has decided against doing this in the US.
When Apple launched the iPad last year many were surprised at the aggressive pricing. This pricing strategy has proven to be brilliant, and forced competitors to look to carrier subsidies to get pricing low enough to generate sales.
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?
ASUS has a different tablet strategy than most of the vendors trotting out tablets at CES 2011. Learn it's two-pronged strategy for beating the iPad and get the details on its four tablets.
A number of financial analysts and company watchers (including yours truly) have wondered whether the company's seeming lack of an immediate strategy to directly address the growth of the iPad and Android consumer slates would come back to bite it. Not too surprisingly, Microsoft officials are insisting that Windows PCs and tablets are what customers want and what they will get.
Microsoft has promised Windows 7 tablets to compete with the iPad. See why that strategy is misguided and how it is indicative of the larger struggles at Microsoft.
Some believe Microsoft is being coy about its slate plans. Others simply think the company is being clueless. I think the Redmondians are planting decoys, hoping they'll provide cover for missteps.
Microsoft has a six-pack of lightweight operating systems, but still lacks anything that can answer Apple's iPad. Will Microsoft miss another mobile computing curve?
As Apple reconsiders Pulitzer winner's iPhone app, news outlets should think twice about iPad strategy
The rejection of an editorial cartoonists app is in the spotlight after the cartoonist won the Pulitzer Prize and Apple said it will reconsider the app.
The Apple iPad and the Oracle-Sun strategy top today's headlines