Forget chatting with friends and browsing Google Maps. These 10 innovative, sometimes off-the-wall uses for the iPad turn into everything from a sketchbook to an in-car navigator, restaurant kiosk and doctor’s sidekick.
A Google AdMob study of tablet usage has found that playing games is more popular than any other activity.
PopCap's deranged new studio, 4th & Battery, has already encountered its first setback. Apple has rejected Unpleasant Horse from its App Store. The rejection hasn't slowed 4th & Battery down though.
Time Warner Cable and Viacom have filed lawsuits against each other over the cable company's new iPad app that streams live TV.
HTC has beaten all estimates and posted record profits and revenue for the first quarter of 2011, doubling sales last year. Sales of the ThunderBolt and other Android handsets has been high.
Rumor has it that Best Buy and Apple are at odds, which has put the electronics retail giant's sales of the iPad 2 on hold. But who is angry with whom remains a mystery.
This simple snap-on case was designed to work with Apple's Smart Cover to provide added low-profile protection.
Gartner says that Windows Phone 7 will climb the ranks, and quickly - by 2015, it will be second only to Android.
Atari has mined 100 titles from its archives and has served them up in a tidy Greatest Hits collection available in Apple's App Store.
Brick-and-mortar game retailer GameStop has gone all out this week with tablet talk, and a new Facebook storefront.
The release of Research In Motion's BlackBerry PlayBook tablet may have been pushed back one month due to the lack of touch screens brought on by an Apple's hunger for iPad 2 components.
Gartner forecasts that by the end of 2012 Google's Android will be powering about half of all smartphones sold, easily overpowering iOS and BlackBerry.
The new technology would include new virtual buttons and indicators on the bezel that would extend capabilities beyond the normal display.
Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak will speak at Michigan State University's spring graduation ceremony on May 6.
Photofeed doesn't have all the bells, whistles, and trendy filters other photo apps do, but it has one thing most of them don't: Convenience.