This high-end iPad bag from Acronym lets users keep free hands while reading or browsing on their iPads.
When the linguists begin weighing in, you know things are getting serious...
Following a week of developer testing, Google has officially launched in-app purchasing functionality for apps available through its Android Market.
Apple may have a secure hold on both the consumer and enterprise tablet markets, for now. But according to Dell's Andy Lark, Cupertino's gold-plated grip will inevitably let loose.
A new forecast from the IDC says Windows Phone 7 will climb the mobile OS ranks and come second only to Android.
JBL's new OnBeat Speaker Dock for iPad (and, yes, iPhones and iPods) brings sophisticated speaker tech and the ability to rotate your docked i-device.
Following a defeat, Nokia has filed a new infringement complaint against Apple, saying nearly all Apple hardware products infringe on Nokia patents.
Critics of the much-talked-about new photo-sharing app Color can add another bickering point to the pot: A simple GPS "spoof" allows for spying on any Color user's photos.
Amazon's newly released Cloud Player for Web appears to be blocked in Apple's Mobile Safari for iOS devices.
Amazon has officially announced its Cloud Drive "digital locker" media storage service, along with a Cloud Player for both the web and Android-based devices.
A threat to Apple offices leads to evacuation in Sacramento.
New rumors say Apple wants to cement itself in your living room with its own TV set.
A new report from a Japanese Mac blog says that Apple may miss its traditional summer launch for its next iPhone model.
New rumors say that Amazon will show off a cloud-based digital locker for video and music content, giving Google and Apple some competition.
It's official: Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference will take place in San Francisco on June 6. The company says iOS and Mac OS will take center stage.