Apple's iPad 2 could sell more units than the original iPad, says analysts -- a remarkable feat by any measure.
Clearwire's CEO Bill Morrow has stepped down for "personal reasons," with chairman John Stanton taking over as interim CEO.
A Research In Motion executive says the company's upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will have FaceTime-like functionality.
Instapaper 3.0, now available on the App Store, includes some very social updates.
A YouTube user posts a video showing an iPad updated to the newly released iOS 4.3 running an untethered jailbreak.
Apple adds a password check to all in-app purchases and removes the 15-minute window that allows users to continue making purchases after an initial password entry.
Hoping to score an iPad 2 on launch day? We've got the ultimate buyer's guide to help you figure out which model you want and find the best place to buy it.
As the launch for the iPad 2 nears, Rob Enderle questions whether the incrementally improved successor can possibly live up to the revolutionary original.
The FCC will renew the fight against cell phone jammers to keep signals strong nationwide - but there are arguments as to whether banning the devices keeps everyone safe.
Symnantec says a fake Android Market Security Tool is targeting Android users...and appears to be based on an open source Android project.
An advisory firm is urging HP shareholders not approve new HP CEO Leo Apotheker's board appointments, saying he broke company rules in nominating them.
Verizon and AT&T have both revealed data pricing for the iPad 2, and there are a few surprises!
Verizon is offering refunds to anyone who fell victim to what it alleges are fraudulent premium text message campaigns.
VeriFone says Square's mobile card readers have a fatal security flaw; Square CEO Jack Dorsey says it's no more flawed than credit cards themselves.
Feel like staying up late - or getting up early? The iPad 2 will go on sale at Apple's Web site at 1 a.m PST (that's 4 a.m EST).