Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on June 10 in San Francisco. What can you expect to see? We take a look at some of the rumors.
Apple has suddenly whacked up the prices of a number of its iDevices in Japan, with a weak yen cited as the cause of the hike. Anyone who was considering buying, for example, the 128GB iPad will now have to fork out an extra 13,000 yen ($130).
A rumor has put the iPad Mini 2 down for a late 2013 launch, and suggested the new version of the tablet will come with a Retina display, just like that seen on its bigger brother.
Earlier today, Acer officially unveiled its newest line of gadgets, including the new Acer Iconia A1, a mini tablet with an extremely competitive price. We compared it to two industry leaders to see how it stacks up against the competition.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 8.0 is a well-rounded tablet that's just as good at content creation as consumption, but can it truly compete with Apple's iPad Mini? Both tablets are about the same size - compare them side by side and some aspects stick out.
Apple is continuing its iDevice marketing campaign, adding a new page to its website singing the praises of the iPad. At the beginning of last week it added a similar page about the iPhone.
Though many have speculated Apple would release its second generation of iPad Minis this spring, equipped with Retina Display, a new report says it won't. It appears that the new iPad Mini will not debut until the third quarter of this year.
Amazon announced the release of a new app that allows customers to access the Amazon Cloud using an iPad or iPad mini. The free app allows users to stream music from the cloud on their device while connected to Wi-Fi or a network, plus download files to play…
Google hasn't yet shared just how its Nexus 7 is doing, but one analyst has done the math, and it continues to look good, but not great for the 7-inch tablet
Apple has rolled out a couple of new TV ads focusing on its two tablets – the iPad and iPad Mini – and the variety and large number of available apps. The ads' respective YouTube pages include the tagline, “With over 300,000 apps, iPad is up for anything…
Spreading a little love just ahead of Valentine's Day, LinkedIn boss Jeff Weiner rewarded all full-time employees at the company with an iPad Mini on Wednesday. The gift was reportedly in recognition of their "hard work and accomplishments" in 2012.