Motorola posts first quarter numbers: Shipped 250,000 Xoom tablets

While Motorola shipped more than some expected, the Xoom's first quarter numbers prove it didn't live up to the hype.

Scosche freeKEY Bluetooth keyboard: spillproof and flexible

Looking for a portable keyboard for your iPad, smartphone, or other device? The Scosche freeKEY is spillproof - and you can roll it up when you're done.

South Park takes on Apple location tracking in ‘HUMANCENTiPad’

South Park's new season opened by making fun of Apple hysteria and the crazy controversy over location tracking that has erupted in the last week or so. Prepare for Steve Jobs's newest creation: the HumancentiPad!

Crystograph offers new, sparkling gold version of iPad 2 for $10,000

Be the belle of the tech ball with this opulent, expensive, Swarovski-studded iPad 2, which rings in at a whopping $10,000.

Customers sue Apple over clandestine iPhone tracking

Apple is being sued for invasion of privacy and violation of computer fraud laws. Users of iOS 4 may be part of a class action suit.

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer arrives in the U.S., sells out almost immediately

ASUS releases its Honeycomb-powered Eee Pad Transformer tablet in the United States, and it immediately sells out everywhere.

South Korea, Europe investigating Apple over iOS location-tracking

As South Korea begins an investigation, the Wall Street Journal has revealed that 3G-enabled iOS devices continue to track and record locations even after location services are disabled.

Earth Day meets iPad with these eco-friendly cases

Add a little earth-friendly style to your iPad or iPad 2 with some of our favorite sustainably-made cases and sleeves.
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Police use Apple iOS tracking data for investigations

It remains unknown why Apple is recording and storing iPhone and iPad user location data — but the police seem to be using it to solve crimes.

Samsung files countersuit against Apple, claiming 10 wireless tech patent infringements

Samsung responds to Apple's recent lawsuit with a countersuit claiming that the Cupertino-based company's iPhone and iPad infringe on 10 wireless technology patents.

Once an April Fool’s joke, iCade becomes reality and sells out

The iCade retro games machine, which started life as an April Fool's joke, has sold out soon after becoming a reality.

Apple profits soar in the second quarter

Apple's financial results for the second quarter ending March 2011 show that profits have soared.