New report from research firm IDC shows tablet shipments up, and Apple's share of shipments fell.
The iPad 2 isn't the revolutionary product that the original iPad was, but it's a very good followup.
Widgets and notifications stand out as areas in which Apple needs to mount a challenge.
We went hands-on with the iPad 2, and saw first-hand the difference a little weight, and a lot of tapering could make compared with the first-generation iPad. Let's take a look.
New tablet solidifies Apple’s lead over its Android competitors. The introduction of new media-oriented apps makes the iPad a more capable PC replacement.
The next iPad will have a dual-core processor, an up to two-times faster CPU, with up to nine-times faster graphics. Pricing starts at $499. iPad 2 also will be one-third thinner than iPad 1 and will sport built-in front and rear-facing cameras and an iOS 4.3 update.
New technology--which debuts in Apple's new MacBook Pros--promises to significantly speed up data transfers.
The Xoom is well-conceived and well-constructed, but some rough edges, a middling display, and a high price may deter early adopters.
Judging by what we're seeing from HP’s WebOS strategy, the company is on the right path to making its mark in the tablet universe.
Join us on a visual tour of WebOS on the new HP TouchPad tablet.