Apple officially began selling its new iPad Air to customers on Friday. I was at the Apple Store in Palo Alto and while the store was somewhat crowded, there were no lines out front.
Apple’s new operating system iOS 7 comes out on Wednesday, but before you do the install people are wondering if they should hold off to see what other people think.
Touch screen tablet computers have given brain injury patients who have trouble speaking new ways to communicate at a fraction of the cost of speech synthesis equipment common just a few years ago.
Sales of smartphones and tablets may have hurt sales of old-fashioned PC’s, but after returning from the IFA Consumer Electronics Show in Berlin our tech analyst saw some things that show the PC industry isn’t quite dead.
Staples office supply stores will sell the Nexus 7, a computer tablet that Google designed to compete against the Kindle Fire and iPad.
A judge is ordering Samsung Electronics Co. to halt sales of its Galaxy 10.1 tablet computer while the court considers Apple’s patent infringement claims.
While the popularity of tablets continues to grow, their design is continuing to evolve. This week Microsoft unveiled the new Surface tablet computer that features a keyboard and a built-in stand.
It’s the news Facebook fans have longed to hear. The wait for an official iPad app appears to finally be over.
Are tablet makers, who previously wanted to compete with Apple and its iPad, already walking away from the fight?
The tablet computers that have shown up on a handful of restaurant tables around the country could be the answer for anyone who’s ever waited too long for the check, or argued with a waiter over whether the order was to hold the mayo.