The iPad is still synonymous with the concept of a tablet, but Apple’s tablets have now slipped below 50% of all tablets sold. So what’s taken their place? An array of tablets that are generally smaller, cheaper but still basically equivalent to an iPad.
Buying a TV used to be an in-store experience, but increasingly people are making this big purchase online.
Analysts are continuing to hammer Microsoft following the release of its Windows 8 operating system, saying its partly to blame for slow PC sales.
I find Black Friday and Cyber Monday to be crass plays on retail instincts and getting us to buy things based on price, not need. But having said that, here are some tips on how to handle the twin days of retail madness.
Not since the iPad arrived has there been such an explosion of new tablet tech to choose from.
You never know when its going to come: storm, wind, earthquake or fire can all knock out power for an extended period.
As Apple rumors go, this one is perhaps the most unanimous: A new, smaller iPad is on the way.
Amid fierce competition between brick-and-mortar stores and online retailers, Best Buy will reportedly price match Amazon.com and other major online outlets. Notorious for excluding online retailers from its price match policy, Best Buy’s latest move may deter consumers from using it’s stores as a “showroom.”
You don’t have to spend more than the average for a new car that has a nice dose of tech and modern engineering.
The iPhone 5 is a great phone, but it’s been awhile since Apple was the only serious choice and this phone doesn’t change that.