An important component of what's supposedly the iPad mini 2 has appeared in some images coming out of Asia. If these are real, then this device is going to be thicker than the current version.
It sounds counter-intuitive, but free games can generate more profits than for-pay ones. Infinity Blade proved this in the last week.
Those who are considering a full-size iPad might be interested to hear that an analyst is predicting that the fifth-generation 9.7-inch tablet from Apple will be smaller than its predecessors.
The combined sales of games in the iOS App Store and Google Play narrowly exceeded handheld games in consumer spending last quarter. Brighthand has more information.
Users of the popular Audible iPhone app will be happy to learn that Audible.com announced today that the app will now be supported by the iPad and the iPad Mini as well.
Square has taken another step in its quest to make mobile payments the new norm by today announcing its "Business in a Box" package. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.
In this editorial, TabletPCReview's Site Editor explains why he thinks the success of the Windows tablet category is inevitable.
HP will soon be enlarging its tablet offerings with a model running Google Android, if an unconfirmed report is correct.
A high-level Microsoft executive says that his company is prepared for Windows devices in a wide range of sizes.
QuickBooks Online, the popular accounting cloud app is now available for download on the iPad. The iPad app will offer QuickBook access to iPad users and additional connectivity for existing QuickBook online customers.
Early adopters of the Microsoft Surface Pro tablet have discovered that Adobe Photoshop doesn't fully support the stylus that comes with this tablet. That might change soon.
Reports are coming in the Google has started to send out a new version of the Android OS to its Nexus tablets. This appears to be just a "bug fix" update, however.
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