With Mothers' Day, Fathers' Day, and Graduation Season coming up, you might be looking for a gift for someone in your family. Let me suggest a tablet.
In the first three months of this year, Apple sold 19.5 million tablets. Of these, 64% were the new iPad mini.
Many Android users have long taken advantage of the benefits of Google Now, the search giant?s personal assistant app. There's now a version for the iPad, and TechnologyGuide says it's worth trying out.
Early reports on iOS 7 are starting to come from people who claim to have seen the next version of Apple's mobile operating system, and they say it's going to look considerably different from the current one.
Apple CEO Tim Cook made it clear last week that a new version of the iPad mini won't be out before this fall. A report from an industry analyst says it might be late fall or even early winter before the debut of this tablet.
Google has released an iOS version of Google Now, its service that seeks to act as an intelligent assistant for the user. It includes a voice-control feature that invites comparison with Apple's Siri. With a Video Preview
A market analyst says Apple could be working on an even cheaper version of the iPad mini. This device could sell for as little as $200.
J.D. Power has conducted its second annual survey of satisfaction among tablet owners. As happened last year, Apple topped the list.
With the release of an iOS edition of LEGO Batman: DC Superheroes, the Dark Avenger is heading to the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch in full LEGO goodness.
Thanks to its easy portability, the iPad is a great tool for creating and delivering business presentations. Here are nine cool presentation apps for the iPad.
There has been tremendous speculation about when Apple will introduce its next tablet. There is official word from no less a luminary than Apple's CEO.
During the first three months of this year, Apple say strong growth in its tablet sales. Sale were up over 65% from the same quarter of 2012.
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