The iPad mini has proved to be a huge success for Apple. It's clear many people want smaller tablets, so the company is apparently going to slim down its 9.7-inch iPad 5 a bit.
The types of computers that people buy is changing. Sales of tablets are surging even as interest in more traditional computers wanes, according to a report from IDC.
Sony announced its new PS4 console earlier this week. Along with the new system will come a new way to play with the Sony PlayStation App that will turn mobile devices into a second screen.
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.
The bug that has plagued many users of the iPhone and iPad has apparently been fixed. Apple released iOS 6.1.2 to handle this serious flaw in iOS 6.1. Get more details from Brighthand.
TechnologyGuide covers special education programs for the Apple iPad.
The current feud between Microsoft and Apple has resulted in slow updates and delay of product releases, but Microsoft's decision to not release Office for iPad may lose the company billions.
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