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New data shows that third-party retailers are offering bigger and more frequent discounts on Apple products, making the company's tablets and phones far more affordable that the sticker price may suggest.
Tablets and smartphones make it easy -- too easy -- to stay connected to our jobs 24/7. It's not good for us, and the backlash has begun. Learn more from SearchConsumerization.
Microsoft has just begun offering a less expensive way for consumers to subscribe to its suite off Office apps, including the new iPad version.
The Heartbleed bug has potentially exposed the personal and professional info of millions of people, but users of Apple's tablets should be relieved to learn that this security flaw isn't incorporated into the iOS. Not all Android users can be as sanguine, however.
Tired of always being productive on your iPad or Android tablet, or just looking for some new ways to have fun?
There's a possible answer for those wondering how long it will be before Apple refreshes its full-size and mid-size tablets: they might come out less than a year after their predecessors.
The only real drawback to LTE-enabled tablets is they cost more than WiFi-only ones. T-Mobile is going to erase this difference for its subscribers.
Apple offers the new iPad Air for $500, while the older iPad 4 is available for $100 less. Is the newer model worth the extra money? Find out in this comparision.
Lightroom mobile, which has just been added to Adobe's Creative Cloud family, allows users to access and edit images on an Apple iPad using failiar tools. Details are available from DigitalCameraReview.
How well does Microsoft's Office for iPad fare against the version the company created for Windows laptops and desktops? Read this review to find out.
Sharkk's keyboard cover for the iPad Air sets itself apart with a design that lets users easily flip between landscape and portrait orientations.
The very first iPad was launched four years ago today. If you still have one of those tablets, it shouldn't be in a drawer -- there's still plenty of life in it.
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