(AP)—Apple Inc. is refusing to compete on price with its rivals in the tablet market—it's pricing its new, smaller iPad well above the competition.
Just weeks after its momentous launch of the iPhone 5, Apple is back with what is expected to be another hot gadget— a "mini" version of its market-leading iPad tablet.
Microsoft says its first tablet computer, the Surface, will start at $499 when it goes on sale Oct. 26.
(AP)—Apple Inc. has sent out invites for an event next Tuesday, where it's expected to announce the release of a smaller iPad.
Two out of five American teenagers have an iPhone, in a sign that Apple is the "pre-eminent technology brand" for youth, a survey by a financial firm shows.
The PC is not dead, but it's no longer king of the technology universe.
Intel previewed a wave of tablet computers powered by a microprocessor that the company redesigned to make a bigger dent in the rapidly growing mobile market.
(AP)—A German court has dismissed Apple Inc.'s claim that Samsung Electronics and Google Inc.'s Motorola Mobility infringed patents used in touch-screen devices.
Apple prevailed Friday at a US trade panel in a patent infringement complaint filed by South Korea's Samsung over wireless communication technology for the iPhone and other Apple devices.
As the tablet wars heat up, Toys R US on Monday announced it was launching its rival to the market-leading iPad, with "kid safe" content.