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Lessons from the AT&T/iPad user email address leak

The leak of more than 100,000 iPad (NASDAQ: AAPL) users' email addresses and device IDs--including those of White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, military

Flash, iOS, Chrome OS: The new platform war

What do Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE), Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) have in common? Well, whether you are aware of it or not, all three companies are striving to dominate the platforms that

Hulu poised to debut premium service on iPad, Xbox

Streaming video site Hulu is reportedly on the cusp of introducing a premium service optimized for consumer device platforms including Apple's iPad tablet and Microsoft's Xbox gaming system. Citing

Apple unveils iPhone 4

It's finally here. Apple introduced the next generation of the iPhone, the iPhone 4, during the company's Worldwide Developers conference in San Francisco. New features of the device include a

Steve Ballmer: The iPad will not replace the PC

With the buzz over the success of the iPad (NASDAQ: AAPL), it is inevitable that some people will start talking of it as a potential PC replacement. Speaking at the Wall Street Journal's D8

Apple purging widget applications from App Store

Apple is deleting widget applications from its App Store, fueling speculation it will incorporate homescreen widgets into its forthcoming iPhone OS 4.0 upgrade. According to developer Russell

Apple's Pages tops iPad application sales

Apple's Pages productivity application is the App Store's top-selling premium application for the iPad tablet for the month of April, according to a new report issued by app store analytics firm

It's Apple vs. Google vs. Windows in the burgeoning tablet market

Now that Google's (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android OS is giving Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone some stiff competition, the search giant appears to be setting its sights on Apple's iPad to become a dominate OS

Jobs: Apple 'not going to make a lot of money' on iAd

Apple is "not going to make a lot of money" on its upcoming iAd mobile advertising network according to CEO Steve Jobs, who contends the effort is instead designed to improve the financial fortunes

Reactions to new Adobe digital viewer vary

Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE) released a magazine digital viewer technology for use on the iPad (NASDAQ: AAPL) this week. This is the same viewer that Wired used in its iPad application released last week.