Roughly a month after Apple introduced its iPad tablet, male users outnumber females by a two to one ratio, according to digital services giant Yahoo. While men make up 51 percent of all Yahoo users
Tablet computers have long sat in a nebulous part of the enterprise. But the robust sales numbers for the iPad, reported by Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) this week, and the many man-on-the-street interviews
Mobile devices have exploded in the last couple of years. Whether we are talking about the wide-spread proliferation of cheaper smartphones, the new iPad (and the upcoming line of wannabes) or even
Apple announced sales of its iPad tablet surpassed the 1 million benchmark on Apr. 30, four weeks after the device first went on sale in the U.S. and less than half of the 74 days required to sell
In an unusual move, Steve Jobs has fired publicly back at Adobe's (NASDAQ: ADBE) complaint about Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) rejection of its Flash plug-in on the iPhone and iPad platforms. Interestingly,
It's official: Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) has shelved a project to create a tablet-style, dual screen device that could be used for productivity or entertainment. Codenamed Courier, it had industry
Apple's App Store has grown to include 4,870 applications optimized for the iPad since the tablet device first hit stores on April 3, according to new data issued by app store analytics firm Distimo.
At this week's Interop trade show, RADVISION is unveiling its new SCOPIA XT1000 high definition video conferencing room system as well as a video conferencing control and management app for the iPad.
Technology journal Wired reports that less than a month after Apple introduced its iPad, the new tablet device already accounts for 26 percent of mobile traffic to its website. Mobile devices make up
Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE) has confirmed that it will halt development of its Flash-to-iPhone tool that was introduced with the launch of its Creative Suite 5 just last week. The situation boiled down to