Google is rolling out a revamped version of its popular Maps application for Apple's iOS, highlighted by dedicated support for the iPad tablet.
Apple and Square are partnering to sell docking stands that turn iPads into point-of-sale systems for retail stores beginning this week, 9 to 5 Mac is reporting.
Smile Brands has unveiled an HTML5-based app that enables dentist to use their iPad to streamline dental charting and avoid duplication of data entry, according to a report by eWeek.
Boston University wants a court to block sales of Apple's iPhone 5, iPad, and MacBook Air because it alleges that Apple infringed a patent held by one of its professors, the Boston Herald is reporting.
Two weeks after Apple launched the first beta version of its new iOS 7 mobile operating system, the company released beta version 2, which brings support for both the regular iPad tablet and its Mini counterpart. The first beta supported only the iPhone and iPod touch.
Rdio is opening up its fledgling Vdio streaming video service to all consumers in the U.S. and the U.K. Vdio access was previously limited to premium Rdio subscribers.
Microsoft is extending its signature Office productivity suite to Apple's iOS, enabling Office 365 subscribers to access, view and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents on the go.
While Apple's iPad represented 50 percent of all tablets shipped worldwide during the first quarter of 2013, Google's Android is poised to pull ahead of iOS in the months ahead, market intelligence firm ABI Research reports.
It's a foregone conclusion that tablets are going to supplant PCs sooner or later, but just how soon it's going to happen may surprise you. Tablet shipments are expected to grow 58.7 percent in 2013 to 229.3 million units, up from 144.5 million units a year ago, according to a new forecast from research firm IDC.
Tablet shipments are expected to grow 58.7 percent year-over-year in 2013 to reach 229.3 million units, up from 144.5 million units a year ago, according to a new forecast from research firm IDC. At the current rate of growth, tablet shipments are on pace to eclipse those of portable PCs by the end of 2013 and will surpass both desktop and portable PC shipments by 2015.