The Amazon Kindle Fire, due out in November, is already selling extremely well, according to a new report.
iPhone 4S fills in many of the holes that left Apple's line vulnerable to the competition. However, the iPhone 4S adds few truly new features.
The Kindle Fire may not be an iPad-killer. But it will certainly change the tablet landscape.
Samsung trots the Galaxy Tab 8.9, in 16GB and 32GB flavors. But Samsung has also drawn Apple’s ire – and that might affect its ability to do business.
In all likelihood, Amazon’s hotly anticipated press conference scheduled for Sept. 28 in New York will introduce its latest weapon in the tablet wars: the Amazon Kindle tablet. The new entrant in the tablet world promises to shake up the industry and threaten Apple iPad’s dominance. Rumors have been circulating for months about the Amazon Kindle tablet. Here’s what sleuthing techies have discovered so far:
The Sony Tablet P and Tablet S debuted at the IFA in Berlin this week.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs resigned Wednesday. Jobs will stay on as Apple board chairman as Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook takes over as chief executive running Apple.
Apple's iPad sales double. Asia sales nearly quadruple. Now, Apple rolls out the new MacBook Air.
The social-networking phenomenon is urging women to tear their clothes off for Vladimir Putin. It's part of a bizarre range of PR activities rushing into a vacuum of real political competition.