A recent survey from Brainshark of 1,300 iPad owners reveals just how devoted many of them are to their tablet devices.
T-Mobile USA has announced that its new, No Annual Contract mobile broadband service will debut May 20. Here’s the new prices:
As we suspected Apple has officially unveiled its new iPad, which goes on sale Friday, March 16 from the Apple Store or via carriers AT&T and Verizon in the US.
Apple’s iPad 3 is expected to be launched on March 7.
The latest research from Strategy Analytics shows that Android powered tablets leaped to a 39 percent share of the global market, closing the gap on Apple’s iPad which remained the leader with around 58 per cent of the market.
Gazelle recently announced the results of its slightly unscientific survey of CES show-floor attendees. The survey aimed to find out if there was a correlation between one’s level of optimism and the smartphone or tablet one owns.
IT analysts Gartner have recently revealed their top forecasts for IT organizations and users in 2012 and beyond. They have highlighted what they believe are the emerging trends that will help industry leaders to align their business practices with the needs of customers and business partners.
Research In Motion (RIM) has announced a free software upgrade for its PlayBook tablet operating system to BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0. The update will be available as a free download for all BlackBerry PlayBook users
Amazon’s Price Check app allows shoppers find the lowest price. The Price Check app is available for iPhone and Android and can be downloaded for free from the Amazon Appstore, Android Market and App Store for iPhone.
AT&T has announced that it will sell Amazon’s Kindle Touch 3G from next week priced at $149. Amazon’s Kindle is the No. 1 bestselling e-reader in the world with an easy-to-use touch screen that makes it simple to turn pages, search, shop, and take notes.