The iPad is a gadget success because many people could not imagine a world without it, industry experts have said as the device marks its 10th anniversary.
Apple has debuted a new mid-tier iPad with a larger screen and introduced the first iPad mini update since 2015.
The global tablet market is still dominated by Apple’s iPad, but there are two gaps that Huawei, and other manufacturers such as Amazon.com and Samsung, are looking to fill: the sub-10-inch tablet and budget markets. With the MediaPad, Huawei hopes to address
Android tablets may be improving and Windows 8 slates are on the horizon. But there’s still only one real game in town in the tablet computer market: Apple’s iconic iPad. The new one — the third generation, but don’t call it the iPad 3 — ups the bar to which Apple’s rivals are going to have to measure up
Core Group, which distributes Apple products in SA, has slashed the price of the first-generation iPad. The price cuts are in line with reduced prices internationally following the announcement
With Rupert Murdoch’s iPad-only newspaper, The Daily, set to debut this week and Richard Branson’s iPad magazine, Project, already on its second edition, SA media houses are revving up to provide their own tablet editions
The must-have gadget of the past year, Apple’s iPad tablet computer, is finally going on sale in SA. Core Group, Apple’s distributor, has confirmed the machine will be available from Friday, starting at R4 399
Motorola this week unveiled its iPad rival, the Xoom, at the CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas. The new tablet, which is the first to use the Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” operating system
The Samsung Galaxy Tab has been hailed as the only serious competitor to Apple’s popular iPad currently available in SA. And, although the iPad is still the tablet of choice for most people, Samsung has created a device that does
Worldwide sales of network-connected e-readers are forecast to reach 6,6m units in 2010, up 79,8% from 2009 sales of 3,6m units, says research firm Gartner. That growth will continue into next