With more than 100 million iPads sold over the last two and a half years, Apple isn't about to slow down, today announcing the new fourth-generation iPad with expanded support for 4G LTE around the world.
Ladies and gentlemen, introducing "the most beautiful Mac" Apple has ever made! At the San Jose media event, the folks in Cupertino have announced the company's latest iMac, which is impossibly thin and "stunning from every side."
It's that time again! Apple converged on the city of San Jose, California on Tuesday morning to kick off its "we've got a little more to show you" event where the company's key executives are expected to debut a roster of new products.
Last week, Google announced its own Android event on October 29, which directly competes with the long-planned Microsoft launch of Windows Phone 8 on the same day. Now the search giant is finding out karma is a… well, you know.
Last year, EyeTV maker Elgato introduced an iPad version of its DVB-T TV tuner at the IFA show, and the company is back this year with new models aimed at both the iPhone as well as supported Android devices with a micro-USB edition.
If you've got money to burn and are looking for maximum speed, you've likely ditched traditional hard drives for solid-state storage. But Western Digital wants you to take one more look at its shiny platters.
In a WWDC keynote address packed with new MacBooks and previews of both OS X Mountain Lion and iOS 6, Apple had little time to talk about a refresh to its $99 AirPort Express, which is now available for sale.
Apple is a bit tardy with new MacBook Pros, with rumors swirling that the beefed-up notebooks are going to become more like the MacBook Air, and at least one analyst predicting the death of the super-sized 17-inch model.