Apple introduced the iPad mini on Tuesday, confident that a smaller version of its beloved tablet computer will trump lower-priced offerings by rivals Amazon, Google and Samsung.
Apple on Tuesday is expected to pull back the curtain on a "mini" version of its iPad to battle Amazon and Google in the hot, crowded arena of tablet computers with smaller screens.
A voice calls application called MindMeld to be available this month promises to know what iPad users want before they do.
US technology giant Apple is in talks to license music for broadcast on a custom online radio service modeled after Pandora.
A top Samsung executive testified Monday that he found "very offensive" the suggestion that the South Korean gadget giant ripped-off Apple's market-leading mobile iPhone and iPad devices.
Robb Myer cannot stomach the notion of being stuck at the entrance of a restaurant waiting for word that a table is finally available.
South Korea's Samsung won a patent battle Monday against US rival Apple, with a British judge ruling that Samsung's Galaxy tablet was not "cool" enough to be confused with Apple's iPad.
US technology giant Apple has paid a Chinese firm $60 million to settle a long-running dispute over the iPad trademark in China.
School children in Kazakhstan will be provided with tablet computers by 2020: Kazakhstan Education Minister Bakytzhan Zhumagulov.
The application was presented on September 14 at Digital Communications Kazakhstan 2011 conference in Astana.
Kazakhstan Prime-Minister Karim Massimov surfs the Internet with iPad.
According to the web site, the app is available in Kazakh, Russian and English languages.
Kazakhstan schools will get 300 laptops and 300 tablet computers as part of a pilot project. If the project proves its worth 926 schools will get the devices in 2013.