Speaking at a media debate in Sydney, Australia this week, Rupert Murdoch has called Apple's iPad "a perfect platform" for up-to-date news content.
Apple's iPad is being used by UK troops training for Afghan operations.
A new website, iphonific.com, has launched showcasing photography taken using only a mobile phone.
The top of the range Apple iPad is the most popular with UK consumers according to new research from Twenga.
Apple's new London store, in the heart of Covent Garden, is near completion according to local reports, with a red velvet 'curtain' replacing anonymous white...
Metaio has launched its Unifeye Mobile Software Development Kit (SDK) 2.1 for iPhone, following Apple's approval process. Metaio says the new camera API access and gyroscope on the iPhone 4 has opened up the opportunity to do real augmented reality campaigns on the smartphone.
Apple will open its second flagship store in China this Saturday, the first since 2008.
Vopium has released a new version of the its application for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, which promises significant savings on international calls.
With Nike+ users reporting problems after upgrading to iOS 4, app maker Abvio says its fitness apps have been updated to run on Apple's new mobile OS.
Kyle Lambert has created a striking portrait of Beyonce to showcase the potential of Apple's iPad as a drawing and painting tool.
Elgato has announced a Special Edition of EyeTV 3.4 that offers a feature called a Vuvuzela Filter, designed to filter out the annoying drone heard at every World Cup match.
Elgato has updated its EyeTV App with support for the iPad.
Quark has unveiled its platform-indepent Digital Publishing 2.0 strategy, which promises to allow publishers to focus on creating content for the Web generation of digital devices.
Virgin could be the next UK mobile phone provider to offer Apple's new iPhone 4, when it goes on sale on 24 June.
A comic book adaptation of James Joyce's notoriously challenging epic Ulysses is now available on the iTunes App Store but only after Apple demanded cuts.