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And Microsoft's Surface RT falls firmly in the middle.
A pair of reliable reporters say that Apple will hold an event October 22 to unveil new iPads, and maybe also OS X Mavericks and the new Mac Pro.
Good news! Microsoft's bringing Office to the iPad. Bad news: It won't be for a while.
The two sides Friday filed a joint pretrial statement and lists of potential witnesses they may call.
This week's roundup features new and old ways of gaming on your iOS device. Like sports, adventures, dieting cats? We've probably got something for your tastes.
When 340 high school students figured out how to remove mobile device management software from their iPads, they did more than gain access to social networks and banned websites. They exposed what can go wrong with Apple's approach to supporting companies and schools looking to deploy and manage thousands of iPads.
You'd still have to put your tray table up.
Major League Baseball is making its fan experience hyperlocal with indoor mapping iOS 7 features.
iOS 7's Activation Lock makes it easier to keep would-be thieves out of your iPhone and iPad. Can it reduce crime, too?
Angry Birds Star Wars II is out. Should we tell you about other apps, or do you already know how you're spending all your waking hours this week?
Loaded with more pixels than you'll know what to do with, the new Fire tablets also include 'X-Ray' features for second-screen TV viewing and a 'Mayday' button for real-time video tech support.
The Apple TV 6.0 update is back, hopefully with 100-percent less bricking. And Apple's got a walkthrough of a feature that lets you set up the set-top box using nothing more than your iOS device.
A bug in iOS 7 lets you get to a user's photos, contacts, and even social networking without having to enter an unlock code. Apple plans to patch the vulnerability in a future release.