The supersized tablet could debut in early 2014, according to news site Korea Times. But why would Apple produce such a huge iPad?
If you know what this is and where it's located, you could win a prize in the CNET Road Trip Picture of the Week challenge.
The electronics giant has sent out invitations to an event next month in San Francisco, where it's expected to show off the next iPhones and a new Apple TV box.
Interactive Silicon announced on Monday it received a $12.9 million third round of funding, led by Castletop Capital--co-founded by former Dell Computer Vice Chairman Mort Topfer--and Techno Venture Management. Also participating were Austin Ventures, Band of Angels Fund, Convergent Investors, Dell, Dieckell Vermogensverwaltungs, Siemens Venture Capital and Technology Associates Management. Austin, Texas-based Interactive Silicon, which has raised a total of $19.4 million, is developing technology to compress data when accessing, transmitting or storing data. The company plans to initially target the server market when it launches its technology later this year. See complete list.
Software company Fenestrae received a $12.9 million first round of funding, the company announced Wednesday. Investors included Doughty Hanson & Co. Technology, Intel Capital and Kappa IT Ventures. Amsterdam-based Fenestrae develops software designed to allow mobile devices to communicate with corporate applications over the wireless networks. See complete list
Lumping the devices together, as Buzzfeed reports, could indicate Apple doesn't have huge changes in store.
The next iPad Mini could let you view and run two apps side-by-side, according to a resource file from the Safari 9 browser in Apple's upcoming El Capitan operating system.
An app developer shows an image that suggests the iPad keyboard could scale to larger screen sizes. Is this a hint that the much-rumored iPad Pro is on its way?
The resilience of physical video game sales highlights one of the industry's rarer roadblocks to an all-digital future.