In the latest rumor about the name of the new Apple tablet, the name iGuide surfaces as a possibility. Could this really be it?
Amidst all the excitement about the possible entry of Apple into the tablet market, let's consider what is truly known, as opposed to speculated, about the new product.
The rumor mill has produced some evidence of a possibility that the new Apple tablet, to be unveiled January 27, might be called the iPad.
More intrigue arises around Apple's widely rumored tablet. The latest: it may be dubbed iSlate, according to information uncovered by MacRumors.com.
Lingering questions about who actually owned the iPhone5.com domain, following a decision by the The World Intellectual Property Organization, have been answered.
The still hypothetical device will be a 10-or-so-inch tablet PC with a full Mac OS X operating system; or it will merely be a larger-screen version of the current iPod Touch.
We scope out some of the best and some of the worst rumors leading up to Wednesday's expected Apple tablet release.
Less than a week before Apple is expected to announce a much-anticipated tablet, Amazon takes its first steps toward letting developers build applications for its e-reader.
Apple's iPad made its debut two years ago today. CNET takes a look back at its origins, its successes, and what's rumored to be coming next.
Upon the release of Apple's update to Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6.2, a noticeable lack of support for Intel's Atom processor was uncovered.