Lingering questions about who actually owned the iPhone5.com domain, following a decision by the The World Intellectual Property Organization, have been answered.
Like the Kindle app before it, Zinio may encourage iPhone and iPod Touch owners to read on the go. It may also play a big part in Apple's rumored tablet.
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.
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.
It's a name game between the iSlate, iTablet, iPad, or none of the above. Will Apple's tablet be able to dock? And the iPhone helps a man survive...really.
No, we don't have the new iPad/iSlate/iFail just yet, but we're crossing our fingers hoping for good news at tomorrow's Apple Event. CNET correspondent Natali Del Conte is already in San Francisco ready to cover the big announcement, and we're stoked that Jeff hosted Loaded today in her absence. Also, be sure to check out PRE-GAME, Jeff's newest video game show on CNETV starting next Tuesday, February 2.
Finally, the wait is over. We know just about everything there is to know about Apple's "magic" tablet, the iPad. So let's go over some of the rumors that led up to its release to see just how right, or wrong, they turned out to be.
We scope out some of the best and some of the worst rumors leading up to Wednesday's expected Apple tablet release.
This year a slew of companies, led by Apple, are trying once again to shove these odd little slates down our collective throats, but which of these devices is worth investing in?
Apple's iPad is here, ending months of hype, rumour and misdirection. We've seen it in action -- now let's cast a beady eye at what we didn't get...