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Pictures and specs: Apple's iPad

Apple today unveiled its latest effort, a tablet computer--dubbed iPad--geared to sit between a full-blown laptop and a smartphone. Apple's gadget will start at $499, and will begin shipping in

Apple unveils tablet, dubbed iPad, starting at $500

Apple's worst-kept secret is finally out in the open. Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the company's breathlessly anticipated new tablet device, called the iPad, at a media event in San Francisco. The

Keeping tabs on Apple's tablet

The tech world is breathlessly awaiting Apple's media event, where Apple CEO Steve Jobs will show off the company's "latest creation" (likely a new tablet device) at the Yerba Buena Center for the

Google launches Google Voice as iPhone web app

Google has brought its Google Voice service back as a web app, circumventing Apple's approval process in a move likely to fire up tensions between the rival companies.  

Strong iPhone sales boost Apple's Q1 profit

Apple has reported that its Q1 profit grew nearly 50% year-on-year to $3.38 billion, as iPhone sales doubled.   The company sold 8.7 million iPhones during the qua

Apple doubles iPhone sales in another record quarter

Apple reported its highest quarterly revenue and profit ever in its fiscal first quarter, and the company doubled sales of its popular iPhone, creating strong momentum ahead of the rumored unveiling

Rumor Mill: Is AT&T losing its iPhone hold this week?

AT&T Mobility may lose its exclusive grip on Apple's iPhone later this week when Apple is expected to unveil its tablet computer. According to a report in the New York Post, Apple will name

Bing could replace Google on iPhone: report

Apple is reportedly in talks with Microsoft to replace Google as the

Apple in talks with Euro celcos for iSlate partnership

Hoping to replicate the runaway success of the iPhone, Apple is reported to be talking to Orange, O2 and Vodafone about selling the iSlate tablet computer, which should become available in Europe in

Will Apple replace Google with Bing for iPhone's search?

Apple has been talking with Microsoft about using the company's Bing search engine as the default search option for the iPhone, displacing rival Google, according to a Bloomberg report, which cited