Tag: Competition

Nope, just ‘iPad’

Last week, my Editor-in-Chief Joshua Schnell wrote an article about the hubbub made regarding Apple’s decision to name the new iPad, just iPad, not attaching...

The 3rd generation iPad — implications for gamers

A few hours ago Apple introduced the new iPad. Among all the improvements the device offers (check out our coverage here), the Retina display and...

Amazon targeting the iPad based on price in the latest Kindle ad

Amazon is directly targeting Apple’s iPad 2 with its latest Kindle ad. The main argument? Price. The ad goes like this: A man walks alongside...

German publishers are planning a competitor for Apple’s textbook initiative

According to a report by the German website heise.de, 27 educational publishers are preparing a joint textbook distribution platform, with plans to unveil an early...

RIM PlayBook to match Apple iPad 2 $499 price, available April 19

As Apple readies the next batch of iPad 2s for international release on Friday, RIM managed to sneak their PlayBook announcement under the wire yesterday....

Apple has 60% of global touch panel supply secured

According to a new article from DigiTimes, Apple has secured 60% of the world’s touch panel display capacity, thereby limiting its competitors’ supply. According to...

iPad rivals, where are you?

“To-Be-Shipped” still seems to be the staus on any iPad rivals. This means that the iPad is still the only device in its class, which...

AT&T rolling back upgrade eligibility on the eve of iPhone 4 announcement

With the possible announcement of a Verizon iPhone coming tomorrow, AT&T might be preparing for the competition by rolling back customers upgrade eligibility. In a...