A survey of over 1000 US and UK users found the Kindle scored strongly over the iPad as an e-reader. The survey also found demand remains for the trusty paperback, although many consumers are now going digital for their holiday reads.
Philips is launching a new global online-only comedy series ‘Nigel and Victoria’ to preview a series of new lifestyle products that includes iPad accessories, a solar rechargeable power pack, and different types of headphones.
Samsung has unveiled its rival to the iPad with the Samsung Galaxy Tab, a new tablet PC using Google’s Android operating system.
Pan-European integrated marketing and technology company, Amaze, has successfully launched an iPad application for premium car manufacturer, Lexus.
Frank Lord, VP EMEA, ATG outlines his thoughts on how the iPad is set to impact the UK retail sector
Online sports betting company Betfair has launched , its betting exchange iPad app, the first betting application available through the App Store.
More people under the age of 45 would buy Apple’s iPad tablet computer because it looks good, rather than for its technical capabilities according to research commissioned by consumer site Broadband Expert.
Fashion and culture magazine Dazed & Confused is launching its free iPhone and iPad app this week.
People in China watch half as much television each day as Americans, but they are more likely to catch video on computer or mobile phones, according to new research.