The iPad 4 with retina display will be Apple's new entry-level tablet in South Africa.
Apple has paid $60-million to settle a dispute in China over ownership of the iPad name, removing a potential obstacle to sales in the Chinese market.
Apple's iPad outmuscled its Android-powered tablet computer rivals in early 2012, in a global market suffering from post-holiday hangover.
Far from killing off printing, the rise of mobile devices and apps may just turn out to be its saving grace.
Pupils from various schools have told the M&G iPads assist the learning process by making it more interactive.
Apple's newest iPad looks like another hot seller as hundreds lined up at stores around the world to get their hands on the tablet.
Apple has unveiled a new iPad and an updated Apple TV box -- its first new products since co-founder Steve Jobs passed away last year.
Apple lost the legal battle it has been waging against a Taiwan-owned company it accused of illegally using its iPad trademark.
After trailing behind in the smartphone race, Nokia plans to take on Apple's iPad next year with its own tablet, running Microsoft's Windows software.
The Mail & Guardian has launched its iPad edition, downloadable from the Apple store.
Amazon.com took the wraps off its long-awaited "Kindle Fire" on Wednesday, tacking on a mass market-friendly $199 price tag.
Amazon's challenger to Apple's iPad will be called the Kindle Fire, technology website TechCrunch reported on Monday.
Intel has said computer makers Lenovo, Asustek and Acer will launch its new lightweight notebook PCs -- known as Ultrabooks -- at the end of May.
Independent newspaper the Daily Maverick has unveiled iMaverick, SA's first daily newspaper specifically designed for the iPad.
Sony, a laggard in the tablet market, unveiled its first tablet computers in an attempt to grab second place in the market from Apple's iPad.
Apple has sued Samsung Electronics, saying the company's Galaxy line of smartphones and tablet computers copy Apple's popular iPad and iPhone.
The tablet computer market is heating up with new entrants all the time, but Apple's iPad will remain the top device over the next few years.
Parents whose hectic schedules mean they can't be at home when their children go to bed can now buy an app to read to them.
A friend recently went to a business meeting. He prepared by pulling his laptop out of his bag. The clients responded by taking out their iPads.
Hundreds of customers queued outside Apple stores in Asia and Europe to buy an iPad 2 tablet computer amid fears of shortages.