Apple shares are plunging after the company reported quarterly results that point to growth slowing after five blowout years.
Lego bricks are getting cozy with the iPhone and other Apple devices in the latest incarnation of the Mindstorms robotics kit.
A Southwest Fort Worth church and school for special needs children is targeted by burglars not just once, but four times in the past month.
Apple said that people have downloaded more than 40 billion apps on for the iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch, nearly half of them in 2012.
It was too expensive. It lacked editorial focus. It was cut off from the internet. That’s the obituary being written about “The Daily,” the iPad newspaper that is being shut down.
The decision appears to be the first time that a comics publisher has made all its titles — not just graphic novels or collected editions — available for sale on iPads, Kindles and Nooks.
Apple said that it sold 3 million iPads of all kinds in the first three days it sold the new Mini model. Apple started selling the iPad Mini at $329.
Apple would certainly like you to believe that the iPad Mini is the best product on the shelf, but this spoof ad is quick to point out some of the device’s drawbacks.
Google is adding a few more gadgets to holiday shopping lists, including the latest in Google’s line of Nexus smartphones.
The Mansfield ISD is inviting parents back to class for some technology training. Students go to class Monday with district-issued iPads, and parents will learn about them Monday night.
Apple is refusing to compete on price with its rivals in the tablet market — it’s pricing its new, smaller iPad well above the competition.
Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.