Apple Mum On iPad Sales
Apple didn't disclose first weekend sales figures for the iPad Air, but analysts suggest strong adoption.
Dell Goes Private: 8 Things To Expect
Dell CEO Michael Dell took the company private to gain more independence from Wall Street investors. Now that the buyout's cleared, what moves can customers expect?
6 Tips For Financing BYOD Workplaces
IT pros aren't the only ones facing headaches over bring-your-own-device policies. Financing the mobile workplace comes with its own set of challenges.
Google Nexus 5: Pros And Cons
Google's latest plain-vanilla Android handset is impressive, but not perfect. Here are pluses and minuses of the Nexus 5 smartphone.
Apple iPad Air Hits Stores
Apple's latest tablet is now available at Apple, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart stores, starting at $499.
Android Tablets Gain On iPad
No new iPads throughout most of 2013 means Apple's share of the tablet market has dipped below 30% -- its lowest ever.
Dell Seals Deal To Go Private
Michael Dell's bid to take his company private is finally complete. But now that the deal's done, what will Dell do to compete?
When Smartphones Do Dumb Things
Mobile health apps are slowly revolutionizing patient care, but occasionally the revolution takes a left turn into lunacy and feeds a hypochondriac's worst fears.
Why HealthCare.gov Failed
Experts say a lack of consumer-centric development and user testing led to the disastrous rollout of the government's Obamacare portal.
Woz Doesn't Like New iPads
Apple's co-founder wasn't wowed by the new tablets, and Microsoft doesn't think they're good enough for mobile professionals.