Apple has updated Siri to provide quotations that highlight the importance of clarity and being less long-winded any time someone decides to pose a question that it feels is too long.
A new hardware stand by Square featuring a built in credit card swiper has debuted, letting you convert your iPad into a full-fledged register.
Archos has announced a cooking oriented tablet called the ChefPad. It's a low end device that will be available in June. It will come with software that will help you find the best cooking oriented apps on the Play Store.
Amazon has launched its virtual currency, the Amazon Coin, with the goal of expanding the sale of their digital content. As a promotion, they’re giving $5 worth of coins to Kindle Fire customers.
Just a couple of days away from Google I/O, GottaBeMobile posts some impressive (and realistic) concept renders of unreleased Nexus devices made by designer Bob Freking.
Google's new gaming app named "Play Games" has been detailed. It will likely include game syncing, matchmaking and invite, scoring and leaderboards, as well as achievements. The app will be tied to Google+ in order to handle some of these functions.
Google CEO Larry Page has killed any plans to launch a physical credit card for Google's Wallet program leading up to their I/O event next week. The head of Google Wallet has also departed the company as a result of this fiasco.
After the unveiling of Samsung's third gen entry level Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, it is time to spill some news related to the higher end and much more premium Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 with (you guessed it right!) an 8 inch display and dual core processor onboard.
According to an analyst, Google's new Nexus 7 will pack a Qualcomm chipset and a high resolution display while retaining the affordable price tag. See what else our sources told us.
14 year old Gianna Chien has discovered that when held close to the chest, the magnets in iPad smart covers can turn off implanted defibrillators. This is worrisome for those who must turn theirs own manually after being shut off because it can then leave someone vulnerable.
The CEO of Pegatron has refuted a report by Bloomberg that iPad mini demand is falling, claiming that the journalist in question made up the story.
Apple product manufacturer Pegatron Electronics expects 25-30% lower sales in this quarter because of a decrease in demand for the iPad Mini.
It seems that new screenshots have appeared of Google Maps sporting a redesign that gets rid of the clutter and offers a more full screen experience.
The Time Warner app on Android will receive a hefty update on May 14 that will include access to over 4000 TV shows, improvements on the TV guide, and better compatibility across devices.
PhoneArena report that HTC is working on two new Windows enabled tablets. What makes them "special" is that they come with Windows RT Blue (ARM) instead of the regular x86 Windows 8 on board.
According to Asus CEO, Jerry Shen, the company will be releasing 7 inch Windows 8 tablets this year. Shen believes that the tablets, which will sell for around $300, will be able to compete with higher priced Windows 8 slates on the market right now.
There's some great news for B&N Nook HD and HD+ owners, Google is officially rolling out Play Store access for these otherwise app-deprived e-Reader cum tablet hybrids.
Acer'a latest Android powered tablet, the Iconia A1 has launched for a mouth watering price of $169.
For a brief period, you could find an 8.1 inch Windows 8 powered tablet made by Acer at Amazon.com before it was taken down quickly off the online retailer's website.
Wacom has announced the Cintiq 22HD Touch, the upgraded multi-touch version of its previous 21.5-inch pen tablet incarnation.