This week, Fortune released its famous list of 500 top corporate companies in the country for 2012.
The Apple iPad is one of the most popular tech products to have ever become available on the market, but what about its users? Are they happy with their Cupertino branded tablet
AppleInsider reports today on new figures from Chitika that show that Apple’s iPad has just seen its first increase in web traffic since last December, with iPads now making up 81.9% of US and Canadian tablet web traffic. This reverses the trend show in February’s figures from Chitika, whereby the iPad’s web traffic share had a small drop, from 81% to 80.5%. Also back in February, Amazon’s Kindle Fire, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, Google’s Nexus and Microsoft’s Surface tablet all showed small increases in web traffic for the December through to February period, leading some commentators at the time to venture that the tablet market could be becoming more competitive
Attachment 39091 Don’t own an iPad yet? If not, this might be the perfect time for you to start looking to buy one
iDownload Blog reports today that the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) looks set to let passengers use their iPads during takeoff and landing when flying. According to the report, it is expected to be announced by the end of 2013 that passengers can use their iPads, or other tablets, such as Kindles, during those crucial two periods in a flight, which you are currently not allowed to do.
Attachment 37598 It has been stated over and over again that the iPad is one of the most successful tech pieces to ever be put on the market to date.
Attachment 37359 This week, we reported that according to a new study, iPad sales in January seem to have dropped in big numbers. Now, according to the DigiTimes publication, Apple has apparently predicted it will sell more than 100 million tablets by the end of the year.
Amidst the constant talk of this or that new tablet being the next iPad killer, it seems that the iPad is still the favourite of consumers, at least according to a new survey from The Yankee Group, as reported on by AppleInsider. The survey polled 506 consumers, asking them what tablet brand they planned on buying
A new survey from Millennial Media, as reported on by iDownload Blog, finds that tablet use in the US continues to rise, spearheaded by Apple’s iPad and Samsung’s Android tablets. Apple continues to be far in the lead, with 58% of the market, with Android having 41%, and BlackBerry OS a tiny sliver of 1%
Great news for Apple today from Chitika via iDownload Blog, with the publication of Chitika’s latest web traffic figures, which take in January 2013, and which show that Apple’s iPad is back up to an 81% share of web traffic in the US and Canada, after a slight fall in the holiday period from 89% to 79%. Chitika’s data comes from many millions of devices that come into contact with its ad network, so it is usually pretty accurate.
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