iPad apps start off pricier than iPhone apps

The initial round of iPad apps will cost more than comparable apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch, say developers.

iPad sales could pass 7 million units this year

Apple could sell 7.1 million iPads this year and triple that amount by 2012, according to a forecast from market researcher iSuppli.

Solyndra auditors cast doubt over solar upstart

A financial audit casts doubt over the company's financial picture, which could make it harder for Solyndra to raise money by going public as planned.

Plants vs. Zombies for iPad gets hot and buttered

iPad owners aren't just getting a much larger version of PopCap's Plants vs. Zombies. They're getting a much fuller game--but at a premium.

Big names unveil iPad apps

Netflix, Electronic Arts, and Marvel Comics are just a few of the vendors debuting iPad apps in time for Saturday's launch of the tablet.

iPad apps rush to market (images)

A day ahead of the Apple tablets launch, the apps are coming fast and furious from Netflix, EA, Yahoo, The New York Times, and others.

Week in review: Apple's latest harvest

Apple readies the launch of its iPad tablet while rumors spread that a Verizon iPhone is in the works. Also: an online privacy overhaul.

U.S. cracks down on vehicle emissions

EPA and Department of Transportation finalize the first greenhouse gas emissions rules on automobiles and boost fuel efficiency standards.

Free NBA iPad app targets stats geeks

The first application for iPad from the NBA is free and intended to be a companion for watching the playoffs starting in a few weeks.

So you're buying an iPad...

The touch-screen tablet goes on sale Saturday morning. For those thinking about buying one, here are some details for the first sales day and beyond.

Prysm preps super-efficient laser phosphor TVs

Silicon Valley start-up will edge into commercial display market with laser phosphor display, which offers good image quality and a power efficiency boost.

UPS turns data analysis into big savings

Package delivery giant is saving millions in dollars and gallons of fuel by applying complex data analysis to info coming daily from its trucks.

Mozilla fixes security hole with Firefox 3.6.3

The new browser version, released just over a week after Firefox 3.6.2, fixes another critical vulnerability in the open-source browser.

Pixar's 'Toy Story 3' a very big winner

The third installment of its original franchise doesn't come out until June 18. But an advance screening at Pixar's headquarters shows that the studio is still very much on top of its game.

The math that defines how Web rumors fly

Italian mathematicians create an equation that claims to define the speed and power with which gossip spreads across the Web. They have yet to test it on celebrity tittle-tattle.

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