A Chinese woman walks past a sidewalk billboard advertising Apple's new iPad 2 in Beijing
A Chinese woman walks past a sidewalk billboard advertising Apple's new iPad 2 now on sale in Beijing on July 5, 2011. Despite the iPad 2 clone invasion in China's big cities, the real iPad 2 remains extremely popular in China. Apple is planning to open its fifth store in the country by the end of the year. Chinese vendors are reportedly purchasing iPad displays rejected by Apple to use in iPad clones. UPI/Stephen Shaver
While Apple is still selling millions of the iPad 2 tablet, speculation is already swirling about an iPad 3, tech industry observers say.
First- and second-year students at the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York are given an iPad 2 in place of course notes and books, school officials say.
U.S. technology giant Apple said it is recalling an unnamed number of iPad 2 tablets that have identical electronic serial numbers.
A Chinese 17-year-old says he used the money he made by selling one of his kidneys to buy an iPad 2 and a laptop computer.
A blast that killed three workers at a Chinese factory that assembles Apple's iPad 2 tablet computer may not affect the device's availability, an official said.
An explosion at a factory in southwestern China where the iPad 2 is manufactured killed two people Friday and injured 16, local officials said.
Apple said iPad production constraints that affected it last quarter have been "significantly improved" and availability of the in-demand tablet will improve.
A new U.S. company has been launched to design and field applications specifically for warfighters' mobile devices, touchscreens, laptops and smartphones.
Entrepreneurs are buying up iPad 2s at Apple's flagship store in Midtown Manhattan for resale at higher prices in China, customers and staff say.
U.S. producers paid 1.6 percent more for finished goods in February compared to January, the U.S. Labor Department said Wednesday.