According to a recent report from the Wall Street Journal, Google is currently working on a video game console that will run off of the Android operating systems because it is reacting to plans by Apple.
Yesterday, Apple added a new page to their website that is specifically designed to promote the use of iOS 7 in the business world. It highlights features intended for enterprise use.
American Airlines has it became the first major commercial airline to add tablets to its entire fleet.
According to a recent study by Gartner, shipments of desktops and laptop PC's will drop 10.6 percent by the end of the year. That is compared to the tablet market which will see shipments grow by 67.9 percent.
The use of Apple products in the enterprise has been an interesting conversation for some time.
According to a report from Bloomberg, there are rumblings, that an Apple trade-in program could be in the works and be rolled out this summer.
According to a report from the LA Times, the deal was approved by the district school board by a 6-0 vote. It will see Apple supplying roughly 35,000 tablets to 47 LAUSD schools.
According to a recent study by Pew Internet Center, 34 percent of American adults ages 18 and over currently own a tablet device.
Leading up to this week's Worldwide Developers Conference, there was much speculation about what to expect and many of the final prediction lists proved to be accurate.
While iOS 7, OS X Mavericks and the new Mac Pro were the main headline grabbers from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, there were several other upgrades and new products or services that have people talking.