Have we been taking too many tablets?

It seems markets are reaching saturation point with growth in the category slowing to 28 per cent year-on-year in the fourth quarter – down from 87 per cent a year earlier. Read more

US politicians are swinging from Vines at President Obama for the first time in their reaction to last night’s State of the Union speech. Read more

The rollout of Apple’s iPhone by China Mobile to 300 cities this year is going to be slower than many analysts expected – contributing to its outlook disappointing on Monday and its shares falling more than 7 per cent at the open today.

But new estimates for the rollout of 4G services promise rich pickings for Apple later in 2014 and beyond. Read more

Apple doesn’t do down-market.

We’ve always known this about the premium device maker, but its first quarter results hammered home how this is becoming a problem for the iPhone creator. Read more

Are phablets more phabtastic now that Apple appears to be showing an interest?

The signs are that a product of unwieldy phone size and ugly monicker is winning at least some admirers. Read more

It was a skunkworks project that whiffed for Intel’s incoming chief executive.

Now the world’s biggest chipmaker has announced the sale of its nascent internet TV service to the communications-provider-with-big-TV-ambitions Verizon. Read more

We’re trying to beat the Wikipedia updates to the entries for Jimmy Wales and The People’s Operator with this news. Read more

The internet search startup, which went on to resemble a media company with its content services, is becoming all about the hardware these days. Read more

Apple’s App Store economy was worth more than $10bn last year, the maker of the iPhone said today, after a record-breaking December saw more than $1bn in sales and almost 3bn app downloads. Read more

How many people does it take to change an LED light bulb? Read more