Also inside: Apple climbs to unprecedented heights, Lenovo jumps the gun, and Motorola Mobility suffers Google cuts.
Also inside: Every tablet manufacturer puts up record sales figures in Q2 2012, and rumoured release dates are nearing.
Also inside: The Daily appears to falter, Microsoft posts its first-ever quarterly loss, and QC questions over Google's Nexus 7.
A week of stories about big companies making moves with high-end apps serves as a reminder of the real selling point for most tablets.
And three reasons why a smaller version of the iPad just might work. Plus this week's winner and loser in the tablet world.
Also inside: Is this the end of RIM as we know it, and what happens next with Windows 8 tablets? Oh, and kudos to Asus...
Also Inside: Apple plays it safe at WWDC, and sets the table for mobile integration at the desktop/laptop level.
Also inside: Googles acquisition of Quickoffice may force Microsofts hand on Office for iPad, plus Xbox SmartGlass announcement.
The tablet comes of age? Also inside: Cisco bids sayonara to the Cius and Yahoo does the same with Livestand.