Apple may be seeing an army of rivals jumping into the tablet business, but the iPad is still largely standing by itself when it comes to the category of large premium products.
Last week's debut of the Nexus 5 smartphone -- and not a new Nexus 10 tablet -- suggests that Google is ceding the market for high-end tablets to Apple as it focuses on budget-friendly mobile devices. If nothing else, it knocks out the iPad's biggest competitor.
The Nexus 10 was supposed to take on the larger iPad with updated software, super-crisp display, and faster processor. CNET … Read more