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Earlier today photos of a 10" PlayBook and a 4G-capable version of the current 7" PlayBook appeared on a Vietnamese forum. Is BlackBerry 10 OS ready? Make the jump to see a few pics of the tablet.
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins has confirmed that a new version of its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is in the works that will have 4G wireless connectivity support. It's due out before the end of 2012.
Research In Motion announces a massive shake-up, abandoning the consumer space to focus exclusively on business and enterprise products, amid falling revenues and multiple executive departures.
Research in Motion have started a new campaign to increase the available apps for the BlackBerry Playbook tablet, aiming to give each and every developer who submits an app a free 16GB model.
RIM's share price is still sliding, despite its long-overdue change in senior management - but will leaked details of its leaner, more focused product range help to renew confidence in the company?
For the second time in three months, RIM has cut the prices of its struggling BlackBerry tablet range in the UK, with the entry level 16GB model starting at £169 - even cheaper than in the US.
After a catastrophic year in which the company lost almost 80% of its share value, RIM's board of directors looks set to finally remove Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis as its co-chairmen.
Research in Motion is now giving away its poor selling Blackberry Playbook tablet to business customers who purchase the company's BlackBerry Enterprise Server product.
A new report from the NPD Group claims that so far in 2011, only 1.2 million tablet devices not made by Apple have been sold, showing that the rest of the tablet industry is well behind the iPad.
If you have been waiting to get your hands on a Blackberry Playbook, the time is now. Best Buy Canada is now selling the device for as low as $199.99, a $300 savings.
A developer who works at Adobe offers up a lot more information about why the decision was made to stop future development of Flash Player for Google's Android operating system.
Adobe has released the final major update, 11.1, for its Flash Player software for Android and Playbook platforms, although Adobe has said the company plans to release additional security updates.
Despite Adobe announcing yesterday they would halt active development of the mobile Flash plugin, licensees such as RIM are still forging ahead with updating Flash on their platforms.
As RIM's share price continues to fall, the company has shared some some information on its next-gen BBX smartphones - although it's anyone's guess if RIM will be around long enough to release them.
If you've got an Android or PlayBook device, enjoy mobile Flash content while you can, as the company plans to discontinue development of mobile Flash plugins.
BlackBerry's owner has had a terrible year - and it's not over yet. RIM's share value dropped below a significant barrier this week, one which may signal an irreversible decline for the company.
Research in Motion is giving businesses a new deal on its struggling Blackberry Playbook, offering a "buy two, get one free" deal along with free accessories for the tablet device.
Research in Motion's struggling Blackberry Playbook tablet will add support for Android app developers to port their creations to run on the device in a new OS update.
Best Buy has announced that starting today it is selling the 7-inch Android powerd HTC Flyer tablet for just $299.99, a $200 price cut. It's the latest evidence that a tablet price war is underway.
Research in Motion's stock price took a nose dive on Friday, plunging 19 percent after the company announced a big drop in its profits and poor sales of its Blackberry Playbook tablet.
Sprint has revealed it has canceled plans to release a version of RIM's Blackberry Playbook tablet that would use Sprint's 4G WiMax wireless network.
Even as RIM launches its new Blackberry phones, the next smartphone from the company that will support the QNX operating system is rumored to launch in the first quarter of 2012.
Research in Motion, the makers of the once popular Blackberry smartphone and more recently the Blackberry Playbook tablet, has announced that it will lay off about 2,000 of its employees. A press release from the...
The BlackBerry PlayBook hasn’t exactly captured the hearts and minds of the market since its rather lacklustre sales debut earlier this year. Even die-hard BlackBerry fans admitted that it’s not the 'complete package' that tablet...
The Blackberry Playbook from Research in Motion may have just launched but now the company is already dealing with a recall that will affect 1,000 units of its new tablet device. The Wall Street Journal...
In all fairness to Facebook, you could use a tablets' browser -- which, for the time being, is mostly Webkit-based -- and access Facebook just as you would on a computer. But sometimes, native code...
The BlackBerry PlayBook is RIM's entry into the burgeoning tablet market that is currently dominated by Apple. It faces a stiff competition from the iPad and the various Android tablets that are just now coming...
The recently released BlackBerry PlayBook brings another contender to the Apple iPad. Throughout this review we'll look at how the tablet stacks up against its biggest competitor, the iPad. We'll also be looking at all...
When we had a quick hands-on with Research in Motion's PlayBook back in CES 2011, it looked really impressive. Smooth multitasking with a lightweight body, a dual core processor, and plenty of RAM - it...
RIM today revealed expanded application support for its upcoming Blackberry Playbook tablet. With two "app players" available from the online App World, the tablet will be capable of running Blackberry Java and Android 2.3 apps,...
Research In Motion (RIM) has announced a release date and pricing for their very own tablet. The BlackBerry PlayBook will launch on April 19, 2011 in both Canada and the United States with a starting...
Research In Motion is still working on its next big product, the BlackBerry PlayBook. One of the more impressive tablets shown off at CES2011 this year, was the PlayBook. When Neowin got a hands-on look at...
Every CES seems to have a theme, the focus for last year was on 3DTVs, this year seems to be tablets. With almost every company attempting to cash in on Apple's successful iPad, the market...
RIM's entrance to tablet computing, the PlayBook, has created a bit of a stir in the tablet world as users and developers anxiously awaited for what the device could bring. For developers, RIM has sweetened...
Research In Motion announced they would be entering the tablet computer market for the first time to rival Apple, who currently holds 95% of the market for tablet computers. Buisnessweek said today that RIM would...
Research in Motion announced their much rumoured BlackBerry tablet device today, the PlayBook. The device features a 1Ghz dual core processor, 1GB RAM and a 7" screen. The PlayBook will not run on RIM's BlackBerry OS...
Sun Microsystems this week will take the covers off its long-hyped Project Orion and Project Mad Hatter at the SunNetwork conference in San Francisco. To strengthen its position as a serious enterprise software player, the...