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Research in Motion has officially confirmed it will release a 4G version of its Blackberry Playbook and that it will make its debut in Canada on August 9th, with a release in the US later.
Research in Motion has confirmed it will no longer make the 16 GB version of the Blackberry Playbook, although it will still make the 32 GB and 64 GB versions of the tablet.
Research in Motion has announced that it has shipped over 500,000 units of its troubled Blackberry Playbook tablet in its last fiscal quarter, along with 11.1 million Blackberry smartphones.
Research in Motion has confirmed that Blackberry PlayBook owners will be able to upgrade their software to run the upcoming Blackberry 10 OS sometime after it is launched at the end of 2012.
Research in Motion has finally released the 2.0 version of the Blackberry Playbook tablet's operating system, adding a number of highly requested features to the OS.
Research in Motion is cutting prices again for the Blackberry Playbook tablet, with the 16 GB version down to $199, the 32 GB version down to $249 and the 64 GB version down to $299 until Feb. 11.
A shipment of Blackberry Playbook tablets, worth an estimated $1.7 million, was taken on Thursday in Indiana due to the entire tractor trailer with the tablets inside being stolen from a truck stop.
Research in Motion has announced that it will take a one time $485 million charge in its current fiscal quarter due to a write down of its Blackberry Playbook inventory.
Retailer Best Buy says it sold out of its supply of the Blackberry Playbook tablet but says it will get more in the future, contradicting earlier online reports that Best Buy was canceling orders.
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.
Research in Motion's Blackberry Playbook tablet, which has so far failed to make its sales estimates, now has its price cut down to just $199 for what RIM says is a "limited time".
Research in Motion has confirmed that it has delayed the release of the 2.0 version of the Blackberry Playbook operating system from late this year to sometime in February 2012.
A report from a financial analyst claims that Research in Motion has stopped production of the Blackberry Playbook. However RIM is already calling the report "pure fiction".
Research in Motion admitted today that it had only shipped 200,000 units of its Blackberry Playbook tablet in its last fiscal quarter, well below financial expectations.
The Blackberry Playbook tablet hasn't exactly been a huge sales success for its maker, Research in Motion. To help bring some new life to the tablet, the company is apparently planning to launch a long...
The Blackberry Playbook tablet won't be put up for sale today at a major UK retail store. Tablet Planet reports that retailer O2 has decided not to sell the new tablet device from Research in...