Research in Motion will launch its 4G LTE-powered tablet on August 9.
You know what would make the Blackberry Playbook be, well, not so terrible?
The version of the Playbook that was such a flop RIM could barely even give them away for free, is no more.
There's a new report out that Research in Motion is working on a 4G LTE-powered Playbook tablet.
After gaining a lot of controversy, RIM says it will not disable Android app side-loading for the Playbook tablet.
The ability to load any practically any Android app on the Blackberry Playbook is about to be axed.
The mainstream tablet market is currently limited to two primary operating systems: Android and iOS.
Research in Motion has just launched what it hopes will be a jolt to its fledgling Playbook tablet device.
The Playbook has been so underwhelming that some have quipped that Research in Motion "couldn't even give them away."
Although the flagship Playbook tablet has been a commercial flop, RIM wants to keep the brand alive.
Research in Motion chose CES to be the launching pad for the new version of its Playbook tablet OS.
Every single Playbook model, from the 16 GB version to the one with 64 GB, are now officially priced at $299.
Apparently there's a group of criminals who weren't skilled enough to nab a bunch of iPads.
If you needed to see another nail in Research in Motion's coffin, how about news that the company is delaying its big software upgrade?
Research in Motion (RIM) has confirmed that lackluster PlayBook tablet sales forced the company to take a $485 million charge.
Three hackers say they've been able to crack Research In Motion's much-vaunted security to run unauthorized applications on the PlayBook tablet.
The TouchPad didn’t fly off store shelves until Hewlett Packard (HP) slashed the price of the webOS tablet to $99.
Despite slashing prices by at least $200 in the US, Research in Motion is having trouble convincing people to buy its flagship Blackberry tablet.
The firmware update that will bring many features to the Blackberry Playbook that critics say should have been included in the first place, has been delayed to next year.
A RIM spokesperson has denied that the moribund BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will soon be discontinued.