It's usually not a good sign when retailers cut the price of a gadget that hasn't received an official price cut from the manufacturer.
Analyst group Gartner says the iPad will be the #1 tablet through 2014 but isn't clear what platform will take its place.
Taiwanese manufacturer Quanta Computer is being forced to lay off around 1,000 workers as RIM scales back on production of its flailing PlayBook tablet.
After sluggish sales and continuing steep drops in market share, there's only one thing can save the Blackberry Playbook.
This is not good news for the fate of the Blackberry brand.
The one device that seemed to bring a shimmer of hope back to Blackberry and company Research in Motion, just lost a big supporter.
What you are looking at here is what could very well be Research in Motion's last chance to prove its relevance in the smartphone market.
There is absolutely no truth to speculation that the WiFi version of the Blackberry Playbook is being canned, RIM says.
A prominent analyst believes the ailing Research in Motion (RIM) should be split into two parts: a phone business and a network operations division.
A lot of non-iPad tablets are finally starting to makes waves around the world, but a new study shows just how much of an uphill battle they face.
Unfazed by its recent Playbook recall in the US, Research in Motion has firmed up plans to release the device in the UK.
This is the last thing Research in Motion needs to have in the headlines.
Well, this comes as a complete shock! Yes, it seems as if Sprint is delaying the launch of RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook yet again.
Research in Motion is reportedly looking to super-size its recently launched Playbook tablet.
Blackberry's tablet is slated to get its own Facetime-like application.
Blackberry maker reportedly in talks with the online video service.
Projections show good news for the Blackberry tablet.
Don't bother buying a Playbook if you have an AT&T Blackberry.
Cut the ribbon and turn the page as Research in Motion's new chapter begins.
At an event last night, Research in Motion officially cut the ribbon on the much-discussed Playbook tablet.
It seems as if the folks at RIM are gearing up for a battle with Steve Jobs and his so-called "magical" iPad.