Popular BlackBerry OS Articles for 2012
The BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 update brings the PlayBook much-needed native email, calendar and contacts apps, as well as a number of new features and UI enhancements. Does it make[...]
There simply weren't many "new" tablets at CES 2012. Cool concepts aside, we wanted to see the future of tablets at CES 2012, and instead we got re-releases and modest[...]
For a device marketed as an enterprise tablet built for productivity, it's amazing it has taken RIM a year to unveil the official tablet and Bluetooth keyboard combo in the[...]
There's no denying that tablets have become an integral part of many people's lives. Yet, as more business adopt bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approaches for employees, a new study takes a look[...]
Tep Wireless thinks they have a solution with the tep Wi-Fi hotspot.
RIM could be working on two new BlackBerry PlayBook models for 2012: a 7-inch 3G model and 10-inch LTE PlayBook.
Research in Motion released a minor update for the BlackBerry PlayBook 2.0 OS, providing minor improvements and bug fixes to the tablet.
AMD is looking at tablet processors, RIM is literally giving away PlayBooks and Sony had as many as four tablets in the works in 2011. Read about it all and[...]
Fujitsu, RIM and Acer made tablet news this week.
Steve Jobs declared that the iPad tablet would usher in the post-PC era, but he didn't give a date for it to happen. One analyst in Asia believes that may[...]
RIM has stopped production on the 16GB BlackBerry PlayBook and retailers will sell off existing stock.
Starting today, the PlayBook is going back on sale for a limited-time offer until February 11.
RIM is working hard on a BlackBerry PlayBook revamp for early 2012, which will include the BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 update in February and perhaps two new models.
Research in Motion confirmed recently that the BlackBerry 10 OS will be coming to the BlackBerry PlayBook in 2012.
RIM released the BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 earlier this year, and it's now apparently moving forward with version 2.1.
RIM has released an update to its tablet operating system, BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1, bringing with it a number of new enterprise features and minor tweaks.
RIM unveiled its new 4G LTE Blackberry PlayBook Tablet today. Faster than its predecessor, it will offer a suite of features geared at both work and play. It is set[...]
Today, Research in Motion released an enterprise service called BlackBerry Mobile Fusion that will allow companies to manage multiple types of devices from a single interface.
RIM is finally ready to make good on its BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 promise and detailed the specific improvements it will bring to its PlayBook tablet.
Samsung denies rumors that it has any interest in taking over Research in Motion or creating a BlackBerry 10 device. IBM could be showing an interest, however.